Unfazed by comp declines, Dollar General eyes deeper expansion

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Dollar General’s comparable sales fell 1.4% in the fourth quarter and 2.8% for fiscal 2021 as the discounter lapped a year of extreme growth amid the pandemic in 2020.

“Like most retailers, Dollar General is facing pressures in the near-term from lapping the US government stimulus and elevated costs,” Telsey Advisory Group analysts led by Joe Feldman said in a research note. “That said, it appears the business should improve as the year progresses.”

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