Target's key Jan. revenue metric tops Wall Street

, The Associated Press


Discount retailer Target said a key revenue measure rose 3.1 percent in January as shoppers bought holiday clearance merchandise. The gain topped Wall Street expectations, and Target shares edged up 31 cents to $63 in premarket trading.

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