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Analyst Opinion on Chico's FAS Inc. and Limited Brands Inc. - Positive Retail Figures Good for Apparel Stores but Sandy Could Dent Holiday Spending

LONDON -- (Marketwire) -- 11/09/12 -- October is typically a slow month for retailers, including apparel stores such as Chico's FAS Inc. and Limited Brands Inc., as the back-to-school season is long gone and the holiday frenzy has yet to take hold. The presidential election could have constituted a major distraction this year, but major chains recently posted a solid 2.7 percent year-over-year improvement in retail sales in October.

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