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off-price

(ôf′prīs′, ŏf′-)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or being a retail store that sells merchandise at prices lower than usual.
2. For sale at prices lower than usual: off-price assortments of women's clothing.
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Wells Fargo analyst Ike Boruchow raised his price target for Ross Stores to $116 from $104 and maintained an Outperform rating, saying that while the majority of retail continues to struggle, the off-price space continues to outperform.
Off-price retailer TJX Companies Inc (NYSE:TJX) reported second-quarter results Tuesday that were notable for EPS at the high end of guidance and comps that fell short of Street estimates.
Multichannel off-price retailer Sierra will open its new location in Frederick Saturday with a grand-opening celebration at the Riverview Plaza shopping center, 5425 Urbana Pike.
Dubai Festival City Mall, the leading destination for lifestyle, dining and entertainment, is welcoming the leading off-price retailer, Brands For Less, to its exceptional retail portfolio.
Macy's is bringing its off-price store to Metairie.
"Off-price is looking for great priced items for gifting in brands that the consumer identifies with and sees the price value.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 28, 2016-Warburg Pincus to Acquire Off-Price Retailer Gabriel Brothers
Off-price retailers will continue to take share from department stores, Moody's Investors Service believes.
(Nordstrom) at 'BBB+' given that it has a well-developed offering and footprint in the full price, off-price and online channels which should enable the company to generate mid-single digit top line growth over the intermediate term.
(NYSE: TJX) has closed its acquisition of Australian off-price retailer Trade Secret from Gazal Corp.
Sales at its off-price outlets are growing much faster as well, rising 15% in the most recent fiscal quarter, compared with a 3% increase at the traditional full-price stores.