Shares of Dollar General are lower after posting quarterly results which missed forecasts on both the top and bottom line and issued guidance for the current quarter and full-year which are lower than what Wall Street was expecting. Despite the profit warning, Deutsche Bank reiterated its buy rating on the shares saying Dollar General is still a 'best-in-class retailer that has positive traffic, is gaining market share in consumables, managing core expenses well.'
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