Ross Stores (RST) had a remarkable quarter with stronger than expected same stores growth, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer. He was less impressed with results from other retailers. On Gap (GPS) , Cramer says the results were disappointing, adding that "it's like they're working on a forty year plan to turn around." He also says the core business at Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) hasn't turned yet either based on its quarterly report. Next week Dollar Tree (DLTR) reports, and Cramer expects the company could get squeezed as consumers trade up.
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