Burlington Stores' (BURL) earnings report was a standout in the retail sector, with legitimate earnings and revenue beats, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer. Shares of Burlington Stores are jumping nearly 14% on Tuesday after the off-price retailer reported third-quarter results that topped analysts' expectations and lifted its full-year forecast. The Burlington, N.J.-based company posted adjusted earnings of 51 cents per share, handily beating analysts' estimates of 33 cents per share. Revenue climbed 9.1% to $1.34 billion year-over-year, while analysts had projected $1.32 billion. Comparable-store sales rose 3.7%, better than analysts' expectations for growth of 3.3%.
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