Target Stock Sinks 20% on Earnings Miss, High Costs
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Like many Americans dealing with higher gas prices, Target is being hurt by bigger-than-expected fuel and freight costs this year.

Sales at the Minneapolis-based retailer increased in the most recent quarter as shoppers spent more on food and groceries and even luggage as they prepared to travel again, but supply-chain costs and inflationary pressures cut into profits. Like Walmart Inc., its larger rival, Target reported quarterly earnings that missed Wall Street’s forecasts.

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