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    Nov122013

    Shoppers Drug Mart Releases Third Quarter Results

    Third Quarter Year-Over-Year Highlights

    • Sales increase of 2.4% to $3.287 billion
      • Same-store increase of 2.2%
    • Pharmacy sales increase of 2.7% to $1.582 billion
      • Same-store increase of 1.8%
    • Retail prescription count increase of 5.3%
      • Same-store increase of 4.1%
    • Front store sales increase of 2.2% to $1.705 billion
      • Same-store increase of 2.4%
    • Net earnings per share of $0.83, an increase of 2.5%
      • Adjusted net earnings per share of $0.88, an increase of 3.5% compared to adjusted net earnings per share of $0.85

    Year-to-Date Highlights

    • Sales increase of 3.1% to $8.311 billion
      • Same-store increase of 2.2%
    • Pharmacy sales increase of 3.0% to $3.996 billion
      • Same-store increase of 1.6%
    • Retail prescription count increase of 6.4%
      • Same-store increase of 4.8%
    • Front store sales increase of 3.2% to $4.315 billion
      • Same-store increase of 2.7%
    • Net earnings per share of $2.14, an increase of 3.9%
      • Adjusted net earnings per share of $2.19, an increase of 2.8% compared to adjusted net earnings per share of $2.13

    The report can be found in its entirety here.

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