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CarMax Reports Higher Sales, Revenue

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CarMax Inc. reported higher sales and revenue for the second quarter ended Aug. 31.

Net sales and operating revenues increased 2.9 percent to $4 billion.

Used unit sales in comparable stores increased 3.1 percent.

Total used unit sales rose 7 percent.

Total wholesale unit sales declined 1.3 percent.

CarMax Auto Finance income declined 2.4 percent to $96 million.

 

 

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