Movie Gallery Lowers Guidance

Wagner, Holly J.
July 2004
Video Store Magazine;7/11/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 28, p48
Trade Publication
Reports on the decline in shares of video retailing company Movie Gallery as of July 8, 2004 following a reported increase in second-quarter same-store revenue. Reason given by the company behind the reduced projection of earnings per share; Plan of the company to release its final quarterly results on August 4, 2004; Decline in the stocks of competitor Blockbuster Inc.


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