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The consumer is still alive and spending.
Thursday's retail sales reports should show gains, but they won't be exceptional.
Shares have further to fall after the retailer's rare misstep.
Ignore the stock's jump; a turnaround is still far off.
Though earnings were strong, the retailer's weak traffic could signal tough times ahead.
Once again, forecasts of the consumer's demise have been proved wrong.
The retailer offsets a comps drop by cutting costs, but trouble looms if demand keeps waning.
The retailer soothes fears with impressive sales and margins.