NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- L Brands Inc. (LB) reported its November 2014 sales results this morning and posted a 9% increase in net sales to $1.078 billion, compared to $988.5 million for the same month in 2013.
For the four weeks that ended November 29, 2014, the Victoria's Secret parent said comparable store sales grew by 8%, which came in well above the 4.6% increase CNBC.com says analysts were expecting.
In addition to operating the Victoria's Secret retailer, L Brands also operates the Bath and Body Works chain.
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Shares of L Brands are flat in pre-market trading on Thursday morning.
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