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Burlington Stores: Merchandise inventories at FY17-end were $753M.

Merchandise inventories at Fiscal 2017 year-end were $753M vs. $702M last year. The increase was primarily due to inventory related to the 37 net new stores opened during Fiscal 2017, and an increase in pack and hold inventory, which was 25% of total inventory at the end of the fourth quarter of Fiscal 2017 compared to 23% at the end of the fourth quarter of Fiscal 2016. Comparable store inventory turnover for the fourth quarter of Fiscal 2017 improved 10%, and comparable store inventory was down 7% vs. the comparable period a year ago. Inventory aged 91 days and older decreased 26%.

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