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The off-price discount fashion and home goods retailer continued its long march toward retail dominance, with sales up 7% in 2019, to $41.7 billion, making it bigger than Macy’s and J.C. Penney combined. In the early days of the pandemic, TJX revenues fell off nearly entirely, with all stores closed and only a tiny e-commerce business in operation. But coming out of the lockdowns, TJX's strong financials will make its stores even more desirable to fashion brands as department stores continue to wither. What’s more, TJX’s home furnishings chain Home Goods has been booming alongside the more apparel-oriented T.J. Maxx and Marshalls.
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