CarMax stock sinks after it reports flat profits


The used-car chain’s quarterly earnings rose slightly, thanks to higher sales and income at its financial unit. Still, earnings came in below Wall Street’s estimates, and the company’s average selling prices on its vehicles were similar to those from a year earlier. The chain’s costs also surged as CarMax opened more dealerships.

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