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Nov 10, 2016

Canadian Tire boosts dividend 13% as profit beats estimates on sports gear sales

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Canadian Tire Corp Ltd (CTCa.TO) reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by higher sales of sports gear and apparel, and the retailer increased its quarterly dividend.

Revenue in its FGL Sports brand, which sells sports and related products, rose 2.8 per cent to $606.1 million in the third quarter, from a year earlier.

Retail sales in its Mark's brand business, under which the company sells casual and work clothing and footwear, increased 3.3 per cent to $238.1 million.

The company increased its quarterly dividend to 65 cents per share from 57.5 cents.

Total retail sales, which exclude revenue generated from Canadian Tire's financial services and real estate investment trust businesses, rose 3.4 per cent to $3.52 billion in the quarter ended Oct. 1.

Canadian Tire's petroleum retail sales fell nearly 10 per cent to $429.6 million.

Excluding petroleum, total retail sales increased 5.5 per cent.

Net income attributable to the company fell 11.7 per cent to $176.4 million, or $2.44 per share, from a year earlier, when the company recorded a real estate gain of 33 cents per share.

For the latest quarter, analysts' were expecting $2.38 per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.