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NEW YORK CITY-Jewelry retailer Tiffany & Co.’s outlook for the year ending Jan. 31, 2013 lost some of its luster Thursday as the company reported flat same-store sales growth in the Americas for the first quarter ended April 30, including a 4% decline at its flagship Manhattan store on Fifth Avenue. The quarterly results led Tiffany’s to lower its earnings forecast to as much as $3.80 per share for the year, down from as much as $4.05 per share in a previous forecast. A consensus of analysts polled by Bloomberg ahead of Tiffany’s Q1 report had projected $3.98 per share.

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