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A shopper pushes a trolley through the clearance section of a store in Chicago last month. During the recession, retailers used sales to lure cash-strapped Americans into stores. But that strategy has backfired. It has bred a group of deal junkies that won’t shop unless they see "70 percent" signs or clearance stickers. The discounts it takes to get them into stores eats at profits. (Associated Press)

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