By  on February 15, 2012

Abercrombie & Fitch Co. plans to keep trimming its “B-mall” fat in America while toning its international assets — and Wall Street likes what it sees, even though the company turned in a weak fourth-quarter performance.

The New Albany, Ohio-based retailer, which opened 47 international stores and shuttered 71 U.S. doors last year, plans to close roughly 180 additional U.S. stores by 2015.

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