NEW YORK — The two largest off-price chains in the U.S. finished their third quarters with double-digit increases in net income and comparable-store sales.

While TJX Companies and Ross Stores both had sterling quarters, posting net income increases of 34.6 and 28.7 percent, respectively, Stein Mart cut into its losses during the period.

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