NEW YORK — Kmart Corp. on Thursday received Chicago bankruptcy court approval to amend its $2 billion debtor-in-possession facility, and warned that July had been a ho-hum sales month.

The change to the Troy, Mich.-based discounter’s loan covenants allows the the chain to report deeper net losses without violating the terms of the loan agreement.

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