NEW YORK — A shaky economy and inclement weather kept the luxury customer at arm’s length, forcing Neiman Marcus Group to reduce prices to clear mounting inventories and leading to lower third-quarter profits.

Although the company said inventory-related markdown pressures will continue into the current fourth quarter, Burt Tansky, president and chief executive, said sales trends appear to be improving.

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