NEW YORK — Christopher & Banks’ shares skyrocketed more than 11 percent Thursday as the company reaffirmed earnings expectations for the fourth quarter despite lower same-store sales in December.

The Minneapolis-based chain of 439 stores under the Christopher & Banks and C.J. Banks labels said last month’s comparable-store sales slid 2 percent as total sales rose 20.1 percent to $47.8 million from $39.8 million in last year’s month.

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