NEW YORK — Shares of Tommy Hilfiger Corp. were one of Wall Street’s biggest losers Wednesday after the company said it would close 37 of its 44 U.S. stores and lowered earnings-per-share guidance for the second half of 2003 and full-year fiscal 2004.

Tommy’s stock closed Wednesday at $7.50, down $1.85, or 19.8 percent, in trading on the New York Stock Exchange, the NYSE’s second-largest percentage loser of the day. In intraday trading, shares came within 5 cents of Tommy’s 52-week low of $7, reached on Oct. 8.

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