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Children's Place Pulls Back On Disappointing Q1 Results

After falling sharply early in the session, shares of Children's Place (PLCE) continue to see significant weakness in afternoon trading on Thursday. Children's Place is currently down by 7.8 percent after ending the previous session at its best closing level in nearly two months.

The pullback by Children's Place comes after the children's clothing and accessories retailer reported first quarter adjusted earnings and revenues that came in below analyst estimates.

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