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More than 4,300 stores are closing in 2019 as the retail apocalypse drags on - here's the full list

Payless ShoeSource: 2,500 stores

Payless ShoeSource: 2,500 stores

Payless filed for bankruptcy in February and said it planned to close all of its 2,500 stores in what could be the largest retail liquidation in history.

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Gymboree: 805 stores

Gymboree: 805 stores

Gymboree Group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in January and said it planned to close more than 800 stores under its Gymboree and Crazy 8 banners.

Gymboree previously filed for bankruptcy as recently as June 2017 and closed nearly 400 stores in the process.
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Shopko: 251 stores

Shopko: 251 stores

Shopko filed for bankruptcy in January and has said it would close 251 stores.

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Gap: 230 stores

Gap: 230 stores

Gap said Thursday that it would close 230 namesake stores over the next two years as it reported that the brand's same-store sales fell 7% during the holiday quarter. The company also said it would spin off its Old Navy brand.

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Performance Bicycle: 102 stores

Performance Bicycle: 102 stores

Performance Bicycle's parent company, Advanced Sports Enterprises, filed for bankruptcy protection in November and later announced that it would close all 102 of its stores.

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Charlotte Russe: 94 stores

Charlotte Russe: 94 stores

Charlotte Russe kicked off closing sales at 94 stores in February, after the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

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Sears: 70 stores

Sears: 70 stores

Sears Holdings, which owns Sears and Kmart stores, emerged from bankruptcy in February after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in October.

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Destination Maternity: 42-67 stores

Destination Maternity: 42-67 stores

Destination Maternity plans to close between 42 and 67 stores this year.

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Victoria's Secret: 53 stores

Victoria's Secret: 53 stores

Victoria's Secret said it would close 53 stores this year, citing a "decline in performance."

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Kmart: 50 stores

Kmart: 50 stores
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Christopher & Banks: 30-40 stores

Christopher & Banks: 30-40 stores
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JCPenney: 27 stores

JCPenney: 27 stores

JCPenney said it will close 27 stores in 2019, including 18 full-line department stores and 9 home and furniture stores. The department-store chain said same-store sales fell 4% during the fourth quarter.

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Henri Bendel: 23 stores

Henri Bendel: 23 stores

Henri Bendel closed all its stores in January after 123 years in business.

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Beauty Brands: 25

Beauty Brands: 25

Beauty Brands, a regional chain of salon and spa superstores, said in December that it planned to close 25 stores this year.

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Lowe's: 20 stores

Lowe's: 20 stores

Lowe's is closing 20 stores across 13 states this year.

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Macy's: 9 stores

Macy's: 9 stores

Macy's is closing stores in Wyoming, Washington, California, New York, Indiana, Massachusetts, Virginia, and West Virginia.

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J.Crew: 7 stores

J.Crew: 7 stores

J.Crew is closing stores in Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, California,and Canada.

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Kohl's: 4 stores

Kohl's: 4 stores

Kohl's is closing four stores this year. All the closing stores are located in or near a shopping mall.

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Nordstrom: 3 stores

Nordstrom: 3 stores

Nordstrom is closing stores in Florida, Virginia, and Rhode Island.

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