CHICAGO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Automobile retailer CarMax Inc. said on Monday that it expects little impact on earnings and sales from Hurricane Rita, with its four Houston stores largely unscathed by the storm. CarMax said the Houston-area stores likely will be closed for about a week in all, but it expects to recover nearly all of the lost sales over the next few months. It also does not expect a sales benefit from the storm, it said.
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