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UPDATE 2-Home Retail to shrink Homebase and prioritise Argos
... * Firm to close quarter of Homebase stores by 2018. * Says committed to retaining Homebase as part of group. * H1 pretax profit 30.9 mln stg, up 13 pct but below forecasts.
Quarter of Homebase stores set to shut  
Homebase to follow in the digital footsteps of Argos  
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