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BENGALURU — Domino’s Pizza reported better than expected quarterly sales on Thursday, helped by increased revenue from the services and products it provides to franchisees and the addition of stores in markets outside the US.The company said a net 215 stores were opened outside the US, helping to drive up total international sales by 11% in the second quarter ended June 19. Sales at international outlets open for at least a year rose 7.1%.Domino’s had 12,692 stores globally as of March 27, of which 7,691 are franchises outside the US.Same-store sales at company-owned stores in the US rose 9.1%, outpacing the 5.7% average forecast of analysts polled by research firm Consensus Metrix.Domino’s shares were up 1.5% at $39 in light premarket trading. Wednesday’s closing price of $136.89 meant they had risen nearly 25% this year.Yum Brands’ Pizza Hut, one of Domino’s biggest rivals, reported flat same-store sales in the latest quarter.Domino’s net income rose to $49.3m, or 98c per share, i...

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