After two years on the sidelines, Dayton Hudson Receivables, now known as Target Corp., the owner of more than 1,200 department stores nationwide, may be an asset-backed player again in the foreseeable future.

Following a recent filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, Sara Ross, the assistant treasurer of Target Corp., explained, "We used up our shelf capacity. We are getting back our shelf capacity because we will be issuing from time to time as we have in the past."

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