Shares of Urban Outfitters rose in after-market trading after the retailer company posted strong fourth-quarter sales.
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Urban Outfitters Inc. on Monday reported fiscal third-quarter profit of $47.1 million. The results missed Wall Street expectations.
Urban Outfitters Inc. shares plunged as much as 18 percent in late trading after the company said a sales slump has persisted in the third quarter, threatening to squeeze the retail chain’s profit.
U.S. retailers are suffering through the slowest back-to-school shopping season since the recession ended in 2009, raising concern that the year-end holidays will bring more of the same.
At a time when fashion companies are more focused on brand than ever before, private label manufacturers continue to flourish. BoF reports.
NEW YORK, United States — Stock analysts are eyeing a potential turnaround at Urban Outfitters, but remain uncertain on its timing.
PHILADELPHIA, United States — Urban Outfitters Inc. reported Monday that its fiscal second-quarter profit increased 25 percent on improved sales across nearly all of its brands.
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