Feb 9 (Reuters) - U.S. apparel retailers Urban Outfitters Inc and Aeropostale Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly sales after holiday sales in the United States rose the most since 2011.
Feb 9 (Reuters) - Apparel retailers Urban Outfitters Inc and Aeropostale Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly sales as holiday season sales in the United States increased the most since 2011.
little nervous of MCD and GSK. MCD seems to be facing a big change in consumer patterns, just like the teen retailers ( Aeropostale and Abercrombie for example). GSK management seems a bit inept. Wondering what folks think about holding these long term
countries [China, Japan, India, etc]. But the amounts consumers are saving are going to food, so teen-retailers [ ANF, ARO , AEO ] remain under pressure. Losers are Russia, ruble and Putin [ or, Russia and ruble because of Putin? ]. Putin even
underwhelming. When it comes to apparel fashions , teenagers are fickle and that is causing problems for the likes of AEO, BKE, URBN, ARO , and ANF [ although it is repositioning itself rapidly ]. A new trend for stylish but lower-priced, lower-quality apparel
Aug 18 (Reuters) - Teen apparel retailer Aeropostale Inc said it had reappointed Julian Geiger as chief executive as it seeks to win back customers and stanch six quarters of losses.
show signs of life with first-quarter comparable sales declines of only 4%, much better than peers American Eagle and Aeropostale , where comp sales fell 10% and 13%, respectively. We attribute the beat to improvements in the female business, A
We are dropping analyst coverage of Aeropostale . The company is struggling as it attempts to reposition ..... continued decline in the cash balance is very concerning to us. Aeropostale finished the first quarter with $25 million in cash and
peers American Eagle AEO and Aeropostale ARO , whose comp sales fell 10 ..... s $29.95-$49.95 and Aeropostale 's $26.50-$59.50. All ..... from other teen retailers like Aeropostale and American Eagle, department
Abercrombie & Fitch posted first-quarter comparable sales declines of only 4%, much better than peers American Eagle and Aeropostale , where comp sales fell 10% and 13%, respectively. Additionally, profitability improvements continued to play out with