Stage Stores Inc
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2013 got off to a strong start for US clothing and footwear retailers in January, with many reporting their best performance since September 2011.
The following is a general roundup of US apparel and shoe retailers' January 2013 sales results.
The following is a general roundup of US apparel and shoe retailers' December 2012 sales results.
In the most recent third-quarter filings from US apparel and footwear brands and retailers, Sears Holdings remained optimistic despite widening its net losses, while Vince Holding blamed challenging conditions and warm weather for a fall in both earnings and sales. Abercrombie & Fitch, meanwhile, revealed a "disastrous" quarter as sales fell and earnings plummeted 80%, while American Eagle Outfitters booked record sales and its 9th consecutive quarter of profit improvement.
US fashion retailer Stage Stores has promoted former JC Penney and Kohl's executive Thorsten Weber to the position of executive vice president and chief merchandising officer.
In the most recent second-quarter filings from US apparel and footwear brands and retailers, Tailored Brands showed improvement on Q1 but saw earnings slide, while DSW booked mixed results. Abercrombie & Fitch widened its net losses but remained optimistic, while Destination Maternity revealed improved losses. Express, meanwhile, delivered what it described as a "disappointing" second-quarter, below management expectations, and Macy's saw a "distinct" improvement in its sales and earnings trends for the quarter.
In the most recent fourth-quarter filings from US apparel brands and retailers, Destination Maternity and Perry Ellis saw their losses narrow, while New York & Co moved to a net profit. However, Iconix Brand Group cut its outlook after swinging to a loss, Finish Line saw its net profit plummet 90%, and Cherokee Global Brands posted a mixed performance.
With the holiday season done and dusted, US apparel and footwear retailers are now counting the cost. In the most recent results, New York & Co has narrowed its fourth-quarter outlook despite posting an increase in comparable store sales, while Express has lifted its guidance. Shoe Carnival, Genesco and American Eagle Outfitters all booked increases. However, Bon-Ton Stores and Ascena Retail Group posted declines.
In the most recent third-quarter filings from US apparel brands and retailers Gymboree, Aeropostale, Sears and New York & Co narrowed their losses, while Oxford Industries, Destination Maternity and J Crew saw theirs widen. Both The Finish Line and Men's Wearhouse swung to a loss. On a positive note, The Children's Place, Express, American Eagle Outfitters, G-III Apparel Group and Abercrombie & Fitch booked higher earnings.
Second-quarter earnings for the retail sector as a whole are forecast to be lower than the prior month, despite easy year-on-year comparisons. The Finish Line posted a small drop in net income, Zumiez saw its profit more than halve, Cherokee Global Brands posted a double-digit decline in net earnings, while Christopher & Banks swung to a loss, and Hudson's Bay was back in the black.
US department store retailer Stage Stores said it ended the year with strong sales growth and has outlined priorities for the year ahead.
US department store retailer Stage Stores has raised its full-year earnings guidance on the back of holiday sales growth.
US retailer Stage Stores has narrowed its third quarter net loss and reaffirmed EPS guidance for its next quarter.
Stage Stores widened its net loss in the first quarter as a result of margin pressures and weak comparable store sales.
Stage Stores said it is optimistic about its prospects for 2014, despite revealing a drop in earnings and sales for fourth-quarter.
US department store retailer JC Penney has appointed Ed Record as its new chief financial officer and executive vice president, replacing Ken Hannah.
US apparel, footwear and accessories retailer Stage Stores has lowered its earnings guidance for the full year and revealed slowing traffic hit sales in the run up to Christmas.
US apparel, footwear and accessories retailer Stage Stores has seen its third-quarter net loss widen on higher costs, and has cut its full-year earnings guidance.
US department store operator Stage Stores saw second quarter net profit slip as the elevated promotional environment and a poor weather hurt its performance.
Regional department store retailer Stage Stores has reported a deeper first-quarter loss, impacted by a $9.7m one-off charge and cooler temperatures, which hurt sales of seasonal merchandise.
Department store retailer Stage Stores posted an adjusted net profit of US$42.6m for the year ended 2 February, up 37.6% on last year’s figure.
Discount department store retailer Stage Stores is cutting 105 jobs as it looks to consolidate its South Hill, Virginia regional operations into its Houston, Texas corporate headquarters.
Discount department store retailer Stage Stores has lifted its full-year outlook after its third-quarter net loss narrowed on the back of higher sales.
Discount department store retailer Stage Stores has raised its full-year profit target after booking a 16.5% jump in second-quarter net income, boosted by increased sales and lower markdowns.
Discount department store retailer Stage Stores has appointed Steven Lawrence as chief merchandising officer, replacing Rich Maloney who resigned in February to pursue other interests.
Discount department store retailer Stage Stores has today (19 April) named Michael Glazer as permanent CEO and president.
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