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New supply chain options key amid US port problems

As the threat of a US West Coast port shutdown looms, analysts already estimate the ongoing disruption could add an eye-watering US$36.9bn t...

ANALYSIS: Back-to-school spending a waiting game

The second biggest shopping season of the year is drawing to a close, but it appears many people have yet to wrap up their back-to-school bu...


Cheaper private label apparel "losing traction"

Richard Woodard | 28 Nov 2013

The growth of inexpensive private label apparel is ending as the sector becomes less and less competitive, according to new research.


North America retail market rebuffs recession

Ashma Kunde | 31 May 2013

North America may no longer take centre stage in the global apparel market, but the recession has by no means sounded the region's curtain call, according to Euromonitor International.


Weather and economy drive US retail sales growth

Petah Marian | 10 May 2013

Improving weather in late April, combined with rising stock and housing prices, offered some encouragement to US clothing retailers as sales gained over the month.


Sales chill for US retailers in March

Leonie Barrie | 11 Apr 2013

A combination of cold, snowy weather and the earlier timing of Easter meant that sales of spring or early summer merchandise got off to a chilly start for US retailers in March.

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US Q2 in brief: J Crew, Aeropostale, Bebe Stores

Michelle Russell and Katie Smith | 28 Aug 2015

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. J Crew moved to a loss in its latest quarter, while Bebe Stores improved its net loss and announced a licensing deal for China. Aeropostale booked a net loss for the eleventh straight quarter, and Destination XL delivered what it said was an “outstanding” quarte. rDollar General posted increases in earnings and sales, including apparel, Burlington Stores has raised its full-year guidance after returning to profit, and PVH Corp revealed results that beat its expectations, upping its full-year guidance.


TJX to grow in Australia with Trade Secret buy

Michelle Russell | 29 Jul 2015

US retail group The TJX Companies has signed an agreement to purchase Australian off-price fashion retailer Trade Secret.


TJX ups FY guidance on “strong” Q1

Michelle Russell | 19 May 2015

US off-price retailer The TJX Companies has upped its full-year earnings guidance on the back of a “strong” first-quarter performance.


TJX chairman Cammarata to retire

Michelle Russell | 23 Apr 2015

Bernard Cammarata, the chairman and founder of US off-price retailer The TJX Companies is to retire.


TJX beats estimates with 15% Q4 profit increase

Richard Woodard | 26 Feb 2015

Across-the-board sales and comps increases for its divisions helped cut-price retail group The TJX Companies to record a 15% lift in fourth-quarter net profit.


Off-price strength boosts TJX and Ross Stores

Michelle Russell | 24 Feb 2015

Solid results are expected for apparel retailers TJX Companies and Ross Stores, analysts have said, thanks to the ongoing resilience and competitive strength of the off-price business model.


US holiday apparel sales “up 1-3%”

Richard Woodard | 6 Jan 2015

Holiday apparel sales increased by as little as 1% in the US, with higher online spending offsetting continued weakness at bricks and mortar stores.


TJX Companies reports "pleasing" Q3

Michelle Russell | 18 Nov 2014

US off-price retailer The TJX Companies says it is pleased with its third-quarter performance after booking earnings that met analyst expectations.


TJX ups FY guidance and reveals Q2 profit growth

Michelle Russell | 19 Aug 2014

Off-price retailer The TJX Companies has booked an increase in second-quarter earnings and upped its EPS guidance for the full year.


TJX earnings up but apparel sales weak

Michelle Russell | 21 May 2014

The TJX Companies reported earnings in its first-quarter that came in below the firm's expectations thanks to negative forex rates and weak apparel sales.


TJX Companies Q4 earnings slide 3.7%

Michelle Russell | 27 Feb 2014

The TJX Companies has booked a drop in earnings in the fourth quarter amid a competitive retail environment and poor weather conditions.


TJX raises outlook on higher Q3 profit

Katie Smith | 19 Nov 2013

The TJX Companies has lifted its full-year earnings outlook, after higher sales and improved margins helped the off-price retailer to record a 35% increase in third-quarter net profit.


TJX lifts Q3 outlook on tax benefit

Katie Smith | 22 Oct 2013

Off-price retailer The TJX Companies has raised its third-quarter and full-year earnings and sales guidance on the back of a tax benefit.


Arcadia adds two trading directors to BHS team

Katie Smith | 14 Oct 2013

UK fashion retailer Arcadia Group has added two trading directors to its BHS chain.


TJX lifts full year outlook on Q2 profit growth

Katie Smith | 20 Aug 2013

Off-price retailer The TJX Companies has raised its full year outlook after reporting a 13.9% increase in second quarter earnings, thanks to higher sales and margin improvement.


TJX Companies Q1 profit rises 8%

Katie Smith | 22 May 2013

Off-price retailer The TJX Companies expects full-year earnings per share to be at the upper end of its previous guidance after first-quarter profit rose 8%.


Stuart Weitzman Cha Cha boots recalled

Katie Smith | 15 Mar 2013

Some 5,000 pairs of Stuart Weitzman-branded girls' Cha Cha boots, which were manufactured in China, have been recalled by footwear specialist Synclaire Brands for posing a fall hazard.


TJX fourth-quarter profit jumps on rising sales

Katie Smith | 28 Feb 2013

Off-price retailer The TJX Companies has seen its fourth-quarter profit jump 27% after increased consumer traffic led to a rise in sales.


TK Maxx settles Harris Tweed legal claim

Richard Woodard | 16 Jan 2013

Retailer TK Maxx has settled out of court after being sued by The Harris Tweed Authority over alleged breaches of the hand-woven cloth’s trademark.


just-style's most read stories this week...

Katie Smith | 4 Jan 2013

The most read stories on just-style this week include UK retail administrations jumping 6% in 2012, US Congress avoiding the "fiscal cliff", and TJX Companies acquiring Sierra Trading Post.


TJX acquires Sierra Trading Post for $200m

Katie Smith | 2 Jan 2013

Off-price retail group The TJX Companies has acquired online outdoor clothing, footwear and accessories retailer Sierra Trading Post for US$200m.


Labour violations found in LA garment factories

Leonie Barrie | 14 Dec 2012

Ten Los Angeles based garment contractors making clothes for retailers including Dillard's, Forever 21, Ross Stores and Urban Outfitters have been accused of serious labour violations.


TJX Companies lifts FY forecast after strong Q3

Leonie Barrie | 13 Nov 2012

Off-price retailer TJX Companies today (13 November) raised its full-year earnings guidance amid what it sees as "terrific opportunities for the holiday selling season and fourth quarter."


TJX raises full-year EPS forecast on strong Q2

Petah Marian | 14 Aug 2012

Off price retailer TJX Companies has increased its full-year earnings forecast on the back of strong second-quarter results.

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