US retailers experience rocky June sales
A number of US apparel retailers last week reported worse-than-expected June sales after experiencing rocky demand across the month. For many, results were inconsistent, with gains around Father's Day followed by weakening sales as bad weather hit later in the month.
A number of US retailers have reported worse than expected June sales after experiencing rocky demand across the month.
Clothing retailer The Gap Inc today (5 July) reported flat June comparable sales growth, as it saw a continued positive trend in its North American business.
The following is a general roundup of US apparel and shoe retailers' June 2012 sales results.
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