UK: Burberry Q3 sales rise beats expectations
By Richard Woodard | 15 January 2013
Luxury goods business Burberry outstripped market expectations with a 9% rise in underlying revenues in the third quarter, boosting retail revenues by 13% and comparable store sales by 6%.
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