USA: Coach Makes A Killing Over Xmas
Coach Inc, bucking the woes suffered by much of the rest of the retail industry, said strong sales over the holiday season will help it beat Wall Street's earnings estimates for its fiscal second quarter. The upscale leather retailer said it now expects to have earned 85 cents a share or more for the quarter that ended December 30, compared with a First Call/Thomson Financial consensus estimate of 77 cents a share. For the year earlier, the company reported pro-forma second-quarter earnings of 65 cents a share.
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