UK: Selfridges Posts 3.9 Per Cent Rise In H1 Profits
The company said sales rose 6.1 per cent to £192.7m and that two new stores will boost its retail trading area 47 per cent from next September.
It added like-for-like sales were up seven percent for the first six weeks of the new fiscal quarter.
Chairman Alun Cathcart said: "Selfridges continues to be at the forefront of retail today and customers are responding well to the innovative Selfridges offer of 'must have' brands and new experiences in our stores."
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