USA: Soft Suit Sales Hit Men's Wearhouse
Tailored business attire retailer Men's Wearhouse said that sales for the five weeks and 22 weeks ended July 7, 2001 were $113.0 million and $519.6 million, respectively, reflecting increases of 0.5 per cent and 3.8 per cent over comparable prior year calendar periods. Without giving effect to the holiday shift, sales for the five weeks ended July 7, 2001 decreased 3.3 per cent from sales of $116.9 million for the five weeks ended July 1, 2000, while sales for the 22 weeks ended July 7, 2001 increased 2.8 per cent from sales of $505.2 million for the 22 weeks ended July 1, 2000.
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