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  • ubank_1999 ubank_1999 May 20, 2010 2:35 PM Flag

    need i say more

    market pulse

    May 20, 2010, 8:46 a.m. EDT · Recommend · Post:
    Ross Stores profit exceeds estimates

    dude click the link it's awesome.....

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    • yes please do say more. Or least make post that have some semi useful relevant info.

      Ross and zqk really aren't marketing to the same customer. Also I didn't realize Ross had 30-40% of their sales in Europe, most of which is denominated in Euros..........oh wait they don't that is zqk.

      • 1 Reply to bababoeyHS

        Several clothing retailers posted stronger first quarter earnings Thursday as sales and margins improved.

        Children's Place Retail Stores Inc.'s fiscal first-quarter earnings rose 19%, handily beating its own forecasts.

        Meanwhile, Buckle Inc.'s fiscal first-quarter profit rose 12% on strong online sales growth.
        The youth-apparel retailer, which sells casual apparel under brands like Diesel and Guess

        Elsewhere on the retail front, Perry Ellis International's fiscal first-quarter profit jumped 91%, easily topping analysts' forecasts, as the contemporary and sportswear-apparel maker benefited from stronger margins.

        The company also raised its full-year guidance, saying it expects earnings of $1.45 to $1.60 a share and revenue of $775 million to $795 million. That's up 20 cents and $5 million, respectively.

        Casual Male Retail Group Inc.'s fiscal first-quarter earnings soared above low year-earlier levels, beating analysts' estimates, as the big-and-tall clothing retailer improved its margins.

        are you starting to get the picture ???? duh !!!!!!

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