Neil Saunders - Inside Retail Asia
Parts of the Tiffany business remain firmly out of step with the modern world of luxury retail, writes Neil Saunders.
The latest Urban Outfitters sales figures make for happier reading, coming after a string of poor results.
After an extended run of decline, Abercrombie & Fitch is finally back with a market-beating 4.5 per cent uplift in total sales.
At headline level, the latest Gap Inc results are not too bad. But beneath the surface…
First quarter sales for Tapestry – the company previously known as Coach – were less than flattering.
Under Armour sales have slumped by a painful 12.1 per cent in North America, part of a worldwide trend…
Someone forgot to inform Lululemon there is a slowdown in the growth of the athleisure category.
Gap results show the third consecutive quarter of positive comp-store sales growth – but Old Navy alone is driving all the growth.
After a torrid opening quarter, Macy’s second quarter figures come as a relief, writes Neil Saunders.
The latest Michael Kors results show is has a long “to-do list” ahead, writes Neil Saunders.
Ralph Lauren starts its new fiscal year in much the same way as it ended the last one, writes Neil Saunders.
After a period of soft performance, Walgreens sales rose by 2.1 per cent in the latest quarter.