Neil Saunders - Inside Retail Asia
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.
After ending its last fiscal year with a flourish, Lululemon sales came down to earth with a bit of a bump during the first quarter.
Same-store A&F sales fell another 10 per cent in the first quarter, driving a US$61 million loss.
Walmart is retail’s proof that you can teach an old dog new tricks.
With comparable group sales increasing by 2 per cent this has been a quarter of progress for Gap.
Neil Saunders explains how strong US retail industry sales growth is giving a conflicting view of an industry otherwise in crisis.
The first set of results under Macy’s new CEO, Jeff Gennette, are not good: Macy’s future is a slippery slope.
Although Amazon’s sales advanced by a respectable 23 per cent over the latest quarter, the pace of growth has slowed compared with last year.
There is both good and bad news from the second quarter Walgreens sales data.