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Fast Retailing

Fast Retailing Archives

Fast Retailing to open first GU discount clothing store in US

The store will open in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City.

Uniqlo owner’s shares surge on profit forecast

The stock rose as much as 8.5 per cent, its biggest one-day gain since April 15, and headed for the highest close since ...

Uniqlo owner’s Q3 results to offer clues on China recovery, Japan inflation

For the year ending August, the company expects earnings to climb 8.4 per cent to 270 billion yen.

Uniqlo to suspend Russia operations in U-turn

The company was notable stand out among major retail brands.

Uniqlo owner’s profits boosted by overseas surge as Japan sales fall

The results marked a reversal from the past few years when China and Japan were the big sales and profit growth drivers ...

Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing forecasts profit recovery as pandemic abates

The company said it expects operating profit to climb 8.4 per cent to 270 billion yen (US$2.4 billion) in fiscal 2021-22...

Uniqlo owner trims profit forecast on new Covid-19 curbs

"With the declaration of a state of emergency again, it is expected that customers' willingness to go out and shop will ...

Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing lifts full-year profit outlook

Japan's Fast Retailing, the owner of clothing brand Uniqlo, on Thursday reported a 23 per cent jump in half-yearly opera...

Why Uniqlo is educating kids about tackling garment waste

As the world of fashion consumes more resources than it can produce, teaching the younger generation about circular econ...

Japan’s Fast Retailing to cut prices by around 9 per cent

Company recognises many customers are experiencing 'unprecedented difficulties' due to Covid-19.