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American Eagle Outfitters Inc reported quarterly income that missed estimates on Thursday because the attire retailer’s on-line enterprise slowed following vaccinations and the easing of some Covid-19 curbs, sending its shares tumbling 12 p.c earlier than the bell.
The corporate’s second quarter digital gross sales fell 5 p.c from a yr earlier, damage by clients buying extra at brick-and-mortar shops in addition to stiff competitors from e-commerce giants together with Amazon.com Inc.
Main retailers together with Goal Corp and Hole Inc have reported a slowdown in digital gross sales of their newest quarterly reviews, though they continue to be increased in contrast with pre-pandemic ranges.
American Eagle’s consolidated income from its bodily shops, nevertheless, elevated 73 p.c from a yr earlier within the second quarter ended July 31.
The corporate’s Aerie model, which sells work-from-home favourites lingerie and lounge put on, posted a 34 p.c rise in income to $336 million, whereas American Eagle label gross sales jumped 35 p.c to $846 million.
Complete net income elevated 35 p.c to $1.19 billion, primarily as short-term retailer closures hammered demand for attire final yr. Nonetheless, the determine got here wanting Refinitiv-IBES estimates of $1.23 billion.
Excluding objects, American Eagle earned 60 cents per share, beating estimates of 55 cents, because it bought extra items at full costs.
By Praveen Paramasivam and Reshma Rockie George; Editor: Ramakrishnan M.
American Eagle Outfitters Inc stated gross sales of its denims and tops was accelerating, after the attire retailer reported a first-quarter outcomes beat on elevated spending, pushed by stimulus checks.
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