Hennes & Mauritz AB engages in the sale of clothing, accessories, footwear, cosmetics, and home textiles. The company products include accessories, underwear, cosmetics, sportswear, and other apparels for men, women, and kids. Its brands include H&M, COS, Monki, Weekday, & Other Stories, Cheap Monday, H&M Home, and ARKET. The company was founded by Erling Persson in 1947 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
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In its financial report on Thursday, Hennes & Mauritz AB (ETR: HMSB) said that is profit in the fiscal third quarter came in stronger than expected as stores reopened for the public after months of inactivity due to the Coronavirus pandemic. According to CEO Helena Helmersson: “Although the challenges are far from over, we believe that the worst is behind us and we are well placed to come out of the crisis stronger.” H&M was reported trad...
H&M (ETR: HMSB) revealed on Friday to have swung to a sharp loss in the second quarter as the Coronavirus pandemic pushed its stores into temporarily shutting down in 2020. The company expressed confidence that its business has recovered faster than expected in recent weeks as governments start to ease COVID-19 restrictions. But the outlook at large, H&M added, remains uncertain. Shares of the company tanked less than 5% on Friday. At £12...
H&M (ETR: HMSB) said on Monday that its sales in the second quarter saw a sharp decline as governments resorted to countrywide lockdowns to minimise the fast spread of the novel flu-like virus that weighed on demand. The fashion company’s Q2 sales, however, still came in slightly stronger than expected. Shares of the company were reported about 2% down in premarket trading on Monday. At £12 per share, H&M is currently more than 25% down y...