Neil Saunders - Inside Retail Singapore
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.
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.