Europe’s downturn still affects Skechers

In the second quarter, Skechers booked an 11.6 percent decline in sales to $384.0 million due to lower domestic and international wholesale revenues. Sales in the second quarter of 2011 were lifted by the clearing of excess inventory of toning shoes, sold at reduced prices. The top line also shrank ...

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