H&M Q2 sales up 75% in local currencies

Hennes & Mauritz (H&M)’s sales in the second quarter ended May 31 rose by 75 percent in local currencies and by 62 percent on a reported basis to 46,509 million Swedish krona (€4,601m-$5,577m). The company benefited from the strengthening of the krona, but continued to be affected by restriction caused ...

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