H&M Q3 sales rise 14% in local currencies

In the third quarter ended Aug. 31, Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) posted a 9 percent increase in net sales to a provisional SEK 55.585 billion (€5.470bn-$6.470bn). In local currencies, the rise reached 14 percent, lifted by more full-price sales.

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