Puma posts a 1.5% drop in Q1

Doing better than some competitors, Puma reported sales declines of only 1.5 percent in euros and 1.3 percent in local currencies during the first quarter, leading to a 61.6 percent drop in net earnings to €36.2 million on sales of €1,299.8 million, although the company started the year with an ...

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