Skechers sees 19% sales gain in Q3, but supply chain woes will stretch into 2022


Skechers saw revenues in the third quarter ended Sept. 30 rise by 19.2 percent to a record $1,551 million, an achievement that the company described as “remarkable” amid supply chain bottlenecks that have constrained sales growth and are seen extending into 2022. At constant currency rates, sales rose by 17.1 ...

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