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Inditex sees stable gross margin for full year
Inditex says pattern of online sales returns no different during pandemic
Inditex H1 Net Result Turns To Loss Of 195 Mln Euros YoY
Industria de Diseno Textil SA, known as Inditex SA, is a Spain-based company primarily engaged in the textile industry. The Company’s activities include the design, confection, manufacturing, distribution and retail of men, women and children apparel, footwear and fashion accessories, as well as home furnishings and household textile products. The Company’s business is divided into three segments: Zara, which provides various fashion and home items under the Zara brand name; Bershka, offering clothes under the Bershka brand name, which aims at teenagers, and Other, which retails apparel under Stradivarius, Oysho, Pull&Bear and Massimo Dutti brand names, among others. The Company operates worldwide through numerous subsidiaries. It is controlled by Pontegadea Inversiones SL.
Edificio Inditex, Avda. Diputacion, s/n
Pablo Isla Alvarez de Tejera
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Chairman of the Board
Jose Arnau Sierra
Non-Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board
Ignacio Fernandez Fernandez
Chief Financial Officer
Carlos Crespo Gonzalez
Chief Operating Officer
Begona Lopez-Cano Ibarreche
Chief Human Resource Officer
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British clothing retailer Next <NXT.L> raised its profit outlook for the second time in two months as it reported strong recent trading, helped by cooler weather and shoppers having more spare cash because they aren't spending on foreign holidays.
The owner of fashion retailer Zara, Inditex, returned to quarterly profit in the three months from May to July despite a 31% fall in sales as the coronavirus crisis kept consumers away from city centre shopping districts.
* TOTAL ANNUAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURE DURING THE PERIOD 2020-2022 WILL BE AROUND 900 MILLION EUROS
Inditex <ITX.MC> has switched its clothes factories in Spain over to making medical supplies and its logistics hub has almost ground to a halt, effectively freezing the nerve centre of its business from which it supplies stores worldwide.
* ZARA OWNER INDITEX SAYS ONLINE SALES CONTINUED WORKING IN CHINESE MARKET IN FEBRUARY Further company coverage: (Reporting By Sonya Dowsett)
* SUPPLY CHAIN CONTINUES TO OPERATE NORMALLY DUE TO THE FLEXIBILITY OF COMPANY BUSINESS MODE
Zara owner Inditex <ITX.MC> is to temporarily close all of its stores in Spain from Saturday because of the coronavirus, Europa Press said, citing sources at the company.
Inditex <ITX.MC> founder Amancio Ortega has bought a 5% stake in Enagas <ENAG.MC>, which owns and operates Spain's gas grid, the energy company said in a statement on Thursday.
Sweden's H&M <HMb.ST> reported no sales growth for a full six months on Friday, as the world's second-largest fashion retailer struggles to get customers through its doors and loses further ground to rival Inditex.
* FY SALES 25.34 BILLION EUROS VERSUS 23.31 BILLION EUROS YEAR AGO
Zara, the fashion chain owned by the world's biggest clothing retailer Inditex <ITX.MC>, will introduce augmented reality displays from April, it said on Tuesday, in an effort to lure millennials into its stores.
Shares in Zara fashion chain owner Inditex fell more than 7 percent to a three-year low on Friday after JP Morgan cut its price target for the company weeks before it is due to report annual results.
* APRANGA GROUP EXTENDS SUCCESSFUL COLLABORATION WITH INDITEX
Nestle <NESN.S> proposed three new independent directors to its board on Thursday, as the world's largest food company seeks to accelerate its transformation into a health-conscious company.
* BOARD ALSO PROPOSES INDIVIDUAL RE-ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN AND OTHER CURRENT MEMBERS OF BOARD
Inditex <ITX.MC>, the world's biggest clothes retailer and owner of Zara, reported a slowdown in sales growth in its third quarter as Europe's warm autumn kept shoppers away, though it pointed to a brighter end of the year.
* EXCHANGE IMPACT FOR 9 MONTHS IS OF -1 PERCENT, SEES FY IMPACT -1 PCT/ -1.5 PCT
Inditex, the world's largest clothing retailer, on Wednesday reported net profit to September of 2.3 billion euros ($2.7 billion), up 6 percent from a year earlier.
* 9-MONTH NET PROFIT 2.34 BILLION EUROS VERSUS 2.21 BILLION EUROS YEAR AGO
Deal-making and political turmoil in Spain livened up a flat session in Europe' stock markets on Wednesday as investors awaited pointers from the Federal Reserve on the U.S. interest rate outlook.
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