Hennes & Mauritz


Modest growth in Q1 as expected

15/03/19 -"Group sales were up 4% at CER (+10% reported) to SEK51,015m. This translates a slight slowdown compared to the 6% reported in Q4. The Q1 19 results are due to be announced on 29 March. "

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15/03/19
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