Inditex


Better growth but lower gross margin in Q2

11/09/19 -"Inditex accelerated its growth in Q2 and closed H1 with 7% growth at constant rates. However, its gross margin was down in Q2 which raised concerns about the group’s pricing power. The operating ..."

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Published on
11/09/19
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