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With most of its stores reopened and traffic improving, the company is predicting a brighter-than-expected second quarter.
The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated existing problems for the clothing and accessories chain, including declining sales and store traffic.
The retailer is worried about customers’ willingness to visit stores and what a second wave of the virus would mean for business.
First-quarter results, another acquisition on the rocks, Signet’s reopening steps, and more.
The watch company has reopened 14 stores in North America, which are performing better than expected, said CEO Efraim Grinberg.
COVID-19 forced Signet to take a hard look at its fleet of physical stores and upgrade its online capabilities.
The jeweler saw a steep decline in worldwide sales as the COVID-19 pandemic kept its stores shuttered.
The luxury titan behind Cartier and Van Cleef posted an 18 percent drop in quarterly sales amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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