Watchmaker Fossil Inc posted better-than-expected quarterly results, but cut its fourth-quarter earnings outlook to reflect a weaker economy and pressure from the strengthening U.S. dollar, sending its shares down 6 percent.
Online fashion retailer EBTM Plc said on Friday it expects to post a small operating loss for the first half, mainly on challenging trading conditions for its wholesale division, and its shares fell 38 percent in morning trade.
World No. 2 sporting goods maker Adidas abandoned its 2009 outlook in light of growing economic uncertainty but still confirmed on Thursday its forecasts for this year. Adidas shares dropped 9.4 percent to 26.71 euros by 1025 GMT underperforming a 4.
British fashion and homewares retailer Next expects underlying sales at its stores to fall by a greater amount in November and December than they did in its third quarter, said finance director David Keens. "We don't expect the minus 4.
- Cosmetics maker Revlon Inc posted a quarterly loss, excluding a gain from the sale of some of its Brazilian brands, and said the uncertain economic conditions may affect sales for the remainder of 2008, sending its shares down as much as 29 percent.