Chrysler reports its third straight quarterly profit, driven primarily by a 40% increase in U.S. retail sales.Chrysler Group reported its third consecutive quarterly profit and logged its best financial performance in more than a decade.
Chrysler Group reported its third consecutive quarterly profit and logged its best financial performance in more than a decade, a turbulent period of changing owners with varied business strategies for the Detroit automaker.
Magna International Inc. (USA) (MGA) reported earnings for the third quarter of its fiscal year 2014 (3QFY14), before the bell today, announcing better-than expected-profit for, while revenue was in line.
The company is a global supplier and manufacturer of automotive parts and develops designs and manufactures modules, assemblies and automotive systems primarily for makers of light trucks and passenger cars.
Urban Outfitters' reported earnings today, and news is bad for the namesake brand. The shares are plummeting more than 3% afterhours. While the overall brand sales were up 6%, sales at Urban Outfitters tumbled 12%. Free People reported an 8% increase in sales, while Anthropologie was up a whopping 25%.
American clothing multinational, Urban Outfitters Inc. (URBN) reported second-quarter results for fiscal ’15 (2QFY15) yesterday, and also released guidance for the next quarter. As per the company’s expectations, sales in the Retail segment are expected to remain low.
Polo Ralph Lauren Corp.'s (RL) fiscal 2012 first-quarter earnings surged 57% to $1.90 per share from $1.21 in the year-ago period, as higher sales and strong gross margin drove performance. Quarterly earnings also surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.45.
Chrysler Group LLC reported financial results for the second quarter of its 2014 fiscal year today (2QFY14), before markets opened. The company, now a part of Fiat SpA (FIATY), saw its net income surge 22% year-over-year (YoY) to $619 million; revenues rose 14% YoY to $20.5 billion.
The company’s solid performance during the quarter was driven by SUV sales. Chrysler sold 723,000 vehicles worldwide during the quarter, compared to 643,000 in the same period last year.
That it has been one of the most lacklustre shopping seasons in recent years has already been repeatedly covered, with average holiday spending expected to decline for the first time since the Great Financial Crisis of 2008, all this despite record promotions and an ever earlier start to Black Friday.