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Apr 9, 2021
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Levi Strauss raises sales growth outlook on vaccine rollout hopes

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Reuters
Published
Apr 9, 2021

Levi Strauss & Co on Thursday raised its half-year revenue growth forecast, banking on Covid-19 vaccine rollouts to spur a return to normalcy, after the denim maker beat quarterly sales estimates on a pandemic-led e-commerce boost.


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Several apparel retailers including Nike Inc and Kohl’s Corp have also expressed similar optimism, even as online sales have boomed in recent months. Consumers, wary of stepping out of their homes during the health crisis, have taken to shopping more using their mobile phones.

“As the vaccine rollout continues and consumer excitement returns, I am more confident than ever that we will emerge from the pandemic a stronger business,” Levi Chief Executive Officer Chip Bergh said in a statement.

Levi said more than 40% of its European stores were closed as of Thursday, with the rest operating on reduced hours due to lockdown restrictions.

The company raised its quarterly dividend to 6 cents per share from 4 cents.

The jeans maker said it expected its revenue to increase 24% to 25%, up from a prior range of 18% to 20%, for the first half of its fiscal 2021.

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