Puma makes a +18% swipe of its pawA jump forward for the Puma brand of athletic footwear and sports apparel, which registers 18% during the first quarter of 2017 that is equal to a revenue of 1 billion euros and a net profit of 49.6 million euros.

Jun 30, 2017
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pumaThe positive result pushes the German group to increase its forecasted growth for 2017 to around +10%, while the EBIT should be between 185 and 200 million euros.
The merit of this excellent performance can be attributed to the segment of footwear, which grows by +24.9%, while among the markets that stand out in particular, there is the USA that touches +17% for 346.5 million euros.

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