Zara owner Inditex’s quarterly profit jumps 80% on post-Covid wardrobe renewals


MADRID (Reuters) – Fashion giant Zara’s owner Inditex reported on Wednesday its net profit in the February-April period jumped 80% to 760 million euros ($812.06 million), in line with analysts’ expectations as sales surpassed pre-pandemic levels.

Sales at the world’s largest fast fashion retailer reached 6.7 billion euros, 36% more than a year ago.

In the period in 2019, before the coronavirus pandemic struck, Inditex reported a profit of 734 million euros and sales of 5.93 billion euros.

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(Reporting by Corina Pons, editing by Inti Landauro)

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