Drop In Puma’S Net Is Lower Than Expected

Puma is taking numerous new initiatives to help sustain its growth, which is flattening out now in the USA as well as in Europe. Profit margins were higher than expected in the 3rd quarter, however, leading to a drop in net income of only 5.2 percent to €87.1 million in ...

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