Kathmandu group issues a profit warning

The new Covid-related retail lockdowns in Australia have negatively affected the profitability of Kathmandu Holdings, whose assets include Rip Curl. Its guidance for the financial year ending July 31 has been reduced to underlying Ebitda of 120 million New Zealand dollars (€71.3m-$84.1m) on revenues of NZ$ 930 million (€552m-$651m), which ...

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