Analysts think the colder March weather this year could hurt retailers that sell clothing to...


Analysts think the colder March weather this year could hurt retailers that sell clothing to kids and teenagers as family shopping takes a backseat. Though the spring selling season could still pick up steam in April despite the slow start, retailers such as American Eagle (AEO -1.4%), Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF +0.1%), Gap (GPS -0.8%), Aeropostale (ARO -3.2%), and Children's Place (PLCE +0.1%) that depend on mall traffic have a lot of ground to make up.

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  • mrdirt
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    Retailers have Clearance Sales at 50% for spring clothing. Limited 50% off, Express had 40% Everything in Store. They have to clear the shelves because the Summer clothes are ready to be put on the racks/shelves.
    1 Apr 2013, 06:20 PM Reply Like
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