Tiffany & Co. (NYSE: TIF) reported a 45% dip in the top-line for the first quarter of 2020 due to the closures of its retail stores across all of the global markets arising from the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. Comparable sales dropped by 44%.
The company slipped to a loss from a profit last year due to lower revenue. The first-quarter was very challenging with sales and earnings significantly impacted by COVID-19, the impact of which the company expects to negatively affect its full-year sales and earnings relative to 2019.
The e-commerce sales were up 23% globally with key markets such as the United States and the United Kingdom up 14% and 15%, respectively. Additionally, sales through our Mainland China e-commerce portal have grown sequentially every quarter since the portal was launched last July.
The company will not be communicating an outlook for the remainder of the year. In light of the company’s entry into the merger agreement, the company will not conduct a conference call to review its results for the quarter.
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