MILAN, May 11 (Reuters) - Comparable sales at Salvatore
Ferragamo bounced back in the first quarter to rise by
13% thanks to strong growth in Asia and the United States, the
Italian luxury group said on Tuesday.
Ferragamo, which has been hit harder than most rivals by the
fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, said sales had accelerated
further in the second quarter but added that the market remained
volatile and did not give forecasts for the full year.
The group posted 245 million euros ($298.1 million) in
revenues in the three months to end-March, in line with analyst
expectations of 243 million euros, according to a Refinitiv
(Reporting by Claudia Cristoferi, editing by Silvia Aloisi)