Winners and losers on the fiscal battlefield

Moin, David; Poggi, Jeanine
January 2007
DNR: Daily News Record;1/22/2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p22
Trade Publication
The article discusses various pieces of business forecasting involving the retail trade. J.P. Morgan analyst Brian Tunick said in a recent research note that Men's Wearhouse could see annual earnings per share growth "in the mid-teens" over the next few years, which is attributed to the tuxedo business and margin expansion. According to a study conducted by Kanbay Research Institute (KRI) for the National Retail Federation, The UPS Store is 2007's most competitive retailer.


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