Havertys reports net loss of $6.6M in 2Q

Engel, Clint
August 2009
Furniture/Today;8/10/2009, Vol. 33 Issue 46, p54
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The article reports on the second-quarter net loss of Haverty Furniture Cos. Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia. It states that Haverty has reported a net loss of 6.6 million dollars for the quarter ended June 30, 2009 and indicated the weakest sales performance for the 2009. It adds that Haverty's president Clarence Smith has said that the written business is down by 19.6 percent.


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