Michael Hill enjoys solid trading

Michael Hill enjoys solid trading

Sydney : Australia | Oct 04, 2012 at 1:58 PM PDT
Source: New Zealand Infotech Weekly
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A recovery in its main Australian market has helped jeweller Michael Hill post solid sales gains in the first quarter of the financial year, with demand strong enough to avoid any discounting. In a statement filed with the NZX today, the firm's sales trading revenues for the three months to September... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Infotech Weekly
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