Kathmandu hikes into profit
On Wednesday, Kathmandu Holdings Limited (ASX: KMD) announced its full year results, with net profit after tax (NPAT) rising to NZ$33.5 million, up 66% from NZ$20.4 million on the year prior. Sales growth was recorded in both Australia and New Zealand, driven by the opening of five new stores. The company has seen a strong turnaround in the past year overseen by the new CEO Xavier Simonet. Shares in Kathmandu closed up 3.2% for the week. We do not own Kathmandu in the investment portfolio.
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