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American Eagle posts marginal fall in Q2 FY'13 sales
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Aug '13
American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. reported earnings of $0.10 per diluted share for the second quarter ended August 3, 2013, compared to earnings from continuing operations of $0.21 per diluted share in the comparable quarter last year.

Robert Hanson, Chief Executive Officer, stated, “Our second quarter results reflected disappointing product execution in women’s. Additionally, we faced a highly promotional and competitive retail landscape and a decline in traffic, which have continued into the third quarter.

“We are working hard to strengthen our assortments, marketing efforts and overall execution, while maintaining tight inventories and disciplined expense management. Although extremely disappointed with our results, I’m confident in the strength of our brands, our strategic initiatives including, factory stores, aerie, omni-channel and international, as well as the team’s resolve to regain momentum and improve our bottom line performance.”

Second Quarter 2013 Non-GAAP Results

The following discussion is based on Non-GAAP results for the comparable quarter last year, as presented in the accompanying GAAP to Non-GAAP reconciliations.

- Total net revenue decreased 2% to $727 million, compared to $740 million last year.

- Consolidated comparable sales, including AEO Direct, decreased 7%, compared to an 8% increase last year. Second quarter 2013 comparable sales are compared to the 13 weeks ended August 4, 2012.

- Gross profit decreased 11% to $245 million and, as a rate to revenue, decreased 360 basis points to 33.8%. The decline is primarily the result of higher markdowns and the deleverage of rent on negative -comps.

- Selling, general and administrative expense of $186 million increased 5% from last year and deleveraged 160 basis points to 25.6% as a rate to revenue.

- Operating income decreased 56% to $29 million, resulting in a rate of 4.1% compared to 9.1% last year.

- EPS of $0.10 compared to adjusted EPS from continuing operations of $0.21 last year, a 52% decrease.

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