Guess Inc. disappointed investors late Wednesday with cautious guidance for 2014 despite signs of a pickup in business in southern Europe and strong results in its growing e-commerce business.
Shares of the Los Angeles-based denim and sportswear firm fell 5.8 percent, to $27.09, in early after-hours trading after the firm provided first-quarter and 2014 guidance that fell well short of Wall Street’s expectations.
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