Executives at Neiman MarcusInc. are crossing their fingers.
Having returned to profitability in the third quarter with a 10.5 percent leap in sales and a 170-point increase in gross margin, officials at the Dallas-based upscale department store are hoping factors that weighed in their favor in the last quarter — a revival among luxury shoppers and even a return among less-affluent aspirational shoppers — won’t be erased by recent declines on the stock market and the dramatic drop in the euro.
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