MILAN — Led by the Tod’s and Roger Vivier brands, and lifted by gains in the U.S. and Asia revenues at Tod’s SpA rose 7.3 percent to 749.9 million euros, or $959.9 million, in the first nine months of the year — despite a drop in domestic sales also derived by a rationalization of its wholesale channel.
In the period ended Sept. 30, earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization at the group, which also comprises the Hogan and Fay labels, grew 3.7 percent to 199.5 million euros, or $255.3 million, with a 26.6 percent margin on sales.
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