Birks & Mayors Inc. weathered a 26 percent decrease in sales during its first quarter and provided a bleak outlook for results in the months ahead.
The Montreal-based operator of the Birks, Mayors and Brinkhaus jewelry retail nameplates said sales in the three months ended June 27 were $53.6 million, down from $72.4 million in the first quarter of 2008. Comparable-store sales declined 20 percent, as a 13 percent decline in Canada partially offset a 26 percent dip in the U.S.
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