Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. on Monday prepared Wall Street for its second consecutive quarterly earnings disappointment, sending its shares down more than 7 percent.
The Hampstead, Md.-based men’s specialty retailer forecast earnings of between 27 and 30 cents a diluted share for the three months ended May 4. That comes against year-ago earnings per share of 53 cents and the current analyst consensus estimate of 46 cents.
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