Tiffany & Co. reported a 19 percent jump in first-quarter earnings, buoyed by strength in the Asia-Pacific and in Europe, which offset weakness in the U.S.
For the three months ended April 30, earnings reached $64.4 million, or 50 cents a diluted share, from $54.1 million, or 39 cents, in last year's quarter. The results were 25 percent above analysts' expectations of earnings of 40 cents a share.
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