PARIS — Paying for the cautious stance it adopted before the war in Iraq, fast-fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz reported its second consecutive month of weaker-than-expected sales.

The Stockholm-based firm on Tuesday said sales for June gained 8 percent before the impact of currency exchange rates, well under analysts’ consensus expectations for a 12 to 13 percent gain.

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