LONDON (Reuters) — SuperGroup, the owner of clothing brand Superdry, posted a 30 percent fall in profit in the first half, a period when its summer ranges received a mixed reaction from shoppers and warm autumn weather hurt sales of winter items.

 

The group reported underlying pretax profit of 12.5 million pounds, or $19.6 million, for the six months to Oct. 25, down from 17.9 million a year earlier, on revenue up 8.4 percent to 208.2 million pounds. Like-for-like sales fell 4.1 percent, it said.

 

It stuck to its outlook given on Oct. 31 of full-year profit between 60 million and 65 million pounds.

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