By  on August 28, 2009

PARIS – Hermès International blamed poor returns on financial investments and currency fluctuations for a 7 percent dip in first-half net profits to 125.4 million euros, or $167.4 million.

The French leather goods and fashion firm reiterated its target of steady sales for the full year at constant exchange rates and a “slight contraction” in current operating income.

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