Abercrombie & Fitch looks to improve foreign sales, WSJ reports Wanting to increase sales, Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) aggressively opened stores in Europe in recent years. But some appeared to win customers at the expense of existing locations, whose sales went into a decline last year. While Abercrombie slowed its overseas expansion, such sales account for about 25% of total revenue. So declines there, especially given lackluster U.S. growth, will remain a concern when Abercrombie reports earnings today for its fiscal Q4 ended in January. But there are reasons to believe Abercrombie can shore up overseas sales, reports the Wall Street Journal's "Ahead of the Tape." Reference Link
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