lululemon lowers Q1 SSS growth view to 5%-8% from 11% lululemon expects the "black luon pants shortage " issue will have a significant impact on its financial results. The company said : "Up to March 17, we were tracking to a comparable-store sales percentage increase of 11% on a constant dollar basis and expected revenue guidance to be in a range of $350 million to $355 million for the first quarter of 2013. We now expect a comparable-store sales percentage increase in the range of 5% to 8% for the first quarter of 2013, resulting in an expected revenue range of $333 million to $343 million. We are working to determine the impact on our earnings in the first quarter as well as expected impact for the balance of 2013. We will provide further information during our regularly scheduled earnings call Thursday March 21st."
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lululemon reiterated as a Buy ahead of Analyst Day at Topeka Topeka expects lululemon's April 17 Analyst Day to be a "very positive" event and reiterates its Buy rating and $70 price target ahead of the event. The analyst said the new CEO is on a marketing offensive as the store base expands worldwide and new heads of merchandising and sourcing are working to maintain a high quality, innovative product.