Michael Hill’s 9% growth in sales, listed shares on the ASX

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Michael Hill sources reported the sales increment of 8.9% y-o-y in the first half that ended in the month of 31st December 2015. As a consequence of this increment, the jewelry retailer proclaimed the Hill’s shares listed on the ASX (Australian Securities Exchange). According to the statement stated on January 8, revenue grew to AUD 306.3M, on addition, the same store sales progressed to 4.8% to $201.5M.

A contemporary jewelry house, Michael Hill delineated the growth of 8.7% in y-o-y sales in the first half that has ended in the December 31 of 2015. As a result, of this hike in the sales along with the revenue the jewelry retailer declared it’s considering listing shares on the ASX.  Granting to the statement stated in the January 8, revenue of the jewelry house grew to $213M along with the sales of the same store advanced to 4.8%. Michael Hill too opened six new chains during the half year that makes a total of 293M at the close of December. Sales of the brand shows a hike of 8% to $209.5M as well as the same-store revenue grew 4.5% to $199.1M, showing a fruitful result than a difficult second-half trade of the year 2014-15, as per the statement.Total receipts from the Emma & Roe brand spiral upwards 96.2% to $3.4M, as the three new stores inaugurated in the period, while same-store sales rise 49.1% to $2.3M. Whilst the Hill still deems the Emma & Roe brand in a test stage, there are plans to unfold a further five stores before the remainder of the fiscal year,” the statement read. It is set up in New Zealand with time has captured the jewelry market of Australia too.

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