H&M sales jump as post-pandemic recovery marches on

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H&M has continued its post-pandemic recovery with sales across all markets jumping 12% in its second quarter.

In a brief trading update issued today, the Swedish fashion giant reported that net sales in local currencies had jumped 12%. When converted to Swedish krona sales jumped 17% to SEK 54,504m between March 1 and May 31, 2022. 

This follows an 18% jump in local currencies/23% jump in Swedish krona to SEK 49,166m in the first quarter of the year. 

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