Joules interim sales and profits slip as chief financial officer departs

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Fashion retailer Joules has blamed store closures due to coronavirus for falling sales and profits on the day it announced its chief financial officer would be stepping down.

For the 26 weeks to November 29, Joules reported that group revenue fell 15.3% to £94.5m, while statutory profit before tax slipped £0.4m to £1.3m. 

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