Mulberry credits ‘improvement’ in revenue to UK and China performance

Two models shown from waist down holding green and red Mulberry bags

Mulberry has reported full-year trading “in line with expectations” with group revenue “slightly ahead of last year”, according to the fashion retailer.

The global handbag and accessories retailer reported an “improvement” in retail revenue in its second half, which it credited to “good performance in the UK and an improving environment in China over recent months”.

Mulberry also said its group profitability was “as usual, weighted to the second half” of the full financial year.

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