Superdry swings to profit as it hails ‘signs of recovery’

Stack of Superdry hoodies emblazoned with the 'Superdry' logo

Superdry has swung to a half-year profit and hailed “clear signs of brand and financial recovery” despite suffering a fall in sales.

The fashion retailer posted a statutory profit of £4m during the 26 weeks to October 23, 2021, compared with an £18.9m loss during the same period last year. 

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