ATLANTA – Shares of Oxford Industries rose in after-hours trading Tuesday after the apparel maker reported strong results for its Tommy Bahama and Lilly Pulitzer brands.
The company's first-quarter profit and revenue surpassed Wall Street estimates, and Oxford Industries raised its estimates for the rest of the year. Its shares rose $5.80, or 7.2 percent, to $86.81 in late trading.
Oxford Industries Inc. said its net income grew 15 percent to $17.3 million, or $1.04 per share. Excluding one-time items, the company said it earned $1.30 per share. Losses from its Ben Sherman line, which it plans to sell, made up most of those costs. Its revenue rose 7 percent to $260.4 million.
Analysts expected net income of $1.21 per share and $256.4 million in revenue, according to Zacks Investment Research. The company's fiscal quarter ended on May 2.
The Atlanta-based company said revenue from the Tommy Bahama business rose 9 percent to $172.7 million and Lilly Pulitzer sales climbed 17 percent to $59 million. Revenue from Lanier Clothes fell 9 percent to $26.2 million.
Oxford Industries is now calling for an annual profit of $3.50 to $3.65 per share with revenue of $970 million to $985 million. It had forecast a profit of $3.45 to $3.60 per share and $965 million to $980 million in revenue.
FactSet says analysts expect a profit of $3.55 per share on $974.1 million in revenue, on average.
Oxford Industries shares have risen 47 percent since the beginning of the year, closing at $81.01 on Tuesday.
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