Retailer Harvey Norman Holdings revealed that it had achieved sales of $4.64 billion for the first nine months of financial the year from its stores in Australia, NZ, Slovenia and Ireland.
This figure is a 2.2% improvement on its performance during the first three quarters of FY09, Harvey Norman said.
Sales of Harvey Norman outlets in Australia have grown 4.3% y-o-y over the nine months, but 3Q sales were flat.
Revenue was negatively affected by a 2.9% deterioration in the NZ dollar, a 13.6% deterioration in the Euro and a 21.6% deterioration in the UK pound, the company added.
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