Why Zara’s Owner Should Be on Investors’ Shopping List

People wait in line to get into a Zara store amid the coronavirus pandemic, Nov. 6, 2020, in Los Angeles, California.


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Zara owner

Inditex

has developed an innovative way to manage its inventory, a move that has been overlooked by the market. The system is driving down costs and increasing profit margins, and that isn’t yet factored into the share price.

The world’s largest fashion retailer (ticker ITX.Spain) is expensive, fetching a high multiple of 27 times this year’s expected earnings, but it is valued in line with its peers.

The stock price already incorporates

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Just a Really Great List of All the Black-Owned Fashion Items I’m Shopping Now

Everyone has their go-to procrastination tactic—maybe you find yourself refreshing your Instagram feed, whipping up an elaborate meal, or going for a leisurely walk when you’re putting off a task. My personal coping mechanism? Making shopping lists. No matter what mood I’m in or why exactly I’m looking to kill time, my first instinct is to draw up a list of things I need—well, more often than not, things I want but don’t actually need. Grocery lists, arbitrary to-do lists, and yes, shopping lists.

Being a fashion editor, I keep a running tab of my favorite brands and boutiques

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