Dallas, Texas 04/21/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Aeropostale Inc (NYSE:ARO) the mail order business with a difference has now proposed that it will rework some of its financial stock market strategies to ensure higher financial management leverage. The company has typically been operating in the form of mall-based services with a special focus on retail as well as casual apparel besides accessories.
Aeropostale Inc (NYSE:ARO) has been focused on developing its services for buyers who are aged 14 years to 17 years old women as well as men’s range. The stores have specialty range of PS from Aeropostale 4 to 12 year old kids. These products are purchasable over the internet as well. The stores operate in US, Canada as well as Puerto Rico and Middle East and South East Asia as well.
Aeropostale Inc (NYSE:ARO) has a market capital of $352.67 million. The company opened its trading session at prices of $4.62. The daily average trading for this stock has been trading between $4.43 and $4.63. The company’s 52 week trading low of $4.30 and high of $17.10. It also has EPs of -1.81. The Outstanding shares are 78.50 million and beta is 1.96.
Aeropostale Inc (NYSE:ARO) will now offer a range of special online fashion footwear for women as well, with apparel retailer going full steam. This line will not be an entire start-up for the company but will be purchased from GoJane.com.
Aeropostale Inc (NYSE:ARO) will offer three level stores across the New York City and has over 19,000 square foot of store space. It also holds massive areas in the Times Square Section of New York city.
Aeropostale Inc (NYSE:ARO) currently offer Aeropostale as well as PS from Aeropostale products in the exclusive Times Square Store as well.
Accessories and Online apparel stores have been performing below par and the next few quarters will define the future of where AeropostaleInc will reach in terms of market presence as well as financial results.
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