INTERVIEW | Retailers without in-store credit offering will struggle to find growth - Lewis CEO

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Lewis' headline earnings per share rose 136.9% for the year to end March.
Lewis' headline earnings per share rose 136.9% for the year to end March.
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A furniture and appliance retailer that is largely credit-based in an ailing economy with cash-strapped consumers is bound to face difficulties. But this was not the experience of Lewis as it boasted a 136.9% rise in headline earnings per share attributable to significant customer payments.

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