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Ralph Lauren Sees Faster Growth on Pricing, New Customers

  • Company sets three-year revenue targets that outpace estimates
  • Fashion brand has flexibility to selectively pursue M&A: CFO
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Ralph Lauren Corp. is targeting sales growth over the next three years that’s faster than Wall Street’s estimates, with the fashion brand aiming to pick up new customers and continuing to raise prices. 

The New York-based apparel company is targeting revenue growth in the mid-to-high single digits in each of the next three fiscal years, including the current one, according to a statement published Monday ahead of a presentation to investors. The new outlook, which excludes currency-related fluctuations, covers the fiscal years that run through the first three months of 2025.