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Bangladesh’s currency taka to weaken against dollar: Fitch Solutions



Garment exporters in Bangladesh are likely to benefit from the projected weakening of the country’s currency taka that will witness more depreciatory pressures against the US dollar, primarily due to imported inflation. A Fitch Solutions report forecast that the exchange rate would stand at Tk 85 per dollar this year and Tk 86.50 next year.

The country’s currency will be Tk 87 per dollar in 2023, Fitch said.

Its earlier forecast said the exchange would be at Tk 84.75 per dollar this year and Tk 85 next year.

Garment exporters in Bangladesh are likely to benefit from the projected weakening of the country’s currency taka that will witness more depreciatory pressures against the US dollar, primarily due to imported inflation. A Fitch Solutions report forecast that the exchange rate would stand at Tk 85 per dollar this year and Tk 86.50 next year.

Bangladesh Bank data showed that

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Chinese textile firms raked in $26.80 bn profits in Jan-Sept 2021



The textile industry of China grew steadily during the first three quarters of this year (January to September 2021) with textile firms collectively raking in profits worth 171.1 billion yuan (approximately $26.80 billion), a 31.7 per cent increase year-on-year (YoY), according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).

The collective value of textile companies with an annual operating revenue of 20 million yuan (approximately $3.13 million) or more went up by 6.3 per cent compared to 2020. The combined operating revenue reached 3.67 trillion yuan, up 15.6 per cent compared to the first three quarters of 2020, as per MIIT.

Online clothing sales in China also grew by 15.6 per cent YoY between January and September.

The textile industry of China grew steadily during the first three quarters of this year (January to September 2021) with textile firms collectively raking in profits worth 171.1 billion yuan

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American retailer Kohl’s achieves Q3 sales of $4.6 bn; raises outlook


Kohl’s Corp, a US-based leading omnichannel retailer, has reported a 15.6 per cent sales growth to $4.6 billion in the third quarter (Q3) of FY21 ended on October 30, 2021, over the sales of $3.9 billion in the same period of previous fiscal. Achieving strong Q3 results has led the company to raise its full year outlook and it expects sales to grow in mid-twenties percentage (previous expectations: low twenties) compared to FY20.

 

Kohl’s Corp, a leading omnichannel retailer, has posted 15.6 per cent sales growth to $4.6 billion in the third quarter (Q3) of FY21 over to the sales of $3.9 billion in the same period of previous fiscal. With strong Q3 results, Kohl’s has raised its FY21 outlook and expects sales to grow in mid-twenties percentage (earlier: low twenties) compared to FY20.

“Our strategic efforts to transform Kohl’s into the leading destination for the active and

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Japanese carbon fibre & apparel firm Teijin posts 15% sales jump in Q2


Teijin Limited, a Japanese manufacturer of carbon fibre and apparel products, posted a 15.0 per cent sales increase to ¥453.4 billion (Japanese yen) in the second quarter (Q2) of FY21 ended on September 30, 2021, over the same period of previous fiscal. Profit attributable to owners of parent during the quarter expanded 34.8 per cent to ¥21.6 billion (Q2 FY20: ¥16.0 billion).

 

Teijin Ltd, a Japanese manufacturer of carbon fibre and apparel products, posted 15 per cent sales rise to ¥453.4 billion (Japanese yen) in the second quarter (Q2) of FY21 ended on September 30, 2021, over the same period of previous fiscal. Profit attributable to owners of parent during the quarter expanded 34.8 per cent to ¥21.6 billion (¥16.0 billion).

Gross profit improved to ¥139.6 billion (¥126.2 billion), and company’s operating income marginally rose to ¥31.4 billion (¥31.0 billion).

 

Teijin Ltd, a Japanese manufacturer of carbon fibre

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NEWS: Kitchen Window in Uptown is Closing

Well dang. Kitchen Window is closing in Uptown. 

I just got off the phone with owner Doug Huemoeller who let me in on the news. After 35 years in the market, it’s safe to say that his store supported many a first-Thanksgiving episodes for apartment dwellers in the area. Me included. 

I remember walking the knives aisles and just dreaming about owning a Japanese blade some day. The very first artichoke heart dip that I made for a date in 1995 was baked in my first cast iron dish I got from KW. When they re-did the cooking school to include a patio where you could learn how to use the Green Egg grill/smokers, I thought: genius.

Huemoeller assured me that the reason they were closing had nothing to do with the much-talked-about state of the neighborhood. It’s completely personal and internal as to the decision to end their 35-year

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