National Vision sees Q4 comparable sales up by 5-9% as pent-up demand moderates

National Vision

National Vision expects adjusted comparable store sales to grow by only 5 to 9 percent in the fourth quarter, after rising by 12.4 percent in the previous three months, as pent-up demand peters out. The third quarter experienced a strong rebound after comparable sales declined by 36.5 percent in the ...

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