On its behalf, turnover reached $ 9.14 billion, up 1.1%, in line with expectations.
"The first quarter was a strong quarter and a good start to the year," said Hubert Joly, Best Buy President and Chief Executive.
“We achieved similar sales sales growth at the top end of our forecast and achieved a higher than average profitability, and in addition to these strong financial results, we continued to make significant progress in implementing our Best Buy 2020 strategy to achieve this. We enrich our lives through technology and further develop our competitive differentiation, "he added.
For the whole year, Best Buy confirmed its forecast despite comments on tariffs.
So the group expect earnings to be adjusted by a share of between $ 5.45 and $ 5.65 and a turnover of $ 42.9 billion to $ 43.9 billion.
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