Capri Holdings Ltd.’s stock fell 11% Wednesday, after the parent of the Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo brands swung to a loss in its fiscal fourth-quarter as revenue slid more than 10%.

Revenue fell at all three brands, and the company CPRI highlighted a challenging environment in its home market, contrasting with strength in China. Other retailers have highlighted the recovering Chinese market this earnings season, which was still mostly shut down a year ago due to COVID lockdowns.


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