PVH Corp. shares outperform peers amid broader market downturn By

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NEW YORK – Shares of PVH Corp. (NYSE:), the parent company of iconic brands such as Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, experienced a slight decline today, closing at $103.92, a 0.34% drop. This movement came amid a general dip in the market, with the and falling by 0.06% and 0.22%, respectively. Despite the broader market’s downward trend, PVH Corp.’s stock managed to outshine competitors including VF Corp (NYSE:)., Bath & Body Works (NYSE:), and Under Armour (NYSE:).

The trading volume for PVH Corp. was notably higher than its 50-day average, with approximately 1.2 million shares changing hands.

The stock’s resilience in comparison to its peers suggests investor confidence in PVH Corp.’s strategic direction and brand strength, even as market conditions remain volatile. The company has been working on expanding its digital presence and adapting to changing consumer trends, which may be factors contributing to its relative outperformance on a day when many stocks saw declines.

As market watchers continue to assess the health of the retail sector amid broader economic concerns, PVH Corp.’s performance will likely remain under scrutiny, especially if trading volumes continue to exceed average levels.

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