Crocs Stock Pops On Earnings: CFO Details Key Areas Set To Fuel Future Growth

It’s a retail revival in the market, with apparel stocks looking hot as the economy continues to recover. One of the hottest? Crocs, which popped 10% in reaction to a strong quarterly report in late July. That’s after hitting a low of roughly 8 bucks a share in March 2020, and now, it’s above the 130 mark. Crocs CFO Anne Mehlman discusses what’s ahead for the shoe company.

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