SINGAPORE -Singapore-listed fashion and lifestyle group F J Benjamin Holdings reported on Friday that net loss for the full year further widened by 35 per cent to S$23 million.
Revenue for the 12 months to June 30 fell 14 per cent to S$253.6 million.
It said "sluggish consumer demand, restructuring costs and currency depreciation hurt its bottom line".
Yearly net loss per share was 4.04 cents, down from a loss of 2.99 cents a year ago.
Net asset value per share was 10.81 cents as at June 30, down from 14.94 cents a year ago.
The firm just announced on Thursday that it secure exclusive distribution rights to bring the Marc Jacobs brand to Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.