PVH's stock rose more than 4 percent Thursday as investors cheered the company's latest quarterly results.
The clothing company reported adjusted first-quarter earnings per share of $1.50 on revenue of $1.92 billion, beating analysts' estimates, as its Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger businesses led the way.
Quarterly revenues from Calvin Klein increased 13 percent year over year, while Tommy Hilfiger's rose 4 percent.
The company also raised its full-year earnings guidance to a range of $6.45-$6.55 from $6.30-$6.50.
"Looking ahead to the remainder of 2016, we are increasing our earnings guidance on a non-GAAP basis for the year, while continuing to take a prudent approach to planning our business, as foreign currency and global consumer spending remain unpredictable and the U.S. retail market is increasingly volatile and promotional," CEO Emanuel Chirico said in a statement Wednesday.
Analysts at Piper Jaffray raised their price target on PVH's stock to $109 from $103 following the earnings release.
"While PVH is not immune to the domestic consumer malaise, we are pleased by the initial Q2 EPS guide of $1.25-$1.30 — ahead of the Street's $1.21 and implies a 24-28% Y/Y CC growth rate. We believe the strength in both Europe and China is solid for the brand portfolio to date," they said in a note to clients Wednesday.
PVH's stock has soared more than 27 percent this year, but has slid about 4 percent over the past month.
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—Reuters contributed to this report.
Disclosure: Piper makes a market in PVH.