Tiffany Can Beat Up Your Retailer

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Tiffany & Co. hit an all-time high today. How does the company compare with other retailers?

Today on Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analyst Eric Bleeker discuss Tiffany's jump today. With Tiffany hitting a new all-time high, Chris details the retail company's recent quarterly reports, explaining that its profits have gone up 50% with global same-store sales also strong. Eric finds the company's financials look impressive, especially when compared with the struggling, luxury retailer Coach. Furthermore, Eric explains that Tiffany's sales per square inch is second to Apple

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