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G-III Apparel Group
(GIII - Get Report) reported earnings on Tuesday and its shares are currently lower.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer, co-manager of the
Action Alerts PLUS portfolio, called the selloff in GIII shares an "interesting opportunity."
During the conference call the company suggested its recent acquisition of G.H. Bass & Co. negatively affected the quarter, Cramer said. He will be talking with Manny Chirico, CEO of PVH Corp. (PVH), on his CNBC "Mad Money" TV show, and Chirico may be able to shed some light on GIII Apparel since the two companies are partners.
Cramer is a buyer of GIII at current levels.
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