The businesses that have recorded big profits amid coronavirus
COVID-19 restrictions haven’t equated to tough financial times for everyone.
Some retailers have benefited from coronavirus spending and recording record share prices.
The Reject Shop’s share price jumped above $7 yesterday, its highest level in two years and an enormous increase from its March low of $2.40.
Harvey Norman’s sales to the end of May are up 17.5 per cent, with its share price jumping almost 8 per cent yesterday.
Wesfarmers might be closing many Target stores, but they appear to be one of the biggest beneficiaries from the pandemic, closing up 5 per cent yesterday
Sales at Bunnings are up 19 per cent, and at Officeworks sales are up 28 per cent.
The figures come as consumer sentiment surveys start to rebound.
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