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Discretionary retail thrives as we spend up big at home

Discretionary retail thrives as we spend up big at home

For more evidence that discretionary retail is absolutely booming right now, particularly the furniture and homewares category, look no further than Nick Scali’s (ASX:NCK) strong FY20 result and near-term outlook. NCK’s result follows hot on the heels of strong updates by key homewares peers, Temple & Webster (ASX:TPW) and Beacon Lighting (ASX:BLX), and reinforces our conviction in Adairs (ASX:ADH) heading into results season.


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Dominic is the Portfolio Manager of the Montgomery Small Companies Fund. Dominic joined Montgomery in August 2019 after spending thirteen years specialising in smaller companies in portfolio management and equities research. Most recently, Dominic was a Portfolio Manager and Senior Research Analyst at MHOR Asset Management in Sydney for three years. Prior to this, he ran Deutsche Bank’s Small Caps Equity Research Team in Sydney for six years. He was also previously Head of Research at Foster Stockbroking.  

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