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Why Restoration Hardware Holdings Inc Shares Crashed

Management also expects adjusted operating margin to fall 120 basis points in Q4 while comparable brand growth is expected to increase just 9%. "When we pause and think about the current market uncertainty," wrote Chairman and CEO Gary Friedman in a letter to shareholders, "our bias is to de-risk our strategy in the short term, focus on sharpening execution in our core business, and continue to invest in the important long-term strategies that will continue to fuel our growth and strengthen our brand." Of course, with the shares now off a whopping 65% from their 52-week highs, management has plenty of work ahead in regaining confidence.

Now what: Management also expects adjusted operating margin to fall 120 basis points in Q4 while comparable brand growth is expected to increase just 9%. "When we pause and think about the current market uncertainty," wrote Chairman and CEO Gary Friedman in a letter to shareholders, "our bias is to de-risk our strategy in the short term, focus on sharpening execution in our core business, and continue to invest in the important long-term strategies that will continue to fuel our growth and strengthen our brand." Of course, with the shares now off a whopping 65% from their 52-week highs, management has plenty of work ahead in regaining investor confidence.

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