Lululemon Q1 earnings outpace analyst expectations, company ups 2019 guidance

VANCOUVER -- Lululemon Athletica Inc.'s first-quarter earnings outpaced analyst expectations as the athleisure retailer remains confident in its ambitious growth plan for the next several years.

"We are very pleased to see continued, strong momentum in the business," said CEO Calvin McDonald Wednesday during a conference call with analysts.

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