Coty (COTY), Elf (ELF) Tick Higher on Nielsen Data
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Coty (NYSE: COTY) ticked higher mid-day as Jefferies noted Nielsen data showed that mass beauty sales rose 6%. The firm noted most categories moderated despite reponing, reduced mask-wearing, etc., "suggesting the demand environment that has yet to fully recover."
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