On the pandemic-spurred strength of do-it-yourselfers and construction contractors, Home Depot hammered home record results for the quarter that ended the last week of July,... Home Depot builds through the pandemic

On the pandemic-spurred strength of do-it-yourselfers and construction contractors, Home Depot hammered home record results for the quarter that ended the last week of July, the company said Tuesday. The home-improvement giant reported sales of $38.1 billion and net earnings of $4.3 billion, both up about 23% from the same quarter a year earlier. Home Depot has always aimed at both consumers who work on their own homes and the professionals they hire, and both groups are buying more materials, said Richard McPhail, chief financial officer.

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