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Iconic luxury footwear maker Jimmy Choo set to outpace larger competitors, analysts say.
Hugo Boss says it will focus on two core brands, but fruit of restructuring will only come in 2018.
Revenue grows at 6% on an organic basis, bucking the trend among European luxury firms.
The French group will post growth of more than 10% despite a stalled luxury market, the analysts say.
If high-end shoppers stay away, it is unwelcome news for Nordstrom, says Wall Street. Travel, leisure and home appliance spending may be detracting from luxury retail.
The German luxury goods maker will close 20 stores worldwide.
Salvatore Ferragamo highlighted that higher returns are still possible for luxury retail, even in a tough market.
Hugo Boss altered pricing strategy in China and the U.S.
Lufthansa loses altitude, while Commerzbank slips and Hugo Boss promises to close stores after first-quarter misery.
Hugo Boss shares lose as markets brace for a slew of corporate earnings releases next week, risk is off the table.
European stock markets rise on Friday, following Asia higher.
European stock indices were mixed Tuesday, ceding some of yesterday's strong gains. Consumer prices fell but mining and oil stocks rose.
European stocks were mixed on Thursday, with the U.K. leading the continent's major indices as mining groups rebounded.
European stocks are mixed on Tuesday, with the energy-heavy U.K. benchmark moving lower as oil prices slide
European stocks lose some steam on Wednesday amid uncertainty over how Greece's bailout demands will play out.
European stocks are bleeding red again on Friday amid flat eurozone industrial production and a lower forecast for global oil demand in 2015.
European stocks edge lower after the European Commission cut eurozone growth forecasts but stopped short of stating that any of the 18 member countries face economic contraction next year.
European stock indices declined on Thursday, taking their cue from a weak day of trading in Asia and heavy falls on Wall Street on Wednesday.
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