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These stocks are like spewing volcanoes. You do not want to get hit by one of them.
In a Tuesday speech at the Boao Forum for Asia Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke of increasing imports, lowering foreign-ownership limits on manufacturing and expanding protection to intellectual property.
President Donald Trump's attempt to support the dollar has had only a temporary impact, with the greenback sinking back near fresh three-year lows and holding down gains for European stocks.
JD.com surged in premarket after it reported sales on $19.1 billion on Saturday's Singles' Day, while Alibaba reported sales of $25.3 billion during the shopping festival.
Its total haul of $19.1 billion dwarfed rival Alibaba's $25.3 billion, however.
The company says it will focus on luxury leather goods and accessories to attract new customers, and build on the strength of its apparel.
Nike is on its way to losing the top spot in the minds' of young consumers, Piper Jaffray says.
Dave & Busters and Buffalo Wild Wings will shell out to broadcast the fight at their restaurants.
The website is offering leather goods, shoes, accessories, watches and jewelry, luggage, and Les Parfums Louis Vuitton.
It pays to be in fashion, or so it seems.
Global demand for luxury goods has been strong.
The tech giant's head of retail says she wants to create a 'modern-day town square.'
European stocks rebounded Friday as investors shook off the pessimism of recent days, with price action supported by both M&A as well as corporate earnings news.
Dufry stock surged Friday after a filing with the Swiss regulator showed the world's second largest luxury goods firm, Richemont, jetting into fourth position on the duty-free retailer's shareholder register.
Hermes International traded higher Thursday after a strong set of first-quarter earnings that added to the gaining momentum of the luxury sector that has seen many houses report double-digit growth.
Kering shares hit an all-time high on Wednesday in Paris after the French luxury goods house reported a record performance in the first three months of the year.
M&A, French election relief and renewed talk of reforms to taxes and trade all helped to push European stocks higher Tuesday
European stocks extended gains Tuesday as global markets continued to rally in the wake of Emmanuel Macron's victory in Sunday's presidential elections in France and improving corporate earnings.
LVMH topped trading in Paris after it said it would buy out the minority interest held by Christian Dior in a deal it said would lift its earnings profile.
The fashion company said it would buy out the minority interest held by Christian Dior
European stocks are expected to extend gains Tuesday.
Shoppers have been snapping up accessories, especially leather goods, boosting the earnings of many luxury houses.
While Continental stocks reversed losses convincingly, London remained under pressure as ex-dividends weighed
The work stoppage today by Louis Vuitton leather workers was the first in 15 years.
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