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Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, Dec. 20.
Some eight years after its U.S. arm filed Chapter 11, the luggage maker has successfully shifted its base -- and focus -- to Asia.
Since coming close to bankruptcy, the century-old luggage maker has shifted its base and changed its market strategy to cope with the way the world travels today.
Investors should look to stocks that serve the all-powerful Chinese consumer.
After a torrid three years, jewelry retailers appear to be striking gold again in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong's retail sales are horrible, down double digits in a year.
Chinese yuan are converting into U.S. dollars at an intense pace as Chinese tourists become more adventurous.
The Nikkei falls in Tokyo despite better-than-expected retail sales data.
Multiple mergers and acquisition stories affected stocks today.
The Hong Kong-listed buyer will use the acquisition to enter the market for luxury bags.
European stocks are mostly higher on Friday, with the London benchmark holding its own against eurozone peers as mining shares enjoy another day of strong gains.
U.S. stock futures are slightly higher Thursday following two days of gains on Wall Street.
European stocks are mixed on Thursday as mining shares stoke modest gains in London but eurozone indices stutter.
Investors may be spooked by the devaluation of the yuan and other economic developments, but China has continued to generate healthy sales of consumer goods.
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