Shares of luxury goods maker Gucci ( GUC) were down after the company said pre-Christmas sales have been soft and lowered its full-year EPS guidance for the second time. Recently, shares of the company were down nearly 1%, or 88 cents, to $89.72 on the New York Stock Exchange. Amsterdam-based Gucci said it now expects to earn 2.02 euros a share for 2003, down from its previously revised figure of 2.60 euros a share. The company said the travel, tourism and luxury goods industries have been affected by weak demand and fears of terrorism. The company expects revenue in a range of 2.5 billion to 2.6 billion euros. Gucci had originally expected to earn 2.6 billion euros. The company said revenue increased in November, but at a slower pace than October's 10% increase. Last year, the fourth-quarter accounted for 28% of the company's full-year revenue. Gucci will release its third-quarter results on Dec. 19.