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Textiles, Apparel and Luxury Goods
Luxury goods giant LVMH is reportedly interested in acquiring Coach. Here are three reasons why that move could make perfect sense.
Blue-chip stocks are the stable bellwethers of their industries. Does lululemon athletica have what it takes?
Is TAG Heuer getting ready to declare war on Apple Watch with a high-end smartwatch of its own?
Coach has had a rough go of it during the last few years, but investors have reason to be hopeful that the next few years will be better.
Luxury watchmakers are engaging in a quiet war to get their names associated with some of the biggest sporting events in the world as they try to connect with the growing population of affluent sports fans.
Michael Kors' quarterly report included many bullish numbers, but most important was the confirmation of global growth.
Tiffany, Burberry, and Louis Vuitton are having a good start to 2014, in part due to robust sales in Japan and the U.S. Does this indicate that consumers are showing more interest in luxury goods?
It's fairly well known that Coach's North American growth story is running into difficulties. However, is that the case in what will soon be the world's largest luxury market, China?
Michael Kors is giving age-old European fashion brands like Louis Vuitton a run for their money.
Despite a rather gloomy outlook for some of the big names in the luxury territory, there are three reasons for rejoice: Young, urban, and male. According to HSBC, an emerging cultural subset is going to give luxury players a much needed shot in the arm.