LVMH's Arnault sees victory for Emmanuel Macron or Francois Fillon in the French presidential elections over far-right rival Marine Le Pen.
LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault talks to CNBC about the French capital’s burgeoning tech scene and the evolution of the digital age.
Two of the French presidential candidates are seen as market-friendly: Francois Fillon and Emmanuel Macron. LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault gives his view on the election.
Designer labels face several major headwinds when it comes to producing goods in the USA.
Charles Sizemore, CIO at Sizemore Capital Management, explains why he favors LVMH, L Brands and Pfizer stocks this Valentine's Day.
The strong showing provided further evidence of a recovery in the luxury goods sector, after rivals LVMH Hermes struck upbeat notes.
Luxury fashion retailers are gaining ground online — but they're still lagging much of the retail industry when it comes to digital sales.
LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault warns of impending doom on luxury retail for 2017. CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports.
European markets closed lower on Friday with investors digesting corporate earnings and fluctuations in currency markets.
LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault says he is looking at the second half of 2017 with a great caution due to factors including geopolitical risk.
U.S. equities closed mixed on Thursday after hitting new record highs, as investors digested several key earnings reports.
The Dow burst through 20,000 after just a two-month, 1000-point ride, and strategists say stocks could continue to move up for now, as retail investors are lured in.
Stocks closed at all-time highs after a series of executive orders from President Donald Trump increased bullish sentiment on Wall Street.
Stocks rose as on Tuesday, with materials spiking more than 2 percent on the back of more executive orders from Donald Trump.
U.S. equities fell on Monday, but closed off session lows, as investors looked for more details regarding President Donald Trump's policies.
European markets closed flat as investors cautiously awaited the inauguration of soon-to-be U.S. President Donald Trump.
The luxury market seems to have found a bottom — and investors are betting that Tiffany will be the next beneficiary.
“(The Fendi sisters) had tons of energy and I think I had a little good energy too. So it worked, it was great," Karl Lagerfeld tells CNBC.
An analysis of corporate CEOs visiting Trump Tower shows that their stocks have risen and outperformed the market on the day of their visit with Trump.
The gains in Fiat Chrysler, Alibaba and LVMH contrast with the declines in other stocks after negative comments from Donald Trump.