From China woes to a shift in consumer tastes; the raft of headwinds weighing on luxury means the sector may be forced to embrace a new normal. » Read More
The initial market reaction to terrorist assaults on Paris has been muted, but traders are watching French tourism-related stocks.
Shares in some of Europe's largest travel and leisure firms fell on Monday after the terror attacks launched against Paris over the weekend.
European equities closed sharply lower on Friday as slumping commodity prices and weak earnings reports weighed on investor sentiment.
Upscale Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer has unveiled its first smartwatch called the Connected Watch.
Multiple consumer surveys aren't boding well for the premium handbag market going into retail's most important time of year.
European stocks closed sharply higher Friday, as investors cheered China's central bank as it cut interest rates and digested more earnings.
Europe closed higher on Thursday, as investors shrugged off the downturn in oil prices and concentrated on corporate earnings.
European equities ended in the red on Wednesday, as investors failed to shake off concerns over the economic slowdown in China.
European stocks closed in the red on Tuesday as investors failed to shake off fresh concerns of a slowdown in China's economy.
Even the Chinese have had no success engraving a luxury brand into consumers' minds that compares with Europe's best in class.
Tag Heuer will unveil its Android-powered smartwatch on Nov. 9 at the LVMH building in New York, CEO Jean-Claude Biver said Tuesday.
European equities finished Wednesday in the green, as takeover talk and rising oil prices kept investors happy as they awaited the outcome of the ongoing Fed meeting.
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J.C. Penney shares were up more than 3 percent Monday, defying a down day for the markets.
The departure of maverick founder Takao Yasuda has unnerved investors in Japanese retailer Don Quijote, the Financial Times reports.
European markets closed mixed on Friday, while investors remained vigilant after a roller-coaster week in global equity markets.
Department stores are keying in on the beauty segment as a means to jump-start stagnant sales.
The recent stock market rout and currency devaluation have dealt a blow to China's luxury market, the New York Times reports.
European stock markets faced severe selling on Friday, with major markets crashing in excess of 2.5 percent.
We are in the meat of earnings season for retailers, and there are very clear winners and losers emerging.