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  • PARIS, Oct 3- Louis Vuitton is branching out into luxury pens and stationery as the upmarket leather bag maker looks for new ways to retain its exclusive image, after it launched high-end jewellery and hired an expert to create a perfume.

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    As U.S. retailers head into the crucial back-to-school season, one analyst shared some of her top picks and argued that retailers’ past momentum could augur future strength.

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    Investors in the retail space might do well to think twice about picking luxury brands right now, “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer said Wednesday.

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    Overall, retailers' June sales are concerning. Back-to-school is the second biggest "season" for retail after the Christmas holidays, and it's just around the corner. Many analysts think retailers will have to offer aggressive promotions to win consumer dollars. A number of retail analysts even took the step of downgrading retail stocks based on their concerns about a pullback in consumer spending.

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    Momentum feeds on momentum, but the "Mad Money" host warns investors to watch out for uber-growth stocks like beauty brand Ulta Salon.

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    With the current low dividend tax rates due to expire at the end of the year, think twice before you rebalance your portfolio, advises the president of investment firm Broadleaf Partners.

  • A young couple makes a purchase at a Burberry luxury store.

    Some of the country’s top luxury brands have been the victims of an elaborate global counterfeiting and smuggling scheme, the Department of Justice said Friday.

  • Brick-and-mortar retailers in electronics and home furnishings face growing pressure as online giant Amazon grows in those areas.

  • New York Fashion Week kicks off its fall runway shows Feb. 9, and the “Fast Money” traders highlight stocks with pizzazz.

  • High-end retail showed strength as shares of Ralph Lauren and Coach set all-time highs, but not all stocks are created equal, “Fast Money” experts said.

  • Can High End Consumer Fuel Luxury Boom?

    Ralph Lauren is gaining momentum in handbags and footwear, says Michael Binetti, UBS analyst.

  • Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul , Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum. All of them have been tough on President Barack Obama, especially on issues pertaining to the stock market and economy.No matter who wins the Republican presidential nomination, one fact remains: President Obama will be in office at least for the next year – at least. Read on for what Cramer’s “Obama-resistant” investment strategies.

    No matter who wins the Republican presidential nomination, one fact remains: President Obama will be in office at least for the next year. Read on for Cramer’s “Obama-resistant” investment strategies.

  • Retail stocks dipped slightly midday, but the “Fast Money” pros still see bright spots away from ultra-luxury names.

  • A model walks the runway at the Michael Kors Spring 2012 fashion show.

    After pricing at $20 — higher than the expected $17-19 range — Michael Kors shares debuted with a 25 percent pop. This was certainly no Prada IPO. Investors are betting that KORS has a long runway ahead.

  • Luxury retailer's guidance could spell trouble for sector, but all high-end retail stocks are not created the same, Fast Money pros said.

  • Cracks in High End Retail?

    Tiffany shares are plunging Tuesday as investors focus on the company's poor Q4 outlook, with the Fast Money team. The traders also explain why Black Friday wasn't a success for all retailers.

  • The apparel maker saw a 31 percent year-to-date increase in its stock price, but now might not be the time to buy it, Fast Money pros said.

  • Cold Weather Effect on Retail

    A look at how record cold weather for October is impacting sales at retailers like Ralph Lauren and Nike, with CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

  • Retail Stocks on Fire

    A look at retail stocks like Nike, Limited and Ralph Lauren, with the Fast Money crew.

  • In today’s world of business, daughters are just as likely as sons to be the heir-apparent to the family business. From North America to Europe to Asia, there’s a generation of heir apparents with the skills and experience to run some of the world’s most high-profile firms. All of these women could probably make it without help from ‘Daddy.’ They’re smart and savvy, have earned world-class degrees, and are business leaders in their own right. More important, they have a major stake in the family

    In today’s world, daughters are just as likely as sons to be the heirs-apparent to the family business. Find out who they are.