These luxury stocks have the most to lose from the coronavirus, Cowen says

A man passes a Louis Vuitton store in Macau, China, on Friday, Dec. 10, 2010.
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Luxury retail companies that depend heavily on spending in China have a lot to lose from the coronavirus, according to Cowen. 

The firm said luxury fashion brands have an average of 14% revenue exposure in China, and a loss of this revenue will likely impact company earnings.

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