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    European shares are seen clawing back some of the losses they saw on Monday, but persisting concerns over the debt crisis in Europe could keep gains in check.

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    With Coach shares hovering around an all-time high, it seems investors have put any worries about China on the back burner for now. But investors will be looking for the next leg of growth when Coach reports earnings Tuesday. Is the men's business the answer?

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    Take a look at some of Tuesday’s morning movers:

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    Lululemon Athletica ventured out of its core North America comfort zone this weekend and officially landed in London. You didn’t hear the news? That is probably because it was not in the news and that is the way the company prefers it.

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    Although the latest inflation data from China was hot, top trader Zach Karabell tells us it's bullish for Ralph Lauren and others. Huh?

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    Get into equities, but carefully, Hugh Johnson, chairman of Hugh Johnson Advisors, told CNBC Wednesday.

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    Upscale shoppers and bargain hunters have one thing in common despite their economic difference — high gas prices aren't putting a dent in their shopping despite what some surveys have said.

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    Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill reached 37 new record highs so far this year, the most in the S&P 500. 

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    Luxury retailer Neiman Marcus announced plans to launch an ecommerce website in China by year-end to cash in on the country’s strong interest in high-end brands and growing spending power.

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    Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, looks at another way you can play China if you can’t take the heat from the industrials.

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    London's Big Egg Hunt, sponsored by Faberge, may boost retail sales in the city the same way the Royal Wedding did last year.

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    Most stocks have done a lot better since CNBC’s Mark Haines called a market bottom three years ago today and Rosecliff Capital Managing Partner Michael Murphy took a look at some of the biggest gainers in the three years since that call.

  • Stocks logged a gain for the second session Thursday as investors were optimistic Greece will likely clear a key hurdle with private creditors to avoid a disorderly default and ahead of a key government jobs report on Friday.

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    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.

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    Gender roles are no longer trendy when it comes to luxury shopping.

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    Losing mainland shoppers could spell trouble for Hong Kong’s retail and real estate sectors, which over the past five years have become increasingly reliant on it.

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    Just as blogging platforms and social media gave voice to new tastemakers and opened a door for bloggers participate in collaborations with fashion designers and to sit in the coveted front row at fashion shows, Polyvore is exerting its own force on the industry, and evidence of this was very clear at this week's New York Fashion Week.

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    While Valentine's Day in the U.K. may not be as “in your face” as it is in the U.S., the British are catching on quickly to the American love affair with the commercialized holiday.

  • Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, shows examples of divergence among stocks in the same sector.

  • 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.