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Blue jeans giant Levi Strauss & Co.'s Thursday initial public offering is more than 10 times oversubscribed, sources familiar tell CNBC.
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Shares of General Mills jump 3.5 percent after the company reports an earnings beat.
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For the first time in more than three decades, investors can buy shares of Levi Strauss & Co., the world's biggest jeans seller.
Levi Strauss is expected to begin trading on Thursday. The move comes as its next closest U.S. competitors, VF Corp and Gap Inc., plan corporate shake-ups of their own and customers shift their shopping habits.
There's new and staggering data that support the fact that retailers should increasingly be scared of Amazon dominating e-commerce.
By 2028 the used-fashion market is set to skyrocket in value to $64 billion in the U.S., while fast-fashion will only reach $44 billion.