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Barclays initiates coverage of 11 luxury stocks after de-rating

Wed 22 September 2021 09:09 | A A A

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(Sharecast News) - Barclays initiated coverage on Wednesday of 11 stocks in the European luxury goods sector.

The bank said it's a secular growth and high-quality sector that has been trading at all-time highs, but the recent de-rating presents a "buying opportunity".

Barclays stated Swatch, Prada, LVMH, Richemont and Kering at 'overweight'. Meanwhile, Hermes, Moncler, Mulberry and Burberry were started at 'equalweight'. Tod's and Ferragamo were started at 'underweight' .

The bank said its preferred names are Swatch and LVMH, while its least preferred is Tod's.

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