Kering (KER) Eur4 (CDI)
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22 September 2021 09:09
(Sharecast News) - Barclays initiated coverage on Wednesday of 11 stocks in the European luxury goods sector.
23 June 2021 08:48
(Sharecast News) - HSBC downgraded Burberry to 'hold' from 'buy' on Wednesday and cut the target price to 2,350p from 2,400p, saying it's time to take a breather after a solid run.
17 February 2021 08:28
(Sharecast News) - Gucci owner Kering reported a fall in full-year sales as Covid-19 travel restrictions kept customers from its luxury stores, but signalled a recovery in the second half.
5 December 2019 08:54
(Sharecast News) - Shares of luxury down jacket and ski wear maker Moncler surged on Thursday following a report that France's Kering could be interested in buying the company.
12 February 2019 10:40
(Sharecast News) - The owner of luxury brands Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent has shrugged off growing concerns about the strength of Chinese economy to post forecast-beating results.
10 October 2018 12:29
(Sharecast News) - Luxury fashion brand Burberry was under pressure on Wednesday amid concerns about Chinese demand for luxury goods as Morgan Stanley suggested it may have peaked.
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