Markets turned to Europe on Thursday, after an American-dominated session on Wednesday. Big players were Hermès International and adidas Group, with respective rising revenues (+22.7 percent f

Asian stock indexes ended higher on Wednesday following the reelection of U.S. President Barack Obama, with the incumbent’s victory seen as removing uncertainly. In Hong Kong, notable gainers i

In a session heavily weighted not only by the aftermaths of Hurricane Sandy yet also by the presidential elections night ahead, US traded apparel stocks ended mixed on Tuesday, weighting the FashionU

Generalized stronger sales in October for the majority of traded US retailers has helped the idea of shoppers starting to recover their confidence in a better prospect for the national economy. Main

Tough session at Wall Street on Wednesday, as the Stock Exchange Market re-opened after Hurricane Sandy left the city. American equity markets were closed Oct. 29 and 30, the first consecutive shutdo

In Europe, Grupo Santander kicked off the week reiterating their ‘buy’ rating on shares of Inditex SA in a research note issued to investors on Monday. The firm currently has a 148.05 dol

Retailers were on the front foot Thursday thanks to Debenhams and Asos posting solid results. Shares in Debenhams, up 59 percent over the last year, rose 6 percent after it increased its target for

“Puma posted a moderate increase in sales in the third quarter despite the challenging business climate in Europe,” said Franz Koch, CEO of Puma SE. “We have taken decisive actions

Luxury stocks had everyone talking on Tuesday, with British Mulberry and Burberry leading the losers’ wagon while its American peer Coach shone in an otherwise opaque session. The FTSE 100 has

Thursday left a good deal of updates on ratings and stock-coverage, being PPR, Gildan and Limited Brands the ones that arose more interest. Also Michael Kors was under the limelight. BMO Capital Mark

Zumiez has been a broadly commented stock due to been highly favoured by investors. However, it seems as the retailer is now losing its fuel and been downgraded by a handful of analysts. Meanwhile, i

Tuesday left a handful of executive appointments within the apparel industry. From Gap to Alfred Dunhill, there are many companies that have added new talent to their Boards, aimed to shake of the du

Thursday was a session with a strong Eastern accent, as main players were Japanese Fast Retailing and Australian Billabong. While the parent company of Uniqlo sees it profit forecast below estimates,

The FashionUnited Top 100 Index, which gather the largest 100 fashion and apparel quoted companies by market cap, closed down on Wednesday, losing 7.1 points to close at 1,414.96. Burberry and Americ

Markets closed mixed on Tuesday, with Inditex's owned Zara leading in the UK and Ann Taylor and Polo Ralph Lauren being big news in the Americas. Levi Strauss posted dissapointing figures, specially

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"The (Chinese) consumer is becoming more discerning and sophisticated. At the same time the economy seems to be slowing, creating short-time challenges for retailers," Charlie Denson, president for t

Hong Kong-based fashion chain Esprit missed market’s estimates for second half of the year and saw its shares dive on late trade Wednesday. Its fashion pees also saw a gloomy session Wednesday,

In a session dominated by stocks trading in Asia, Prada posted a 59.5 percent hike in net profit during the first half of the year while later Hong Kong-based Esprit registered a 11 percent fall in r

Kathmandu and Billabong stocks got the industry talking on Thursday, after posting weaker than expected figures the first and losing its second bidder the latter. Moss Bros and American Eagle Outfitt

French Connection has had a tough first half of the year, as it saw how its revenue was down by 7 percent to 96 million pounds. Meanwhile, ASOS sold 31 percent plus, totaling to 145.2 million pounds.

Big news on Tuesday was JD Sports Fashion Plc, which saw its first half of the year’s profit before tax decreased to 2.9 million pounds (4.71 million dollars) from 20.1 million pounds (32.6424

UK stocks climbed Thursday  to a three-week high before the U.S. Federal Reserve releases a statement that may initiate another round of bond buying to spur economic growth. Next, John Lewis and

American Eagle Outfitters positively surprised its investors Wednesday with an special dividend of 1.50 dollars. “The special cash dividend is a component of our capital allocation plan, which

The London Stock Exchange witnessed Tuesday how Burberry shattered the entire luxury goods sector by the time SuperGroup surged 7 percent thanks to a 10 percent increase in sales for the last quarter

Markets closed mixed Thursday, expecting macroeconomic announcements at both shores of the Atlantic. G-III got analysts talking yet without reaching a consensus: some have downgraded the stock while

G-III Apparel Group Ltd.'s saw its fiscal second-quarter earnings falling 13 percent due to the high cost of their new acquired luxury resort brand. Lululemon and Zumiez also were in the spotlight, y

Fast Retailing Co. became one of the movers in the Tokio stock exchange after it slumped 60 yen to 18,080 yen and J. Front Retailing Co. Ltd slid 1 yen to 397 yen. At that time, the Nikkei index in T

This year, back to school sales are more suitable than ever for the main American fashion retailers, including the likes of Macy’s, Ross, Nordstrom or Gap. Many apparel groups have posted stron

Wednesday closed plenty of relevant news for a handful of fashion champions. Whil J.Crew saw its revenue hiking 21 percent, Tiffany remained cautious as revised its forecast. JD Sports Fashion had a