Shares of Hanesbrands, Inc. (HBI) reached a new 52-week high of 107.87 dollars on Sep 5 after the company raisedits fiscal guidance following the completion of the DBApparel (DBA) takeover.As analyst

Michael Kors and Coach were big news Tuesday as both luxury fashion retailersreported seasonal figures. Meanqhile, market eyes are set on Polo Ralph Lauren,that will publish its first-quarter results

American Apparel was big news Tuesday, not only because the then ousted and now reinstated founderand CEO Dov Charney was back to school, but also because Bigger Capital Fund, LP, Bachelier, LLC and

Fashion and apparel retailers have been releasing corporate news and earnings for the past days, attractingall looks in the main stock exchanges around the clock. Michael Kors, American Apparel or Su

Thursday was a session quite packed with updates and new ratings onfashion major players such as Dillard’s, Zulily or Michael Kors. All received a market nod for their latest performance and co

A couple of faux pas marred the session on Tuesday, when MySale and PAS Group were set to gloomy trading debuts. Meanwhile, fallingsales figures from Scotland's high streets show shoppers remain caut

In Europe, main markets stumbled Wednesday, dragged down by poor employment figures in Germany. Meanwhile,US stocks barely moved on Wednesday and kept the S&P 500 near its newest intraday record.

American Eagle Outfitters Inc. will be reducing its footprint after its quarterlyfigures were severely cut down. The teen retailing chain said Wednesday it plans to close down 150 North American stor

British sports retailer JD Sports Fashion is reportedly going shopping yet again. The athletic apparel company is understoodto have acquired a stake in Leeds menswear independent The Hip Store. By th

A number of US apparel retailers on Thursday reported modest increases in salesat established stores for the month of April, as warmer weather saw shoppers venture out for spring clothing, as data co

Tuesday kicked off quite agitated at the main European bourses, with the Stoxx 600 Europe 0.6 percent higher in early trade, Germany's DAX rising 1.0 percent, the FTSE 100 adding 0.6 percent in the U

Thursday saw a good deal of movement within the apparel sector, with Mulberry and Lululemon Athletica making it to the news, both on their respective strategy's twists after worst-than-expected resul

Thursday trade on main stock exchanges was defined by Burberry, which presented its financial results for the six months ended in March. The British retailer was badly affected by currency exchanges

The London Stock Market held a busy session for fashion stocks, with JD Sports Fashion, Burberry, Debenhams and Next seeing a good deal of trade on corporate releases. Meanwhile, Mothercare remains u

Thursday all eyes were on Marks & Spencer, as the British retailer released its last quarterly results. The womenswear overhaul carried out by the high street champion is paying off already as th

Stocks across Europe finished with minor gains Thursday, with the Stoxx Europe 600 closing up 0.1 percent at 337.25 and ending with gains for the eighth consecutive session. Primark owner Associated

FTSE traded steadily late morning on Wednesday, on toll of a rebound in precious metals prices. The broader financial sector, supermarkets and property-related stocks also gained. FTSE 100 was up 14.

European equities edged higher on Thursday, lifted by a rise in telecoms equipment maker Alcatel and oil group Total which were both boosted by new Chinese deals. However, European markets were set t

Corporate reports kicked off the week for listed apparel companies worldwide. In Germany, Tom Tailor followed Adidas and advanced its intentions of focusing on profitability. Meanwhile, American Appa

It seems that 2013 was a good year for Samsonite, which closed the last twelve months with increased net profit of 176.09 million dollars, well ahead the 148.44 million dollars it recorded for the sa

Shares in British online fashion retailer Asos plunged as much as 20 percent on Tuesday as the firm increased its spending plans to deliver longer term growth at the expense of short-term profits. Th

Aeropostale made it to the news on Thursday after it reported its fifth straight quarterly loss and said it entered into a deal with private equity firm Sycamore Partners for a 5 percent stake. On t

European stocks dropped Wednesday to their lowest level in a month as Russia and Ukraine continued their standoff over the region of Crimea. US index futures and Asian shares also fell, reported Bloo

ANALYSIS_ 2013 was definitely a mixed year for apparel retailers in general and European brands in particular. But the second half of the year brought some green sprouts in the form of humble, yet s

American and Asian markets took the baton Tuesday, with the likes of A&F and Fast Retailing on the front foot. The teen apparel brand is seeing how its turnaround plan starts to pay off while the

Thursday, Ross Stores Inc. (ROST) reported a drop in profit for the fourth quarter on declining revenue with operating expenses rising amidst a highly competitive holiday-shopping period and severe w

Abercrombie & Fitch rallied Wednesday in New York, adding 9 percent on company's fourth-quarter profit that exceeded expectations. Additionally, the teen apparel retailer advanced it will acceler

Men's Wearhouse, Inc. (MW) noted a big drop Tuesday, with shares falling by over 5 percent on the day. The stock has shredded nearly 13 percent in the past month, noticeably shaken by the last develo

Thursday Tesco (LON:TSCO), said it's considering opening F&F clothing stores in Russia as part of a plan to expand its fashion brand's global presence. The stock traded steady on the back of the

Asian stocks posted broad-based gains on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen emphasised continuity with the policy approach taken by her predecessor and the Republican-controlled Ho