Excepting the Nikkei, Asian markets ended slightly higher Thursday, bouncing back from recent declines on positive data in the region boosting sentiment and despite mainland Chinese markets remained

Wednesday trading in main European exchanges was weighted by the latest reports on dire consumer outlook, higher inflation rates and unstable labour data. In Milano, stocks within the luxury goods s

The week started in good shape, with Uniqlo and Michael Kors posting positive results that cheered up markets around the globe. Michael Kors Holdings Ltd. saw its fiscal third-quarter profit rose 77

European shares fell on Thursday, losing ground for the fifth time in six sessions as weaker earnings and persistent concerns over emerging markets discouraged investors. Main luxury goods companies

The FTSE100 was down 28.05 points at 6,544.28 by the end of session, while the broader FTSE250 shredded 27.52 points to close at 15,688.31. Mulberry was in everyone´s mouth after the stock drop

After five consecutive days of declines, two of the three major indexes in the US were trading upwards Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 74 points, or 0.47 percent, the S&P 500 is

European stocks were mixed Thursday as investors weighed manufacturing data in France and China. French manufacturing activity rose more than forecast in January. The purchasing managers’ index

In the US, shares ended Tuesday generally higher, led by some of the big names on the Nasdaq. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 44 points, lagging behind the other major averages. But the Standar

Thursday was yet again heavily weighted by corporate releases. In Switzerland, luxury giant Richemont posted a 2.8 percent increase in Q3 sales to 2.94 billion euro, while Primark’s Christmas f

Wednesday saw markets worldwide digest quite a handful of corporate releases from key actors within the apparel sector. Additionally, a World Bank report that said global growth is set to accelerate

The first full trading week of the year has started strong, with markets closing mixed Tuesday. Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank Clothiers saw their stocks fluctuating after the last chapter of their

The year 2013 was another giant leap of change in the fashion world. If the wheels of fashion seemed to be forever spinning in 2012 - the redundancies and appointments of Raf Simons and Dior and Hedi

2014 was not off to a bright start in Wall Street, as the three benchmark indexes traded lower on Thursday. Nevertheless, analysts pointed out that this is not necessary a sign of things to come, as

Despite high consumer confidence levels and tumbling unemployment, Tuesday appeared to be a gloomy day for clothing retailers. Express was one of those feeling the pain, seeing its trading dragged in

Wednesday left a handful of corporate releases that influenced trading at the international main stock markets. Inditex added pressure to ailing high street retailers with another outstanding set of

Main international markets closed lower Tuesday, with the S&P 500 losing its Monday record of 1,808.37. Asian benchmark indexes Nikkei 225 and Hong Kong's Hang Seng ended down as well as top Euro

Pacific Sunwear of California and Francesca’s reported third-quarter results in a week heavily weighted by the aftermaths of both Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Black Friday will take place in

Heavy discounting has done no good to US retail sales during the Thanksgiving weekend as shoppers spent about 3 percent less than they did a year earlier, as per data collated by industry group Natio

European markets ended Tuesday's session in the red, while investors were cautious ahead of a large number of U.S. economic reports to be released before the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday. In an u

Last wave of corporate results for apparel retailers in the US have prompted renewed concerns on weaker than desired Christmas sales. Leading companies in the trade have risen their worries on the ho

Wednesday retail stocks felt the cold at both sides of the Atlantic, with timid advances – if any – at the main European markets and the S&P 500 Retailing Industry Group receding 0.5

Big movers Tuesday were Urban Outfitters Inc, which reported an 18 percent rise in quarterly profit on Monday; Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) since rocketed to a new high on flat third-quarter earnings

American Apparel reported lower figures for the year to September, 30, blaming the weather as the main factor to have weighted down its performance. Meanwhile, Nordstrom (JWN_) beat Wall Street expec

Stronger than expected third-quarter profits and sales at Macy’s Inc. boosted US retail stocks to an all-time high Wednesday. On the downside, Perry Ellis International Inc., which stock fell 2

"We've had (an) unseasonal warm October and beginning of November and it's pretty tough out there," New Look´s Chief Executive Anders Kristiansen told the press on Tuesday, though he said the f

Wednesday brought a wave of hope for the apparel market, with the likes of Hermès, Ralph Lauren, Yoox and Zumiez releasing positive financial results and lifting their quarterly and annual out

Despite UK markets finished slightly lower on Tuesday as upbeat domestic economic data was outweighed by concerns about growth in the euro area, all looks were on major retail players. Primark and Ma

Closing the week, Jones Apparel Group and Body Central saw quite a deal of action after both reported seasonal fugures. Jones Group (NYSE:JNY) had a tough third quarter in its fiscal year 2013 due to

Next reverted the fate for the British high street on Wednesday and cheered investors with better than expected trading. The fashion retailer got around the unsettled weather and posted sales for the

In a week plentiful of corporate releases, analysts have set their looks on other apparel market players that offer good investment opportunities. L Brands, Foot Locker and TJX Cos were among the bes