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Aeffe Reports First-Half Profit

A strategic reorganization helped drive the company into the black in the first half.

Dior Couture Sales Rise 13.4% in First Half

The French fashion house said profit from recurring operations jumped 47 percent during the period.

Amazon, LVMH Shares Take Hit

WWD Global Stock Tracker falls 1.1 percent as markets in U.S. and Asia retreat.

Anya Hindmarch Takes Control of Japan Business

The country generates 35 percent of the brand’s worldwide revenues.

LVMH Shares Fall Sharply on Earnings Miss

The shares closed down 6.8 percent on Friday.

De Beers' Operating Profit, Sales Rise in H1

The diamond miner and marketer's first-half figures were boosted by favorable exchange rates.

Amazon Loss Widens to $126M in Q2

Sales for the period ended June 30 shot up 23.2 percent to $19.34 billion from $15.7 billion.

Activewear Stocks Lead Fashion Sector

Under Armour, Lululemon and Anta Sports help push the WWD Global Stock Tracker higher.

Luxottica Posts 11% Net Gain in Q2

Growth accelerated in the period, which also registered an all-time quarterly record in operating margin and free cash flow.

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LVMH Profits Slide on Asia Slump

The French luxury giant reported a 4.3 percent dip in net profits in the six months to June 30 to 1.51 billion euros, or $2.07 billion.

UK Retail Sales Hit 10-Year High in Q2, But Stagnate in June

The sales bolstered expectations that the economy has sustained its swift pace of recovery.

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