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Hugo Boss AG (BOSSn.DE)

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2 Dec 2016
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Wed, Nov 16 2016

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Hugo Boss sees revival plan bearing fruit in 2018

BERLIN The new chief executive of Hugo Boss said a plan to revive the struggling German fashion house by cutting brands and seeking to appeal to fashion-conscious younger customers will only bear fruit from 2018, sending its shares lower on Wednesday.

UPDATE 3-Hugo Boss sees revival plan bearing fruit in 2018

* Shares down 6.4 pct (Adds comments from investor presentation, updates shares)

Hugo Boss expects to return to growth by 2018

BERLIN, Nov 16 The new chief executive of Hugo Boss said he expects to return the struggling German fashion house to growth in 2018 as he announced plans to slim down its brand portfolio in a bid to appeal to younger customers at lower prices.

UPDATE 2-Hugo Boss shares jump on China upturn and wider cost cutting

BERLIN, Nov 2 Shares in Hugo Boss rose nearly 7 percent on Wednesday after it announced a recovery in sales in China and higher cost savings as new boss Mark Langer sets out to revive the struggling German fashion house.

BRIEF-Hugo Boss says hurt by tough environment in Germany

* Ceo says can't escape difficult market environment in germany Further company coverage: (Reporting by Frankfurt Newsroom)

Hugo Boss ups cost cut target to support profits

BERLIN, Nov 2 German fashion house Hugo Boss beat forecasts for third-quarter net profit on Wednesday and said earnings for the full year would be supported by higher cost savings than originally planned, including renegotiated store rents.

German watchdog to investigate February trades in Hugo Boss shares

FRANKFURT German financial watchdog Bafin has launched an insider trading probe into a drop in the price of Hugo Boss shares in February, a spokeswoman for Bafin said on Friday.

UPDATE 1-German watchdog to investigate February trades in Hugo Boss shares

* Says routine checks have prompted insider trading probe (Adds further details on investigation, background)

German watchdog to investigate February trades in Hugo Boss shares

FRANKFURT, Oct 28 German financial watchdog Bafin has launched an insider trading probe into a drop in the price of Hugo Boss shares in February, a spokeswoman for Bafin said on Friday.

Hugo Boss CEO says wants to abandon luxury segment: Handelsblatt

FRANKFURT German fashion house Hugo Boss is planning to abandon the luxury market and go back to is roots of selling premium men's clothing, its chief executive told Handelsblatt.

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