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LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE (LVMH.PA)

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Wed, Feb 8 2017

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LVMH snaps up some strategic hand-me-downs

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - LVMH is coming round to a “small is beautiful” mindset. The luxury group attained its 94 billion euro market capitalisation via an M&A spree a decade ago, but is now changing tack. Investing in small, promising startups is worth a go – but French peers Danone and L’Oreal already tried something similar.

LVMH sets up vehicle to hunt for emerging luxury brands

PARIS LVMH said on Friday it had set up LVMH Luxury Ventures, a vehicle destined to invest in small, promising fashion, cosmetics or accessories companies.

LVMH sets up vehicle to hunt for emerging luxury brands

PARIS, Feb 3 LVMH said on Friday it had set up LVMH Luxury Ventures, a vehicle destined to invest in small, promising fashion, cosmetics or accessories companies.

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

Feb 1 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Wednesday:

LVMH to tighten grip on eyewear business with Marcolin deal

MILAN French luxury goods group LVMH will set up a design and manufacturing joint venture with spectacles maker Marcolin, and take a 10 percent stake in the Italian company, to give it more control over its prestigious eyewear brands.

UPDATE 1-LVMH to tighten grip on eyewear business with Marcolin deal

MILAN, Feb 1 French luxury goods group LVMH will set up a design and manufacturing joint venture with spectacles maker Marcolin, and take a 10 percent stake in the Italian company, to give it more control over its prestigious eyewear brands.

Marcolin agrees JV with LVMH to become its preferred eyewear partner

MILAN, Feb 1 Italy's Marcolin will design and manufacture eyewear for Celine and Louis Vuitton brands from 2018 as part of a joint venture it agreed with LVMH, with an aim to become the French luxury group's preferred partner in the glasses business.

RPT-INTERVIEW -Safilo CEO says can weather potential LVMH loss

* Could lose 340 mln euros in sales if LVMH takes eyewear in house

INTERVIEW -Safilo CEO says can weather potential LVMH loss

* Could lose 340 mln euros in sales if LVMH takes eyewear in house

European shares seen steady with UBS, LVMH in focus after earnings; For more see the LiveMarkets blog

MILAN, Jan 27 Live coverage of European markets now available on cpurl://apps.cp./cms/?pageId=livemarkets

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