News: The Swatch Group SA (UHR.VX)
6 Dec 2013
Mon, Nov 25 2013
ZURICH, Nov 25 - Global watchmaker Swatch has taken control of Dubai's Rivoli retail chain, the latest luxury group to take a closer interest in its emerging markets outlets in order to use local knowledge to manage its image and better profit from rapid regional growth
Nov 20 - The Swatch Group SA : * Cantor raises target price to Sfr 650 from Sfr 600; rating buy For a summary of rating actions and price target changes on European companies: Reuters Eikon users, click on Reuters 3000Xtra users, double-click Thomson ONE users, type in RT/RCH/EUROPE
ZURICH, Nov 15 - The world's biggest watchmaker Swatch expects double-digit growth in sales next year, its chief executive said in a newspaper interview.
DUBAI - The private equity arm of Dubai Holding , which is owned by the emirate's ruler, is planning to sell its minority stake in a luxury retailer backed by Swatch , four banking and industry sources aware of the matter said.
DUBAI, Oct 28 - The private equity arm of Dubai Holding, which is owned by the emirate's ruler, is planning to sell its minority stake in a luxury retailer backed by Swatch, four banking and industry sources aware of the matter said.
ZURICH, Oct 25 - Swatch, the world's biggest watchmaker, has been given the go-ahead gradually to reduce component deliveries to rivals in a move which could cause supply shortages for some players in the industry.
ZURICH, Oct 25 - The Swiss competition authority Weko said on Friday it had approved a renegotiated agreement with Swatch which will allow the world's biggest watchmaker to gradually reduce component deliveries to rivals.
LONDON - Investors seeking less volatile returns from their stock portfolios are turning their attention to family-owned firms that play for pride as well as profit.
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