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BERLIN/HONG KONG, Oct 21 As Europe's fashion giants brace for what could be the toughest leg of their expansion in China, a South African retail tycoon has launched a bold assault on the world's most populous nation.
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MADRID, Oct 1 Amancio Ortega, Europe's richest man and founder of global fashion group and Zara owner Inditex , has bought one of Madrid's most famous skyscrapers for 490 million euros ($551 million) through his property investment arm, a source said.
STOCKHOLM Budget fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz was upbeat about prospects for profitability next year but a fall in third-quarter earnings and weak September sales sent the retailer's shares to a three-month low on Friday.
STOCKHOLM, Sept 30 Budget fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz was upbeat about prospects for profitability next year but a fall in third-quarter earnings and weak September sales sent the retailer's shares to a three-month low on Friday.
MADRID Zara owner Inditex reported better than expected first-half sales and profit on Wednesday as the world's biggest clothing retailer outperformed rivals thanks to quick production times that allow it to react to changing weather and fashions. | Video
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MADRID, Sept 21 The world's biggest clothing retailer Inditex on Wednesday reported first half net profit up 8 percent from a year ago driven higher by strong sales as it focuses on flag-ship stores and its online platforms.
STOCKHOLM/LONDON, Sept 15 European fashion retailers blamed the weather for below-forecast figures on Thursday as Hennes & Mauritz sales were hit by a hot second half of August and Britain's Next discounted stock in July after a warm winter and cold spring.
STOCKHOLM Budget fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz has reported a rise in sales in August that was little more than half of what analysts had expected, with the company saying unusually hot weather in key markets had kept shoppers away in the second half of the month.