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Kering's CFO Says Lack Of Tourism Likely To Continue At Least Until First Half Of 2021
Kering's Brands Sales Grew On Average 50% To 70% In China Since May -CFO
Kering H1 Recurring Operating Margin Of 17.7%
Kering SA is a France-based luxury group. It owns a portfolio of fashion brands, such as Saint Laurent, Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Boucheron, Brioni, Pomellato, Qeelin and Ulysse Nardin, among others. The Group manufactures and sell, mostly through managed retail stores, a wide range of products, including leather goods, apparel, accessories, footwear, watches and jewelry, among others, for man, woman and child. The Group is active globally.
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Non-Independent Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee
Vice Chairwoman of the Board - Representative of Financiere Pinault
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Chief People Officer, Member of the Executive Committee
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Kering-owned <PRTP.PA> Swiss watch brands Ulysse Nardin and Girard-Perregaux said on Monday they were cutting about 100 jobs, or a quarter of their total workforce, after sales were hit by the coronavirus crisis.
French luxury group Kering <PRTP.PA> said on Tuesday second-quarter comparable sales plunged by 43.7% due to the COVID-19 pandemic, adding it could not provide a forecast for the second half of the year despite an encouraging recovery in Asia.
French luxury group Kering said on Tuesday second-quarter comparable sales plunged by 43.7% due to the COVID-19 pandemic, adding it could not provide a forecast for the second half of the year despite an encouraging recovery in Asia.
French luxury giant Kering <PRTP.PA> is opening a laboratory in Tuscany that will carry out chemical and other tests on its products and raw materials to check their quality and sustainability, it said on Thursday.
Italy's biggest retail bank Intesa Sanpaolo <ISP.MI> has signed an accord with Gucci to ease financing for the small businesses that supply the Florentine luxury goods group owned by France's Kering <PRTP.PA>.
Securities analysts revised their ratings and price targets on several European companies, including Ashmore Group, Kering and Nestle, on Tuesday. HIGHLIGHTS * Ashmore Group Plc : JP Morgan cuts to underweight from neutral * Kering : Credit Suisse raises to outperform from...
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Gucci sales were hit hard early in the coronavirus crisis due to the fashion group's reliance on Chinese customers, owner Kering <PRTP.PA> said on Tuesday, adding that it was premature to say how quickly China sales would rebound.
French luxury goods group Kering said on Tuesday comparable sales fell by 16.4% in the first quarter, with its Gucci brand hit harder than its other labels due to its strong exposure to China at the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
Kering's fashion powerhouse Gucci plans to reopen prototype activities at one of its main Italian sites next week after reaching a deal with unions on health and safety measures for workers, it said on Saturday.
François-Henri Pinault, the French billionaire chairman and CEO of luxury goods group Kering <PRTP.PA>, has agreed to a pay cut in the latest example of top executives accepting lower salaries as a gesture of solidarity during the coronavirus crisis.
* FRANÇOIS-HENRI PINAULT, CHAIRMAN AND CEO OF KERING, HAS DECIDED TO REDUCE THE FIXED PORTION OF HIS SALARY BY 25% FROM APRIL 1ST, UNTIL THE END OF 2020
* ON CORONAVIRUS: KERING ESTIMATES THAT ITS CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2020, ENDING MARCH 31, SHOULD POST A DECLINE OF 13% TO 14% IN REPORTED TERMS (DOWN AROUND 15% IN COMPARABLE TERMS) VERSUS THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2019
Gucci and other luxury labels owned by France's Kering expect smaller crowds at their catwalk shows this month, with Chinese buyers and influencers set to miss the major marketing fixture.
A rally in luxury stocks led by Gucci-owner Kering and optimism over fewer new coronavirus cases in China pushed an index of European shares and the German benchmark to new highs on Wednesday.
Gucci-owner Kering has temporarily shut half of its stores in China, and shelved new openings and advertising campaigns there, as the coronavirus outbreak throws luxury brands into turmoil.
Gucci-owner Kering's <PRTP.PA> chairman Francois-Henri Pinault said on Wednesday the company was frustrated with the slow pace of progress in cosmetics development with license holder Coty <COTY.N>.
Kering on Wednesday said the coronavirus health scare in China could heighten uncertainties for the luxury goods market, as the Gucci owner posted higher-than-expected sales for the fourth quarter of 2019.
French fashion label Saint Laurent, part of Kering <PRTP.PA>, will open a new manufacturing site for handbags and wallets outside Florence, the latest luxury house to expand its presence in Italy's leather goods heartland.
Moncler offers a costly cure for Kering’s Gucci addiction. The French fashion conglomerate may be considering a bid for the 11 billion euro luxury outwear company run by Remo Ruffini. That would reduce its dependence on its largest brand, but extracting value would be hard.
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