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Hugo Boss AG (BOSSn.DE)

BOSSn.DE on Xetra

72.24EUR
22 Feb 2018
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Tue, Jan 16 2018

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Hugo Boss sales pick up at stores, online and in U.S.

BERLIN German fashion house Hugo Boss reported an acceleration in currency-adjusted sales in the fourth-quarter, driven by a rebound in growth at its stores, a jump in online sales and a recovery in the United States. | Video

European stocks rise as corporate updates improve sentiment

LONDON, Jan 16 European shares rose on Tuesday after corporate trading updates lifted sentiment, with shares in German fashion house Hugo Boss gaining on better-than-expected sales in the last quarter of 2017.

UPDATE 2-Hugo Boss sales pick up at stores, online and in U.S.

* 2017 EBITDA seen in line with forecast (Adds details, shares)

Hugo Boss reports sales recovery for stores, U.S. market

FRANKFURT, Jan 16 German fashion house Hugo Boss reported a 5-percent increase in currency-adjusted sales in the fourth-quarter, highlighting a rebound in growth at its own stores as well as in the United States.

BRIEF-Hugo Boss sees hit to H1 2018 if exchange rates stay at current levels

* Says there will be a negative impact on H1 2018 if exchange rates stay at current levels Further company coverage:

Hugo Boss lifts 2017 sales guidance

FRANKFURT German fashion house Hugo Boss raised its sales guidance for 2017 after a robust third quarter and said it was confident its new digital store concept would take off.

UPDATE 2-Hugo Boss lifts 2017 sales guidance

* Shares gain 6 percent (Adds CEO comments on investments, new store concept)

BRIEF-Hugo Boss to invest more in 2018 - CEO

* Says 2018 investments will be higher than in 2017 but won't come near all-time highs

Hugo Boss hikes 2017 sales guidance after solid Q3

FRANKFURT, Nov 2 German fashion house Hugo Boss hiked its sales guidance for 2017 on Thursday, citing growth in Europe and Asia/Pacific as it reported quarterly financial results that broadly met expectations.

German watchdog pursues charges in Hugo Boss insider trading probe

FRANKFURT German financial watchdog Bafin said it was pressing insider trading charges relating to a drop last year in the price of Hugo Boss shares, confirming a Der Spiegel report.

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