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Kering SA (PRTP.PA)

PRTP.PA on Paris Stock Exchange

510.40EUR
18 Apr 2019
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€-27.10 (-5.04%)
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Thu, Apr 18 2019

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Kering shares slide as Gucci's growth slows

PARIS Kering shares retreated sharply on Thursday after signs of slowing growth at the French luxury group's Gucci brand, particularly in the United States.

Kering shares slide as Gucci's growth slows

PARIS Kering shares retreated sharply on Thursday after signs of slowing growth at the French luxury group's Gucci brand, particularly in the United States.

UPDATE 2-Kering shares slide as Gucci's growth slows

* Kering shares still up more than 20 pct in 2019 (Adds comments from conference call)

Kering shares fall as Gucci's growth slows down

PARIS, April 18 Kering's shares fell sharply on Thursday after signs of a slowdown at the French company's Gucci brand offset a broader rise in group sales.

Kering beats forecasts even as Gucci growth cools

PARIS Strong demand for Gucci's flamboyant designs and handbags helped parent Kering beat first-quarter revenue forecasts on Wednesday, even as the pace of growth at the Italian fashion label cools from the explosive levels of the last two years.

UPDATE 1-Kering beats forecasts even as Gucci growth cools

* Chinese demand still strong, shifting to mainland China (Writes though to focus on Gucci, adds CFO quotes)

Gucci growth helps Kering beat Q1 sales forecasts

PARIS, April 17 French luxury goods conglomerate Kering on Wednesday posted slightly higher-than-expected revenue growth in the first quarter, fueled by its star brand Gucci.

France's Pinault family - will not seek tax breaks on Notre Dame donation

PARIS The family of French billionaire businessman Francois-Henri Pinault said it would not be seeking any tax breaks regarding its 100 million euros ($113 million) donation for repair work to the city's damaged Notre-Dame Cathedral.

France's Pinault family: will not seek tax breaks on Notre Dame donation

PARIS, April 17 The family of French billionaire businessman Francois-Henri Pinault said it would not be seeking any tax breaks regarding its 100 million euros ($113 million) donation for repair work to the city's damaged Notre-Dame Cathedral.

Kering upbeat on Gucci prospects and China

PARIS France's Kering offered up a bullish view of the Chinese market and said its star brand Gucci started 2019 on a good footing, in what is already shaping up to be a year of contrasting fortunes across the luxury goods industry. | Video

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