LVMH.TI - LVMH

TLO - TLO Delayed Price. Currency in USD
356.75
-4.30 (-1.19%)
At close: 1:47PM CEST
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Previous Close361.05
Open364.60
Bid356.35 x N/A
Ask0.00 x N/A
Day's Range365.10 - 365.10
52 Week Range365.10 - 365.10
Volume115
Avg. VolumeN/A
Market CapN/A
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Barrons.com

    The Hong Kong Protests Could Ding Tiffany and Other Luxury Brands

    The continuing protests in Hong Kong have added another layer of worry to the geopolitical landscape, and while the stakes are certainly higher than handbag sales, investors may still be concerned about how the unrest will impact luxury-good makers.

  • Motley Fool

    These 3 Rock-Solid Retailers Don't Share Macy's Pain

    American Eagle Outfitters, TJX, and LVMH didn’t deserve to take stock price hits along with Macy’s this week.

  • LVMH Gains to Record as Louis Vuitton, Dior Fuel Growth
    Bloomberg

    LVMH Gains to Record as Louis Vuitton, Dior Fuel Growth

    (Bloomberg) -- LVMH shares rose to a record after second-quarter sales breezed past analysts’ estimates, fueled by creative revamps at its Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior fashion brands.Sales of fashion and leather goods rose 20% on an organic basis in the second quarter. The stock rose as much as 3.3% in Paris to a record, lifting LVMH’s market value to almost 200 billion euros ($223 billion).LVMH’s growth accelerated as it boosted marketing despite concerns about a slowing economy in China, which has been driving luxury demand. European labels are benefiting from cuts to sales taxes and import duties that are encouraging Chinese customers to visit stores at home rather than abroad.The robust growth in the key fashion and leather division is a sign that LVMH’s move to reshuffle its menswear designers last year is paying off. In his first year at Christian Dior, new designer Kim Jones has won fans by reworking the brand’s classic Saddlebag for men, as well as designing leopard-print sneakers and romantic double-breasted suits. His counterpart at Louis Vuitton, Virgil Abloh, issued crocodile utility harnesses, puffer coats and runway collections rife with references to pop culture like the Wizard of Oz.Another star designer, Hedi Slimane, took over at Celine, where he is overseeing women’s collections and has added the brand’s first menswear line.Second-Richest ManBrands’ “consistently refreshed creativity” was key to LVMH’s success, Chairman Bernard Arnault said in a statement. As the stock has gained lately, the billionaire has been vying for the ranking of the world’s second-richest person with Bill Gates.While LVMH continued to see its fastest growth in Asia, Europe also accelerated as the company saw rebounding sales in France, where Yellow Vest protests in Paris dwindled."We see improvement across the board,” Chief Financial Officer Jean-Jacques Guiony said in a conference call with analysts. “This is not only a Chinese show."LVMH’s first-half profit from recurring operations rose 14% to 5.3 billion euros ($5.9 billion). Margins were stable as the fashion division increased investments in marketing and the store network. "We are not milking the brands in good times," Guiony said. "It’s the right thing to do if we want to strengthen the portfolio."(Updates with shares in second paragraph.)\--With assistance from Karen Lin (Bloomberg Global Data).To contact the reporter on this story: Robert Williams in Paris at rwilliams323@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Eric Pfanner at epfanner1@bloomberg.net, Marthe Fourcade, Frank ConnellyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • LVMH Claims a Piece of Stella McCartney's Namesake Brand
    Motley Fool

    LVMH Claims a Piece of Stella McCartney's Namesake Brand

    The company gains a minority stake in the designer’s sustainable fashion brand.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Mexico calls out Louis Vuitton for using traditional pattern

    The Mexican government has questioned Louis Vuitton's use of a traditional Mexican pattern in the design of a chair, less than a month after it sent a similar letter to another prominent fashion house. The culture ministry said in the letter dated July 5 that it was surprised to find one chair in the Dolls by Raw Edges collection by the Paris-based fashion house featured the designs of Mexican artists in Hidalgo. It is the second time in less than a month that the Mexican government sent such a letter.

  • Tencent and Weibo Are the Gatekeepers to China's Luxury Market
    Motley Fool

    Tencent and Weibo Are the Gatekeepers to China's Luxury Market

    Mini programs and celebrities are locking in shoppers and advertisers.

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    3 International Companies Whose Products You May Use Soon

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    3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy in June

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  • Rihanna launches new fashion brand in Paris with LVMH
    Reuters

    Rihanna launches new fashion brand in Paris with LVMH

    Barbadian singer Rihanna has unveiled her new fashion brand with Louis Vuitton owner LVMH, a rare move by the French group to set up a label from scratch as it taps into soaring demand for celebrity collaborations in the luxury world. Fenty - after the "Umbrella" hitmaker's full name, Robyn Rihanna Fenty - will build on the singer's existing joint venture in cosmetics with LVMH, with a full range of clothing, shoes and accessories. "My fashion will be different and non-traditional, because I do not come from this industry," the singer told a news conference Wednesday evening, saying she hoped to bring a "new vision of fashion".

  • 4 Reasons LVMH Is a Great Defensive Stock for a Trade War
    Motley Fool

    4 Reasons LVMH Is a Great Defensive Stock for a Trade War

    Affluent consumers will keep buying Louis Vuitton bags and drinking Hennessy -- regardless of how the U.S.-China trade war plays out.

  • Rihanna's Fenty Is Now LVMH's Newest Growth Engine
    Motley Fool

    Rihanna's Fenty Is Now LVMH's Newest Growth Engine

    The pop star is evolving into a major fashion brand.

  • CNBC

    LVMH launching 'Fenty,' a new fashion house developed by Rihanna

    LVMH has announced that it will be partnering with Robyn Rihanna Fenty to create a new luxury fashion house called "Fenty."

  • Rihanna to launch groundbreaking new fashion label with LVMH
    Associated Press

    Rihanna to launch groundbreaking new fashion label with LVMH

    NEW YORK (AP) — Rihanna certified her status as a cultural fashion icon with her groundbreaking new deal with LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, the world's largest luxury group.

  • LVMH pairs up with Rihanna for new fashion brand
    Reuters

    LVMH pairs up with Rihanna for new fashion brand

    Louis Vuitton owner LVMH is launching a new fashion brand with Barbadian singer Rihanna, in a rare move by the French group to set up a label from scratch as it taps into soaring demand for celebrity collaborations in the luxury world. Fenty - after the "Umbrella" hitmaker's full name, Robyn Rihanna Fenty - will build on the singer's existing joint venture in cosmetics with LVMH, with a full range of clothing, shoes and accessories. LVMH said on Friday that the launch, rumored for several months, was "fast approaching", with the first looks set to be presented in Paris before the summer.

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  • Benzinga

    Citi: Buy LVMH On Louis Vuitton's Brand Momentum

    Citi bank resumed coverage of  LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA Unsponsored ADR (OTC: LVMUY ) Tuesday with a bullish stance.  The Analyst  Thomas Chauvet resumed coverage of LVMH with a Buy rating and ...

  • Why Gucci and Dior Want to Rebuild Notre Dame
    Bloomberg

    Why Gucci and Dior Want to Rebuild Notre Dame

    There is no doubting the sincerity of LVMH, Kering SA and their founding families, who led the way with donations after the devastation earlier this week. The city of Paris, its streets and landmarks, have held a special role as the artistic center of the industry since its earliest days, so to restore what has been lost is to preserve its own history.