LVMUY - LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton S.E.

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60.84
-0.51 (-0.83%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close61.35
Open0.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range0.00 - 0.00
52 Week Range
Volume0
Avg. Volume101,706
Market Cap151.686B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.59
PE Ratio (TTM)21.91
EPS (TTM)2.78
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.22 (2.03%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-13
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Champs & Chumps: Taylor Swift vs Retail
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    Yahoo Finance's Dion Rabouin has a look at this week's Champs and Chumps.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Chinese retailer Icicle buys ailing French couture label Carven

    Shanghai-based Icicle Fashion Group, a high-end retailer little known outside China, has bought French couture house Carven out of bankruptcy and said on Friday it plans to relaunch the brand which was a favourite of singer Edith Piaf. The deal marks the latest incursion by a Chinese group into a fashion world long dominated by European players like conglomerate LVMH (LVMH.PA), owner of Louis Vuitton. Carven's buyout follows a series of recent attempts by retailers to restore once-prestigious labels to their former glory, banking on the resonance of their brand names.

  • Luxury Stocks Tumble as China Seeks Undeclared Vuitton Bags
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Luxury Stocks Tumble as China Seeks Undeclared Vuitton Bags

    Shares of some of the biggest brands, from Prada SpA to Shiseido Co., tumbled across the globe on signs that Chinese officials are cracking down on travelers returning from places like Paris, London and Tokyo loaded with high-end merchandise. The stricter scrutiny is adding to fears of a slowdown in spending by China’s consumers, who account for two-thirds of the luxury market’s growth. “Spending on luxury goods by traveling Chinese shoppers in overseas markets could slide on concerns of increased scrutiny by customs authorities,” said Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Catherine Lim on Thursday.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    [$$] LVMH Sparks Fears of Chinese Slowdown Across Luxury Industry

    PARIS—A mild slowdown at LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE, the world’s biggest luxury goods company, sent a shudder across the sector Wednesday, pushing down stock prices amid fears that a pullback by China’s big-spending shoppers could end a yearslong boom for the industry. LVMH shares traded down more than 7% in Paris after executives detailed third-quarter sales, disclosed Tuesday evening, on a call with analysts. Gucci parent Kering SA fell 10%, Burberry Group PLC dropped more than 8% and Hermes International SCA was down 5.5%.

  • Jeff Bezos's Fortune Just Dropped $9.1 Billion
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Jeff Bezos's Fortune Just Dropped $9.1 Billion

    Amazon.com Inc. founder Jeff Bezos lost $9.1 billion, the most of anyone on the index, as shares of the online retailer fell the most in more than two years. The plunge lowered Bezos’s net worth to $145.2 billion, its lowest since July. The fortune of Europe’s wealthiest person, Bernard Arnault, tumbled $4.5 billion to $66.9 billion as shares of his luxury empire LVMH fell after the company confirmed China was tightening border checks.

  • Why Tiffany & Co. Stock Dropped Today
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  • MarketWatch8 days ago

    Tiffany's stock tumbles to pace S&P 500 decliners after LVMH comments about Japan, China

    Shares of Tiffany & Co. tumbled 8.6% in afternoon trade, enough to pace the S&P 500's decliners, in the wake of comments from rival luxury accessories seller LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE regarding slowdowns in Japan and China. Mainland China has been Tiffany's biggest market outside of the U.S. over the last 12 months, accounting for about 16% of total revenue, according to data provided by FactSet, while Japan was the second biggest at about 14%. Earlier, LVMH said in a conference call with analysts that it say a significant slowdown in growth with Japanese customers that had previously increased to extraordinary levels, according to a transcript provided by FactSet. For China, the company said it was seeing a little slowdown, to mid-teens percentage growth from high-teens. LVMH shares dropped 8.9%. Tiffany's stock was on track for the biggest one-day percentage decline in 17 months, and for a five-month closing low. It has tumbled 15.6% over the past three months, while the SPDR S&P Retail ETF has lost 3.5% and the S&P 500 has edged up 1.5%.

  • Chinese slowdown fears hit LVMH shares and luxury rivals
    Reuters8 days ago

    Chinese slowdown fears hit LVMH shares and luxury rivals

    Robust sales growth at luxury goods leader LVMH (LVMH.PA) in the third quarter failed on Wednesday to quell fears that Chinese demand for high-end fashion and handbags will start waning, sending its shares lower and rattling those of competitors. Markets are on edge over a simmering trade war between Beijing and Washington and its knock-on effect on Chinese consumers, whose appetite for branded goods fueled a luxury industry rebound over the past two years. Shares in LVMH (LVMH.PA) closed down 7.1 percent, even though it reported a stronger-than-expected performance in the clothing and leather goods business that includes its biggest profit-driver, Louis Vuitton, and labels like Christian Dior.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Chinese slowdown fears hit LVMH shares and luxury rivals

    Robust sales growth at luxury goods leader LVMH in the third quarter failed on Wednesday to quell fears that Chinese demand for high-end fashion and handbags will start waning, sending its shares lower and rattling those of competitors. Markets are on edge over a simmering trade war between Beijing and Washington and its knock-on effect on Chinese consumers, whose appetite for branded goods fuelled a luxury industry rebound over the past two years. Shares in LVMH closed down 7.1 percent, even though it reported a stronger-than-expected performance in the clothing and leather goods business that includes its biggest profit-driver, Louis Vuitton, and labels like Christian Dior.

  • TheStreet.com8 days ago

    A Rotten Breakfast at Tiffany's

    Within the sector, the industry loosely labeled as apparel and luxury goods is down more than 3%. You probably know the firm as simply Louie Vuitton. In the earnings related conference call issued by the firm this morning, LVMHF management confirmed that Chinese customs officials are enforcing new rules aimed cracking down on Chinese citizens bringing into the country luxury goods purchased from outside the country.

  • The Wall Street Journal8 days ago

    [$$] This Is No Time to Bag a Luxury Bargain

    Contrarian investing has a decent record in the luxury sector, but this month’s selloff isn’t a great reason for investors to go on a shopping spree. Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, posted after the Paris stock market closed Tuesday. Last week it was news that Chinese customs officials may be clamping down on the grey-market “daigou” channel, whereby Chinese professional shoppers dodge local sales taxes by bringing home suitcases full of luxury goods from Hong Kong, Japan or Europe.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Luxury stocks slide as Vuitton strength fails to quell China worries

    Robust appetite in the third quarter for Louis Vuitton handbags and other high-end goods sold by LVMH failed to dispel fears of a looming slowdown in Chinese demand on Wednesday, as shares across the sector tumbled. Paris-based LVMH, the world's biggest luxury goods company, on Tuesday reported stronger-than-expected sales growth in its all-important fashion and leather goods division in the three months to end-September, while overall revenue met expectations. Shares were down 4.25 percent by 0832 GMT, however, while those at Gucci-owner Kering, LVMH's cross-town rival, were also 5 percent lower.

  • LVMH Calls Last Orders at the Global Luxury Party
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    LVMH Calls Last Orders at the Global Luxury Party

    LVMH late Tuesday reported better than expected organic sales growth in the key fashion and leather goods category in the three months to Sept. 30. Group organic sales rose 10 percent, in line with expectations. Luxury valuations have come under pressure recently amid fears that trade tensions between the U.S. and China will take their toll on consumer confidence.

  • LVMH's Sales Fail to Convince the Luxury Bears: Street Wrap
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    LVMH's Sales Fail to Convince the Luxury Bears: Street Wrap

    LVMH’s 11 percent stock decline in the past month is the steepest monthly drop since August 2015, coming after China’s biggest devaluation in two decades. The luxury sector “looks stretched on a number of our indicators even after the recent correction,” Morgan Stanley analysts led by Krupa Patel wrote in a note, downgrading the sub-group to underweight from neutral. Below is a round-up of comments on LVMH’s quarterly sales.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Vuitton propels LVMH growth in boost for luxury sector

    A standout performance by LVMH's (LVMH.PA) fashion and handbags business boosted third-quarter sales growth at the luxury goods company, providing an encouraging sign for an industry gripped by fears of a slowdown in China. The group, which has brands ranging from Louis Vuitton and couture label Givenchy to cognac maker Hennessy, has benefited along with a handful of rivals such as Gucci-owner Kering (PRTP.PA) from rebounding demand among Chinese customers in the past two years. Concerns over a trade war between Beijing and Washington and a falling yuan has rattled luxury goods stocks in the past few weeks, though there is little sign of waning spending among young and digital-savvy Chinese shoppers with a taste for branded goods.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Vuitton propels LVMH growth in boost for luxury sector

    A standout performance by LVMH's fashion and handbags business boosted third-quarter sales growth at the luxury goods company, providing an encouraging sign for an industry gripped by fears of a slowdown in China. The group, which has brands ranging from Louis Vuitton and couture label Givenchy to cognac maker Hennessy, has benefited along with a handful of rivals such as Gucci-owner Kering from rebounding demand among Chinese customers in the past two years. Concerns over a trade war between Beijing and Washington and a falling yuan has rattled luxury goods stocks in the past few weeks, though there is little sign of waning spending among young and digital-savvy Chinese shoppers with a taste for branded goods.

  • Simply Wall St.9 days ago

    Who Owns Most Of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE (EPA:MC)?

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  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    Antoine Arnault Is Always Looking Forward

    summer morning in Paris, Antoine Arnault wanders through the aisles of a Sephora on the Champs-Élysées. executive Arnault has played no insignificant role, as he has advocated for a next-gen approach. Now in its fourth edition, the festival, which debuted in 2011, takes place October 12–14 across 14 countries, including the U.S., and encourages the various LVMH houses to open their doors to the public.

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  • Bloomberg13 days ago

    Watchmaker to Stars, Hublot See Red in Looming ‘Bling’ Showdown

    Aire’s seven-year fight to block luxury giant LVMH’s Hublot from using “red gold” to describe its own wares was -- until late last night -- heading for a celebrity-studded showdown in federal court in Los Angeles later this month. The dispute was over whether the Swiss luxury watchmaker infringes the trademark owned by Aire, a Nigerian immigrant who came to the U.S. as a teenager.

  • Luxury Investors Take Fright Amid Talk of China Border Crackdown
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Luxury Investors Take Fright Amid Talk of China Border Crackdown

    Many do the bulk of their high-end shopping during visits to Tokyo, Seoul, Paris and other tourist destinations, where prices are lower than at home. Any stepped-up enforcement may be aimed at cracking down on the practice known as “daigou,” when Chinese tourists sell luxury goods acquired overseas at a profit when they return, according to analysts at JPMorgan.

  • CNBC14 days ago

    The luxury sector is growing faster than many others and Gucci is in the lead

    Gucci and Louis Vuitton are among the fastest-growing brands in the world, with the luxury fashion and accessories sector overall growing by 42 percent since 2017, according to a ranking by consultancy Interbrand. Gucci's brand value grew the most of any luxury fashion label on the list, up 30 percent to $12.9 billion, while Louis Vuitton grew 23 percent to $28.2 billion.

  • LVMH watch brands to attend Baselworld 2019, changes needed for 2020
    Reuters16 days ago

    LVMH watch brands to attend Baselworld 2019, changes needed for 2020

    Luxury goods group LVMH's (LVMH.PA) watch brands will be present at the next edition of the Baselworld watch fair in March, the outgoing head of its watch division told CNN Money Switzerland, adding the world's biggest trade show needs to make changes in 2020. "We already decided that we would attend (in 2019), I decided that before retiring", Jean-Claude Biver who hands over responsibility for LVMH's watch brands TAG Heuer, Hublot and Zenith to Stephane Bianchi at the end of the month, said in an interview available on CNN's website on Tuesday. Swatch Group (UHR.S) announced this summer it would no longer attend the fair that has been criticized as being too expensive and inefficient and already lost half of its exhibiting brands in 2018.

  • Forget millennials, this Louis Vuitton director is rethinking marketing to reach Generation Z
    CNBC16 days ago

    Forget millennials, this Louis Vuitton director is rethinking marketing to reach Generation Z

    When American designer Virgil Abloh landed the job as artistic director of Louis Vuitton menswear, one of the highest profile jobs in fashion, he wanted a younger generation to know "there's someone listening." The 164-year-old French fashion house owned by the LVMH luxury conglomerate hired Abloh in March, with Louis Vuitton Chair and CEO Michael Burke praising his disruptive approach to fashion and popular culture. It's also this millennial-friendly style that attracted Rimowa to Abloh.

  • Bloomberg19 days ago

    A Runway Show at LVMH's Celine Just Shifted Luxury's Landscape

    Star designer Hedi Slimane revealed his first collection for LVMH’s Celine brand in Paris Friday in the most anticipated runway show of September’s fashion weeks. Unsurprisingly, it looked a lot like Kering’s Saint Laurent. Under Slimane, who’s returning to fashion after a two-year hiatus, the French luxury conglomerate wants to double or triple Celine’s sales within five years, adding new product categories to transform it into a megabrand on the scale of Christian Dior or Prada.