LVMH has seen its stock price fall due to fears over the coronavirus, but should long-term investors care?
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Macy’s and Sephora are opening stores in neighborhoods -- right where the customer shops the most.
After another lackluster year, the high-end jeweler's investors vote to join forces with a proven player.
Luxury-goods makers are losing out on sales in one of their big markets, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to sell their shares.
LVMH's stock is up despite the company agreeing to the pricey acquisition of Tiffany.
And more important: Should you sell now or wait?
Tiffany’s position in the jewelry market, its earnings growth, and its valuation mean it can continue along just fine without French luxury giant LVMH.
Luxury giant LVMH has made a bid to add Tiffany & Co. to its extensive profile of 75 high-end brands.
This analyst thinks Tiffany stock looks shiny -- but the jewelry retailer's numbers fail to dazzle.
And why investors should take the money and run.