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Jeweler Chow Tai Fook Sets IPO

The Hong Kong firm is pricing shares at the bottom of its range.

Harry Winston Swings to a Loss in Third Qtr.

The company was weighed down by charges and economic woes internationally, but said it sees strength in its retail segment.

Coach, Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Hong Kong,

Coach to List on Hong Kong Exchange

The luxury firm will not be raising any new capital with the listing. Instead, the goal is to raise its profile in a fast-growing market.

Claire’s, Icing, Gene Kahn, earnings, Apollo Management

Claire’s Q3 Profits Fall 48%

Sales rose 2.2 percent due to new store sales.

Michael Kowalski, Tiffany & Co., Tiffany, earnings, Coach, Saks, Nordstrom, Ralph Lauren, Cyber Monday,

Tiffany Caution Hits Stocks

Retailer's admission that it is seeing weaker sales in Europe and on the U.S. East Coast sparked a mini luxe sell-off on Tuesday.

Damiani Cuts Losses

Italian jeweler said Monday it trimmed its first-half net loss to 7.2 million euros from 8.5 million euros.

Signet Profits Jump

Better sales, lower bad-debt ratio helped propel jeweler.

Salvatore Ferragamo Profit Rises 85%

The Italian luxury brand was lifted by global growth and in particular a strong performance in the Asia Pacific region.

Tod's, Diego della Valle, earnings, Hogan

Tod’s Profits Climb 23.5 Percent

The Italian luxury firm reports growth in all categories.

Swank Q3 Profits Slip on Higher Sales

Net down 9.8% as sales rise 2.5% and gross margin holds steady.

IPO, initial public offering, Hong Kong

Graff Said to Plan $1 Billion IPO

Hong Kong is a likely choice for a listing for the London-based jeweler.

Blue Nile CEO Resigns, Earnings Fall

Online jeweler projected annual earnings miss.

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