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Europe's Markets Up

The indices rose Friday morning as Scotland voted to stay in the U.K.

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Pound Surges as Scotland Votes to Remain in the U.K.

The currency rises against euro and dollar Friday morning after Scots vote in a poll.

Sears Falls as Global Stock Tracker Rises

Retailer’s shares shed 5.3 percent on Credit Suisse research note.

Sears Stock Falls on Bearish Analyst Note

On Thursday Credit Suisse analyst Gary Balter ruminated about “The End” of the ailing retailer.

VF Sees Timberland Passing $3B in 2019

Rapid growth expected in Americas and in e-commerce.

Swiss Watch Exports Dip 0.2% in August

The gold-steel category registered the largest gain in the period.

Richemont Leads Retreat on WWD Global Stock Tracker

Group of 100 global fashion, retail and beauty stocks down 0.3% to 101.02.

Jimmy Choo to Pledge Industry-Beating Growth in Expected IPO

The upmarket shoe maker will decide in the coming days whether it goes ahead with the initial public offering.

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Neiman Marcus Comps Up, But Costs Hit Bottom Line

Registers net loss in period on charges related to October acquisition.

Currency Effects Weigh on Zara

Europe’s largest clothing retailer, Inditex SA, said first-half profits fell 2.4 percent as the strong euro put a dent in its foreign revenues.

Johann Rupert Returns, is Named Richemont Chairman

The company reported sales slowed to 1 percent in the first five months.

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