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Daily Stock Wrap: October 23, 2009

The day's gainers and losers.

J. Crew Raises Third Quarter Guidance

J. Crew Group Inc. cites an increase in comparable-store sales.

Topshop Parent Reports Profit Gain

Arcadia Group sales rose 2.7 percent for year, and Sir Philip Green is upbeat about 2010.

China’s Economy on a Road to Recovery

China’s economy grew by 8.9 percent in the third quarter of this year.

Swiss Watch Exports Fall 26.1 Percent in Sept.

Trends in the Swiss watch market show no improvement in September.

Tansky's Compensation Rises 16.3 Percent

Compensation for Neiman Marcus president and ceo Burt Tansky rose 16.3 percent to $3.9 million for fiscal 2009.

Holiday Survey: Shopping Early and On the Cheap

Consumers seek bargains; stressed-out stores are asking for deals from their landlords and getting them.

Daily Stock Wrap: October 22, 2009

The day's gainers and losers.

Bob Pressman

Bob Pressman Among Fred Leighton Bidders

A set of investors that includes former Barneys New York owner Bob Pressman has placed a $25.8 million bid for Fred Leighton Holding Inc.

Trinity Details IPO

Trinity Group initial public offering on the Hong Kong stock exchange could, in U.S. terms, raise anywhere from $62.6 million up to $114.7 million.

Retail Stocks Fall 1.7 Percent Tuesday

Housing pressure markets but Dow remains above 10,000.

Daily Stock Wrap: October 20, 2009

The day's top gainers and losers.

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