Indices in Europe failed to recover from last week’s global sell-off.
— August 31, 2015
U.S. markets ended a volatile week with a gentle landing, which followed a similar close to the European exchanges earlier in the day.
— August 28, 2015
The so-called”headline effect” caused by this past week’s stock market volatility is impacting consumer confidence.
Fashion stocks were largely in negative territory.
Chinese consumers remain a core customer for the brand — both in and outside of China.
Wall Street sustained the morning's rally as comments from the New York Federal Reserve president William Dudley indicated a rate hike was &quot;less compelling.&quot;
— August 27, 2015
The Italian luxury goods brand is continuing to expand in the country even as it sees a slowdown in Hong Kong and Macau.
Fitch Ratings upgraded J.C. Penney Co. Inc. as the retailer delivers comparable-store sales that are consistent.
Europe’s indices gained as China’s rose, and as the Federal Reserve indicated it wouldn’t yet raise interest rates.