PARIS — Several members of the families controlling French luxury goods firm Hermès International bought, sold and exchanged shares in late May and early June at a face value of 130 euros, or $190, per share, according to declarations filed Thursday with French stock market regulator AMF.
A spokeswoman for Hermès said the recent share movements reflected the transfer of shares between different holding companies. “There has been no change in the family’s ownership of the total capital, merely a redirection between different structures,” she said.
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