By  on November 9, 2012

LONDON — The Asian flu has struck once again, and this time it’s Compagnie Financière Richemont that’s suffering a headache.

The parent of brands including Cartier, Dunhill and IWC reported a 52.4 percent bounce in first-half profits, but revealed that sales in September — and in the current quarter — were slowing. It also said the second-half figures could fall victim to exchange-rate fluctuations.

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