MILAN — Good things come in threes. After Prada and Moncler, Salvatore Ferragamo SpA has filed documents to list on the Italian Stock Exchange. Prada plans to list in Hong Kong in the first half, while Moncler is expected to hold its initial public offering slightly earlier in Milan. A source said Ferragamo’s IPO could value the company at around 1.5 billion euros, or $2.1 billion at current exchange, compared with the larger Prada’s estimated valuation in Hong Kong of up to $9 billion.
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