LONDON — Fashion or luxury?

That’s the identity crisis facing Burberry now that it has joined the ranks of publicly held companies. Shortly after Burberry’s Friday debut on London’s Stock Exchange, equity analysts here were asking whether Burberry should be viewed — and valued — as a luxury stock like Hermès or Gucci Group, or a fashion brand along the lines of Polo Ralph Lauren or Tommy Hilfiger.

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