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with contributions from Joelle Diderich
 on July 18, 2019

LONDON — Compagnie Financière Richemont’s first-quarter revenue fell short of analysts’ estimates, with organic growth dented by a decline in the watch division, continuing tight inventory management and the extradition protests in Hong Kong.

The news didn’t rattle analysts or markets, though, with Richemont’s share price closing up 1.1 percent at 86.22 Swiss francs on Thursday.

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