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LVMH's luxury watch brands Hublot and Bulgari have pushed sales above 2019 levels in the past year and more growth is expected this year on strong U.S. demand, company executives told Reuters ahead of LVMH Watch Week that kicks off on Monday. Hublot and Bulgari, alongside LVMH stablemates Zenith and TAG Heuer, are holding LVMH Watch Week online, with digital presentations of their latest collections. Hublot is showing an extra-slim version of its Big Bang watch, while Italian jeweller Bulgari has Serpenti Misteriosi watches which are hidden in snake-like bracelets and rings.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise, should it? To see a tailored suit, nipped-in of waist and sharp of shoulder, on the catwalk of a men’s fashion brand, during the annual menswear fashion weeks that occur in January? This is, after all, clothing for men (I think we can still gender our wardrobes?) But it did, because so much of men’s dressing in the past decade, and certainly since we plunged into the pandemic, has been the exact opposite of what suiting is – upright, proper, polished, sophisticat
The ONS said interest payments on government debt trebled to a higher-than-expected £8.1bn last month.
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A record 34% of people would be willing to pay more for better service, according to the UK Customer Satisfaction Index.
Company boss Stephen Fitzpatrick said the brand licencing agreement is a ‘common commercial agreement’.
(Reuters) -London's FTSE 100 rebounded on Tuesday from a one-month low hit a day earlier, supported by major bank stocks as expectations of tighter monetary policy drove up bond yields. The blue-chip FTSE 100 index gained 1.0%, with lenders HSBC and Lloyds Banking Group among the top boosts. Heavyweight oil stocks also rose as concerns of a military conflict in Ukraine and risks in the Middle East buoyed crude prices with the prospect of supply disruptions.
UK factory costs rising at fastest pace since 1980, CBI says. Survey finds labour shortages driving ‘intense and escalating cost and price pressures’
Rio Tinto has only bad options as it tries to salvage its $2.4 billion Serbian lithium project after the country's leaders bowed to environmentalists and cancelled it last week. The Anglo-Australian miner could sue the government, a step likely to fail and further antagonise Belgrade, or bet that pro-mining politicians emerge victorious in April parliamentary elections, a result that would embolden opponents. People inside Rio said that while they were aware of the political tensions around the project, the government's decision to pull the plug was a surprise that left the company scrambling for a strategy on how to proceed.
Italian supercar brand Lamborghini plans to roll out its first fully electric model at the end of this decade, its Chief Executive Stephan Winkelmann said in remarks confirmed on Tuesday by a company spokesperson. The plan underscores an even more cautious approach by Lamborghini - part of the Volkswagen Group - to electrification, after Winkelmann last year said the brand's first fully electric car model would appear in the second half of the decade. Lamborghini and other players in the high-performance sports car market, which include Ferrari, Aston Martin Lagonda and McLaren, are wrestling with how to shift their ranges to battery power without losing the high performance that supports their premium pricing.
Shares in European markets dropped, with Moscow’s stock index falling more than eight percent.
Unilever to cut 1,500 jobs as investors increase pressure. Marmite and Ben & Jerry’s maker to reduce management roles, including in the UK
The declines in European markets on Monday came due to events on the Russia-Ukraine border rather than any other factors that have dominated sentiment over the past two weeks.
The cash will be matched by industry, delivering a £60m boost to the developing renewable technology.
Facebook has built what it says is the world’s most powerful supercomputer devoted to artificial intelligence, which the social media company believes will drive previously-impossible advances in the technology.
German car giant Volkswagen said Monday it beat the European Union's target for cutting carbon emissions on its new vehicles in 2021, having missed the mark last year.
Strong factory output growth helped by easing supply bottlenecks pushed activity in Germany's manufacturing sector to a five-month high in January, a survey showed on Monday. IHS Markit's flash Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) showed that activity in the manufacturing sector rose to 60.5 from 57.4 in December. Activity in the services sector rose to a two-month high of 52.2 after shrinking in December, confounding a forecast that had pointed to a decline and pointing to a positive mood among consumers and business despite the impact of the Omicron coronavirus variant.
The company said supply chain costs, delays and staff absences all mean profits will be below expectations
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