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  1. Prada Beijing

    Prada sales are up double digits in Asia and China, even with price hike

    As Asia returns to normalcy post-lockdown, Italian luxury group Prada is seeing sales picking up in the region, says CEO Patrizio Bertelli.
  2. An SGX sign is pictured at Singapore Stock Exchange

    Asian markets set for shaky start amid mixed cues

    Asian stocks were set for a bumpy start to the second half of the year on Wednesday as optimism about a global economic recovery from the pandemic ...
  3. Chanel forecasts difficult two years for luxury

    Even with big spenders in Asia, Chanel forecasts ‘difficult’ two years for luxury

    Chanel grew by 13 per cent in 2019, with Asia accounting for a whopping 44 per cent of revenue. But the next 18 to 24 months will be less rosy, ...
  4. The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt

    European shares fall as optimism from Asian session falters

    European shares edged down, oil fell and the dollar erased some gains on Tuesday, with little of the optimism of the Asian session extending into ...
  5. Pink Diamond ring_Blue Diamond ring

    Two coloured diamond rings to fetch more than US$15.2 million at July auction

    Live jewellery auctions will resume in Asia, led by Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels auction to be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition ...
  6. A man wearing a protective face mask, following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, walks

    Asia stocks touch four-month top on dogged optimism

    Asian stocks were expected to come under pressure on Wednesday, as a spike in new coronavirus infections weighed on sentiment, although U.S.
  7. FILE PHOTO: A man wearing a protective face mask, following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outb

    Asian stocks set to track upbeat Wall Street despite rising infections

    Asian stocks were set to edge up on Tuesday after oil prices rose and technology firms pushed Wall Street higher, although investors remained ...