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Hugo Boss AG (BOSSn.DE)

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Wed, May 2 2018

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Hugo Boss sales rebound in China and U.S., but Germany sags

BERLIN German fashion house Hugo Boss reported strong quarterly sales growth in China and the United States on Wednesday but saw a decline in its home market and for its Hugo brand that it is updating for younger consumers. | Video

UPDATE 2-Hugo Boss sales rebound in China and U.S., but Germany sags

* Shares flat after initial dip (Adds CEO comments from conference call)

BRIEF-Hugo Boss sees no impact on China sales from trade tension

* HUGO BOSS CEO SAYS DOES NOT SEE SHORT-TERM IMPACT ON CHINESE BUSINESS FROM ESCALATING US-CHINA TRADE TENSIONS

Hugo Boss sales helped by rebound in China and Americas

BERLIN, May 2 German fashion house Hugo Boss reported that first-quarter sales rose by a currency-adjusted 5 percent, powered by strong growth in China and the Americas, while operating profit increased slightly, allowing it to confirm its 2018 outlook.

UPDATE 2-Investment to dent profit growth for sportier Hugo Boss

* Shares down 4.4 percent (Adds comments from news conference)

BRIEF-Hugo Boss CEO Says Expects Improvement In Operating Profit In 2019

* HUGO BOSS CEO SAYS EXPECTS IMPROVEMENT IN OPERATING PROFIT IN 2019

Hugo Boss upbeat for 2018 on brand shift to win young customers

BERLIN, March 8 German fashion house Hugo Boss said it expected sales growth to accelerate in 2018 and net income to rise as a brand overhaul to appeal to younger consumers and efforts to improve its ecommerce offering gained traction.

BRIEF-Hugo Boss Says Extend Tenure Of CEO Extended For Another 3 Years

* SAYS SUPERVISORY BOARD AGREED TO EXTEND THE TENURE OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND CHAIRMAN OF THE MANAGING BOARD MARK LANGER

European stocks rise as corporate updates improve sentiment

LONDON, Jan 16 European shares rose on Tuesday after corporate trading updates lifted sentiment, with shares in German fashion house Hugo Boss gaining on better-than-expected sales in the last quarter of 2017.

UPDATE 2-Hugo Boss sales pick up at stores, online and in U.S.

* 2017 EBITDA seen in line with forecast (Adds details, shares)

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