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Tue, Sep 10 2019

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JD Sports outperforms struggling UK retail sector

LONDON Britain's biggest sportswear retailer JD Sports made light of the UK's retail sector woes on Tuesday as its gym clothing and premium-branded fashion helped it to a profit rise that propelled its shares to the top of the FTSE leaderboard.

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JD Sports outperforms struggling UK retail sector

LONDON Britain's biggest sportswear retailer JD Sports made light of the UK's retail sector woes on Tuesday as its gym clothing and premium-branded fashion helped it to a profit rise that propelled its shares to the top of the FTSE leaderboard.

UPDATE 3-JD Sports outperforms struggling UK retail sector

* Peel Hunt upgrades target price on "stellar" performance (Recasts, adds quotes, background and further reaction)

European fashion brands agree new deal in Bangladesh

DHAKA European fashion brands who buy readymade garments from Bangladesh agreed on Tuesday to hand over responsibility for issues like worker safety to a new body called the Readymade Sustainability Council (RSC).

European fashion brands agree new deal in Bangladesh

DHAKA, Sept 3 European fashion brands who buy readymade garments from Bangladesh agreed on Tuesday to hand over responsibility for issues like worker safety to a new body called the Readymade Sustainability Council (RSC).

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Major fashion companies to make G7 pledge to help environment

PARIS, Aug 23 Major fashion companies from around the world said on Friday they had signed a pact which they would present at this week's G7 summit to help protect the environment.

CORRECTED-Major fashion companies to make G7 pledge to help environment

PARIS, Aug 23 Major fashion companies from around the world said on Friday they had signed a pact which they would present at this week's G7 summit to help protect the environment.

RPT-Wall St Week Ahead-Retailers in spotlight as tariffs on consumer products kick in

(Repeats column originally published on Friday) By Noel Randewich SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 30 U.S. retailers will be front and center on Wall Street next week as the United States imposes new tariffs on $300 billion worth of Chinese imports, including clothing, televisions and jewelry. The upcoming tariffs on Chinese goods will hit consumers more directly than duties already levied against $250 billion worth of imports. Retailers are scrambling to cut costs and find ways to mi

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Wall Street Weekahead: Retailers in spotlight as tariffs on consumer products kick in

SAN FRANCISCO U.S. retailers will be front and center on Wall Street next week as the United States imposes new tariffs on $300 billion worth of Chinese imports, including clothing, televisions and jewelry. | Video

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Wall Street Week Ahead - Retailers in spotlight as tariffs on consumer products kick in

SAN FRANCISCO U.S. retailers will be front and centre on Wall Street next week as the United States imposes new tariffs on $300 billion worth of Chinese imports, including clothing, televisions and jewelry. | Video

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