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Richemont, Lamborghini, social media and Japanese economy – News briefs

November 13, 2012


Today in luxury marketing: 

Broker upgrades lift Richemont to record high
Shares in Richemont rise to a record-high of approximately $70 after four brokers confirm their buy ratings on the luxury goods group and raise their target prices, per Reuters.

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Lamborghini rolls out Aventador Roadster
Exotic-car builder Lamborghini is rolling out a convertible version of its Aventador LP700-4 supercar which has a stiff, two-piece roof made of carbon fiber that the driver can remove and store in the luggage compartment, The Wall Street Journal reports.

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Social media's impact on spring
The Twitter and Instagram feeds of anyone who remotely follows fashion were inundated with images of Celine’s fur footwear and Chanel’s hula-hoop bag Sept. 30 and Oct. 2 — the respective days of each brand’s spring runway show during Paris Fashion Week, per WWD.

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Japanese economy contracts; economists, officials predict a recession
Japan’s economy contracted 0.9 percent in the late summer, according to government data released Nov. 12, as officials and economists there warned that the country appears headed toward a recession, according to The Washington Post.

Click here to read the entire story on The Washington Post