Hermes International


The “small V-shaped” recovery in China should be taken more cautiously

25/06/20 -"Despite still being upbeat about the long-term outlook for the group, the sharp sales contraction in the near term has weighed on our peers' valuation (based on 18 months forecasts). Hermès’ iconic ..."

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25/06/20
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