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Oksana Senatorova is the publisher of the Jewelry Trade Navigator magazine and the founder of the Jewellery Business Academy.
She graduated from I. M. Sechenov Medical Academy and the Faculty of Psychology of Lomonosov Moscow State University...

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Tiffany & Co. sales during the holiday season rise

27 december 2019

Tiffany & Co., a global luxury jewelry brand, reported sales growth during the holiday season from November 1 to December 25 by 1-3% year on year. 

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   Image credit: Tiffany & Co.


Although demand in Hong Kong fell due to mass unrest and economic instability, poor results were offset by increased sales in mainland China.
Japan also showed a decrease in sales by 9-11% due to an increase in consumer tax in the country.
The company said sales in Europe grew by 3-5%, in both Americas by 2-4%, and in the Asia-Pacific region by 5-7%.

Victoria Quiri, Correspondent of the European Bureau, Rough&Polished, Strasbourg