Milan hosted the 18th edition of the Altagamma Observatory, which presented data from the Altagamma 2019 Worldwide Market Monitor study, carried out by Bain & Company on the luxury market
The interest in art and collectibles as part of a holistic wealth management strategy continues. Technology, changes in regulations, and social impact investing are key trends to shape the art and finance market in 2019 and moving forward.
The last 5 trading days were overall neutral for luxury stocks, even if quite a few things happened on the market. Equities as a whole closed little changed globally: the S&P 500 declined a bit while the European Stoxx 600 managed to edge a tiny bit higher. Asia finished almost unchanged recouping most of the losses suffered through the earlier part of the week
Milan Stock Exchange, Piazza Affari. The AIM Italia index now also lists Pattern, a company active in designing, engineering, developing, prototyping, and producing apparel collections for several high-end global brands in the segment of runway shows and men’s and women’s main lines
Last week was not particularly eventful neither for equities as whole nor for luxury stocks specifically The only remarkable piece of news recorded was once again to be found within the US market where the S&P 500 managed to close for the first time above the 3000 threshold
The 3rd Annual Sohn Monaco Investment Conference gathered renowned hedge fund and asset managers to discuss their most compelling investment ideas on Thursday 6 June at the Monaco Yacht Club. Excellence Magazine was one of the media partner of the event, bringing its contribution in terms of dissemination and promotion of the topics covered during the important conference
As a highly topical issue of the utmost importance both to SME and large organizations and institutions, cyber-security has been the subject of an interesting conference held in Malta at the splendid Casino Maltese palace, and organized by the asset management firm AQA Capital
Harrods, Selfridges and Liberty are topping the chart of the five most productive stores on the international scene, as shown by the latest survey carried out by GlobalData in collaboration with London architecture firm Sybarite