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Signet Jewelers Ltd. has agreed to pay several Zale shareholders a total of $34 million in a dispute over the per-share price Signet paid when it acquired Zale last year.
The Danish bead and jewelry brand said Tuesday that it closed a total of 125 accounts in the Americas region in the second quarter, almost all of them located in the United States.
Blue Nile Inc. reported solid second quarter results Friday, with total sales increasing 7 percent year-over-year as falling diamond prices boosted engagement ring sales.
The Paris-based luxury goods conglomerate reported Tuesday that its Watches & Jewelry division saw sales increase by double digits in the first half of the year, led by Bulgari.
Birks Group reported that U.S. same-store sales were up 19 percent in its fiscal year ended March 28, due to an increase in average transaction price and the success of the company’s watch strategy.
Same-store sales increased 4 percent in the retailer’s fiscal first quarter, with both bridal and diamond fashion jewelry performing particularly well.
Movado Group soon will be entering the world of wearables and, like a number of other watch companies, has been raising prices recently.
Despite positive performances in Canada and Latin America, Tiffany & Co. reported Wednesday that global comps for the company were down slightly in the first quarter.
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