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Protests in Hong Kong dampened first-quarter sales in a key watch market.
The company narrowed its full-year guidance, as it expects same-store sales to continue declining.
Trade tensions between the United States and China took a toll on the jeweler.
BlackRock Inc. reduced its shareholdings to less than 5 percent as the Danish jewelry company continues to struggle.
Sales in the jewelry division, which includes Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, climbed 10 percent to nearly $8 billion.
Quarterly revenue in the United States fell 12 percent as charm demand waned.
Gucci was the star of the show overall, but Boucheron delivered a strong performance in the jewelry segment.
Bulgari was a top performer in both watches and jewelry.
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