Tiffany & Co.

NYSE: TIF
$128.88
+$6.06 (+4.9%)
Closing price October 27, 2020
Tiffany's acquisition by French luxury goods firm LVMH is in danger of being canceled due to a dispute between the United States and the European Union over tariffs on certain luxury goods.
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Paris-based luxury goods giant LVMH and Tiffany have agreed to the French company's acquisition of the New York-based jewelry icon for $135 a share.
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Tiffany, which has received a buyout offer from luxury conglomerate LVMH, is not a very good company. Investors should take the money and run.
LVMH's $14.5 billion bid for Tiffany may be just an opening for more to come.
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Tiffany released mixed fiscal second-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Wednesday.
Tiffany is scheduled to release its fiscal second-quarter financial results before the markets open on Wednesday.
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