1. Burberry could take a $122 million hit on sales because of the Hong Kong protests, analysts warn  INSIDER
  2. Burberry could take a $123 million hit on sales because of the Hong Kong protests, analysts warn  Business Insider India
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Jeffries analysts say that they expect the British luxury brand to be badly impacted by the protests because of its exposure to the Hong Kong market.Jeffries analysts say that they expect the British luxury brand to be badly impacted by the protests because of its exposure to the Hong Kong market.

Analysts say Hong Kong protests could cost Burberry $122 million in sales - Insider

Analysts say that Burberry could take a £100 million ($123 million) hit to its sales in Hong Kong this year because of ongoing violent protests in the city.Analysts say that Burberry could take a £100 million ($123 million) hit to its sales in Hong Kong this year because of ongoing violent protests in the city.

Burberry could take a $123 million hit on sales because of the Hong Kong protests, analysts warn | Business Insider India

“Chinese Communist Party has been trying to suppress the protestors in Hong Kong for months. Now they’re trying to censor Americans and stop us from speaking out. I will travel to Hong Kong myself to learn the latest on the ground and report the facts”

Josh Hawley on Twitter: "Chinese Communist Party has been trying to suppress the protestors in Hong Kong for months. Now they’re trying to censor Americans and stop us from speaking out. I will travel to Hong Kong myself to learn the latest on the ground and report the facts"

“Hong Kong police under fire after officer dressed as protester threatens residents from inside closed MTR station https://t.co/2P4kmwkpQH via @hongkongfp”

Joshua Wong 黃之鋒😷 on Twitter: "Hong Kong police under fire after officer dressed as protester threatens residents from inside closed MTR station https://t.co/2P4kmwkpQH via @hongkongfp"

“#Wizards coach Scott Brooks was asked about the several protests that occurred during the game against a team from the Chinese Basketball Association. At least a dozen times people shouted pro-Hong Kong messages. Here are the complete questions and Brooks’ responses in full.”

Candace Buckner on Twitter: "#Wizards coach Scott Brooks was asked about the several protests that occurred during the game against a team from the Chinese Basketball Association. At least a dozen times people shouted pro-Hong Kong messages. Here are the complete questions and Brooks’ responses in full.… https://t.co/6DcVoeqRnj"

“Xi Jingping says he is watching Kashmir but why does @PMOIndia/MEA not say 1)We are watching Pro Democracy protests muzzled in Hong Kong. 2 )We are watching human rights violations in Xinjiang. 3 )We are watching continued oppression in Tibet 4 )We are watching South China Sea”

Manish Tewari on Twitter: "Xi Jingping says he is watching Kashmir but why does @PMOIndia/MEA not say 1)We are watching Pro Democracy protests muzzled in Hong Kong. 2 )We are watching human rights violations in Xinjiang. 3 )We are watching continued oppression in Tibet 4 )We are watching South China Sea"