The STOXX Europe Luxury 10 index aims to select 10 companies that are positively exposed to European luxury goods. This includes companies involved in luxury/fashion accessories, cosmetics/other care products and high-class vehicles. These businesses are expected to benefit from the demand for luxury goods. Revere (RBICS) data allow for a detailed breakdown of revenue sources of eligible companies, helping the index methodology select those with substantial exposure to the targeted theme.
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Top 10 Components
|HERMES INTERNATIONAL||Consumer Products and Services||FR|
|LVMH MOET HENNESSY||Consumer Products and Services||FR|
|CIE FINANCIERE RICHEMONT||Consumer Products and Services||CH|
|FERRARI||Automobiles and Parts||IT|
|Kering||Consumer Products and Services||FR|
|MONCLER||Consumer Products and Services||IT|
|BURBERRY||Consumer Products and Services||GB|
|CHRISTIAN DIOR||Consumer Products and Services||FR|
|BRUNELLO CUCINELLI||Consumer Products and Services||IT|
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