Prada SpA is falling out of fashion six months into its Hong Kong trading debut as investors brace for Chinese shoppers to curb spending.
Shares of the maker of $2,000 bags and Miu Miu shoes, which gets more than 42 percent of sales from Asia , have dropped 34 percent from its July peak. The stock has fallen with companies such as jeweler Luk Fook Holdings International Ltd. (590) and Omega retailer Hengdeli Holdings Ltd. (3389) as property and stock-market declines hurt China’s consumers.
Luxury-sales growth in the world’s most populous nation will slow in 2012 from a forecast of at least 20 percent this year, said Royal Bank of Scotland analyst Katherine Chan. Coach Inc. (COH) to Gieves & Hawkes seller Trinity Ltd. (891) are already feeling the effects.
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