HONG KONG: Prada shares up in early trading
By just-style.com | 27 June 2011
Italian fashion house Prada enjoyed a better than expected first two days of trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, rising by more than HK$2 (US$0.26) by today (27 June).
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