The world leader in luxury LVMH announced on Tuesday that it started the year with sales growth which reached 14 billion euros in the first quarter, surpassing those of the first quarter of 2019.
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This performance is higher than the consensus compiled by the Bloomberg and Facset agencies, which respectively expected 12.7 and 12.5 billion euros. Bernard Arnault's group, the first of the CAC 40 to unveil its quarterly figures, reported a turnover growth of 32% compared to 2020. In comparison with the first quarter of 2019, organic sales growth is evident at 8%.