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Mulberry, best known for its leather handbags, said sales at its own stores leapt 66 percent in the six weeks to Jan. 15.Wholesale orders for Spring 2011 were up 104 percent, with three months of the season still remaining, it said.bullish update, said Arden Partners analyst Nick Bubb.pretax profits will be ahead of expectations. But then, with the PE (price to earnings ratio) about 70 at 1,266 pence, they need to be, he said.Mulberry shares, which have risen about fivefold over the past 18 months, were up 4.1 percent at 1,301 pence at 0835 GMT , valuing the company at about 759 million pounds.House broker Altium raised its profit forecast for the year ending March to 18.5 million pounds ($29 million) from 15 million, and doubled its share price target to 2,000 pence.Luxury brands across the world have bounced back strongly from a deep recession, driven by surging demand in Asia.Mulberry chief executive Godfrey David said demand was particularly strong in Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea but British consumers were also still buying its handbags, which mostly cost 500 900 pounds, despite a tough economic outlook.Mulberry new Tillie family of bags was selling well, while its older Alexa, Bayswater, Daria and Mitzy ranges were also still in demand, Davis said.
Durham Lumiere 2017 tickets, start time, locations and programmeWith Lumiere set to light up Durham again this winter, here’s our guide to how to get there, what to see and how to bag the ticket you’ll need to visit at peak times13:17, 18 NOV 2017Updated13:19, 18 NOV 2017What’s OnGet what’s on updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailDurham Lumiere is back from Thursday, November 16 until Sunday, November 19 and quite literally showing the historic city in a new light.On its last outing, the spectacular event, organisers Artichoke, attracted 200,000 visitors (with an economic impact on the region of so it’s clear why tickets which are free and only apply to the busiest times are in high demand this year.Since its inception in 2009, the light festival which brings welcome colour and cheer to dark November evenings has established itself as a landmark event in the North East’s cultural calendar. Here’s all you’ll need to know to ensure you have the best time there.How can I get them? Those booked earlier can be collected in person from Gala Theatre in Durham and from a range of Durham County Council venues, including several libraries.The libraries are those at Chester le Street; Stanley; Consett; Seaham; Peterlee; Crook, and Barnard Castle.They are also available at Bishop Auckland Town Hall, Spennymoor Leisure Centre and Newton Aycliffe Leisure Centre. It’s best to check out the venues’ opening times before turning up.And they are also bookable online on the Lumiere website here.Those tickets will be/have been posted out.However, tickets newly released on Monday can be booked online only, for collection.