LVMH, the largest luxury goods maker had reported in the third quarter revenue which break all levels of estimates, which led by much stronger than expected performance in leather and fashion goods. The France-based maker of Hennessy conglomerate told in a statement that the sales rose to 9.14 billion euros ($10.2 billion), while analysts had predicted 8.92 billion euros led by a median of 21 estimates. In fact, the revenue had climbed 6 percent on an organic scale, compared with the 4 percent median estimate. The Louis Vuitton handbags was the sales factor and was boosted by its fashion and leather-goods division. Previous week the organisation took over German suitcase maker Rimowa for 640 million euros—a great move that Deutsche Bank analysts had told to postpone and to reduce the size of potential risk. Across Asia, excluding Japan had shown a significant improvement during the quarter it told in a press statement. The Europe and the US remained well positioned with the exception of France which faces a vast decline in the number of tourists. Shares which bares the full name of the company LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE had rose 1.1 percent to 157.05 euros in Paris. The sales were released once the markets is closed.