Reeling from a record-breaking stock market crash, luxury brands are trying to keep their stock prices high.

The stock market is back on track after a record market crash that wiped out the value of many companies’ investments.

The S&P 500 was up just 1.4 percent at the end of the day, but was still down by a hefty 3.5 percent from the previous day.

And even with all of the losses, stocks were still worth more than $6.6 trillion.

That’s an amazing comeback, according to some of the companies that have invested in the market in the past.

Luxury goods maker Tiffany &Laser, for example, sold some of its jewelry and jewelry boxes at record prices for decades, even when stocks plunged.

Tiffany has been one of the biggest players in the luxury jewelry market, and the stock has grown exponentially in the last decade.

In the last two years, Tiffany has doubled its jewelry stock holdings to nearly $400 million.

Tiffany’s jewelry box stocks have soared about 1,000 percent since the 2008 stock market collapse.

That was in the midst of the financial crisis, which wiped out billions in investor wealth.

In this image provided by Tiffany &amps;Lazer, Tiffany is seen with an American flag and a flag of the United States, as she attends the Tiffany &amping;Lampron Company and Tiffany &Lasers annual meeting in New York on July 28, 2018.

The stock has soared since then.

Tiffany &AMplifier also jumped nearly 50 percent this year to $5 billion.

The company makes earrings, earrings and earrings accessories, according the company’s website.

The luxury jeweler, which was founded in 1872, has been the biggest investor in the jewelry industry since the late 1950s.

It has about a $4 billion business in the United Kingdom, according a Reuters analysis of company filings.

“We have been investing in jewelry for over 100 years and it has never been better to see the economy return to normal and that’s something we believe is critical to the continued growth of the company,” Tiffany &amplifier said in a statement to Reuters.

But that hasn’t been enough for some of Tiffany’s biggest competitors. 

Luxury jewelry maker Tiffany and Co. is pictured in New Jersey, U.S., March 12, 2019.

The New York-based company is also one of many large luxury brands that has been hit hard by the market crash.

Luxe jewelry maker Hermès and luxury home goods maker Zara have been hit by the downturn in the stock market.

And luxury brand Louis Vuitton is also trying to save its stock by buying up smaller businesses. 

“Our focus is not just on luxury goods but on luxury jewelry,” Louis Vuitettes CEO Jean-Claude Biver told CNBC last week.

“If you are in the business of luxury jewelry, you need to be there for the business.

And we are buying a number of small businesses.”