AEO - American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
16.19
+0.35 (+2.21%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close15.90
Open16.05
Bid16.08 x 800
Ask0.00 x 2200
Day's Range15.90 - 16.35
52 Week Range14.53 - 29.00
Volume3,665,219
Avg. Volume4,712,459
Market Cap2.788B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.01
PE Ratio (TTM)10.92
EPS (TTM)1.48
Earnings DateSep 4, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.55 (3.47%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-07-11
1y Target Est22.64
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  • Citi urges American Eagle and Abercrombie and Fitch to merge
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    Citi urges American Eagle and Abercrombie and Fitch to merge

    Shares of Abercrombie & Fitch have fallen 42% within the past three months. However, Citi believes it has a solution for the apparel maker's woes. Yahoo Finance's Myles Udland, Jared Bilkre, and Brian Sozzi break it down.

  • How tariffs will impact the retail sector
    Yahoo Finance Video

    How tariffs will impact the retail sector

    The latest escalation in the U.S.,China trade war may mean trouble is coming for the retail sector, with President Donald Trump tweeting that he's placing a 10% tariff on 300 billion dollars worth of Chinese imports, effective September 1st. Lorraine Hutchinson, retail analyst at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, joined The Final Round to discuss

  • Here’s the next disaster in retail: Q2 results
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    Here’s the next disaster in retail: Q2 results

    Yahoo Finance’s The First Trade has been keeping an eye on retailers as the calendar gets ready to flip to August. The key back-to-school shopping season is just about to kick off -- but 2Q results are shaping up to be pretty bad. Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi discuss.

  • Benzinga

    Barron's Picks And Pans: American Eagle Outfitters, Chevron, Grocery Outlet And More

    The cover story in this weekend's Barron's offers stock picks for an energy sector rebound. Other featured articles discuss how the trade war is hitting tech's bottom line and why banks are not an alternative ...

  • Barrons.com

    American Eagle Stock Will Soar Despite the Trade War

    American Eagle Outfitters and its Aerie line are gaining market share with designs that embrace body positivity.

  • Motley Fool

    These 3 Rock-Solid Retailers Don't Share Macy's Pain

    American Eagle Outfitters, TJX, and LVMH didn’t deserve to take stock price hits along with Macy’s this week.

  • Business Wire

    American Eagle Outfitters Invites You to Listen to Its Second Quarter 2019 Earnings Conference Call

    In conjunction with American Eagle Outfitters' second quarter 2019 earnings release, you are invited to listen to a broadcast of the conference call live over the Internet on Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.

  • Motley Fool

    A Foolish Take: Apparel and Shoes Top Back-to-School Shopping Lists

    Apparel brands that resonate with teens could benefit from the back-to-school rush.

  • Simply Wall St.

    Here's What American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.'s (NYSE:AEO) P/E Ratio Is Telling Us

    This article is written for those who want to get better at using price to earnings ratios (P/E ratios). To keep it...

  • Can American Eagle's Robust Comps Trend & Efforts Aid Stock?
    Zacks

    Can American Eagle's Robust Comps Trend & Efforts Aid Stock?

    American Eagle's (AEO) strategic initiatives including omni-channel efforts and brand strength are likely to aid its stock performance.

  • The timing of Trump's tariffs 'could not be worse for retailers': Analyst
    Yahoo Finance

    The timing of Trump's tariffs 'could not be worse for retailers': Analyst

    Another wave of tariffs is right around the corner, and the timing ‘could not be worse for retailers’ for U.S. retailers, according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst.

  • The Market Timing Secrets No One Talks About - July 30, 2019
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    The Market Timing Secrets No One Talks About - July 30, 2019

    Is the ability to time the markets more of a data-driven science or a 'gut - feeling' art?

  • An Intrinsic Calculation For American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. (NYSE:AEO) Suggests It's 42% Undervalued
    Simply Wall St.

    An Intrinsic Calculation For American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. (NYSE:AEO) Suggests It's 42% Undervalued

    Today we'll do a simple run through of a valuation method used to estimate the attractiveness of American Eagle...

  • Abercrombie & Fitch's Gilly Hicks Could Become Its New Growth Engine
    Motley Fool

    Abercrombie & Fitch's Gilly Hicks Could Become Its New Growth Engine

    The retailer revives a faded brand to challenge Aerie and Victoria’s Secret -- but will it pay off?

  • American Eagle Makes an “Uproar” for Fall ’19 With Lil Wayne Collaboration and Unrivaled New Jeans Collections With Curvy, AirFlex and Stacked Fits
    Business Wire

    American Eagle Makes an “Uproar” for Fall ’19 With Lil Wayne Collaboration and Unrivaled New Jeans Collections With Curvy, AirFlex and Stacked Fits

    American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. (AEO) announced today that the American Eagle (AE) brand will debut a collaboration with Grammy® Award-winning and multi-platinum selling hip hop music superstar, Lil Wayne, with the launch of the AE x Young Money collection. "American Eagle is the authority in jeans innovation, quality, fit and value, and we are excited to launch even more fit offerings and expanded sizes across all stores and online. AE is unleashing the power of inclusivity, and we’re throwing a party this back-school-season for everybody,” commented Chad Kessler, American Eagle Global Brand President.

  • MarketWatch

    Victoria's Secret is losing Instagram 'likes' to competitors

    Victoria's Secret is losing its likes, according to UBS analysts, who conducted a social media analysis of a number of apparel brands. The data shows that the L Brands Inc. lingerie brand saw its Instagram "likes" fall 34% year-over-year. Meanwhile, American Eagle Outfitters Inc.'s Aerie gained steam, as did a few other lesser-known brands. "For example, Fashion Nova, an apparel retailer which posts similar type of imagery as Victoria's Secret does, has made exceptional gains on Instagram," UBS said, noting that Fashion Nova had 37 million likes in June. "We think the market would be surprised to learn Fashion Nova generated more likes than any other brand or retailer we track in this study." Rapper Cardi B has a collection with Fashion Nova. Victoria's Secret, which has fallen out of favor, has struggled to get back on trend. L Brands stock is up 3% for the year to date while American Eagle Outfitters has fallen 6.7% and the S&P 500 index has gained 19.6%.

  • New owner finalizes deal with Soffer Organization to take ownership of SouthSide Works
    American City Business Journals

    New owner finalizes deal with Soffer Organization to take ownership of SouthSide Works

    New York investor group confirms closing on deal and takes ownership of South Side mixed-use development, with Soffer to maintain property management role.

  • American Eagle and Its Peers Enter the CBD Space
    Market Realist

    American Eagle and Its Peers Enter the CBD Space

    American Eagle partnered with Green Growth Brands (GGBXF) to sell CBD-infused body care products in about 500 of its stores and online.

  • 2 Fresh Catalysts for American Eagle Outfitters
    Motley Fool

    2 Fresh Catalysts for American Eagle Outfitters

    CBD products and a fresh buyback blitz could strengthen this “best in breed” apparel retailer.

  • This CBD Stock Is Quietly Becoming a Retail Giant
    Motley Fool

    This CBD Stock Is Quietly Becoming a Retail Giant

    From brand-name retailers to mall-based shops, this company's cannabidiol products are popping up everywhere.

  • American Eagle & GGB Sign Agreement to Sell CBD Products
    Zacks

    American Eagle & GGB Sign Agreement to Sell CBD Products

    American Eagle (AEO) and Green Growth Brands have joined hands to distribute CBD-infused personal care products across the United States. This is likely to help the company boost traffic.

  • All You Need To Know About American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.'s (NYSE:AEO) Financial Health
    Simply Wall St.

    All You Need To Know About American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.'s (NYSE:AEO) Financial Health

    Small and large cap stocks are widely popular for a variety of reasons, however, mid-cap companies such as American...

  • Zara's Hot Polka Dot Dress Beats Big Data
    Bloomberg

    Zara's Hot Polka Dot Dress Beats Big Data

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- A $69.90 polka dot dress from Zara has become the fashion hit of the summer. Despite little email or social media promotion from the chain, the flowy, universally flattering mid-length frock has become so ubiquitous that someone has created an Instagram account to collect sightings of it out in the fashion wilds – including several that appear to show multiple women wearing it to the same event.The frenzy around the garment epitomizes the ability of the brand’s parent, Inditex SA, to ride a sartorial wave.But the company, founded by Spain’s richest man, Amancio Ortega, is coming under intensified pressure. Rivals in the U.S. and Europe are catching up to its short production lead times. Meanwhile, cheaper upstarts such as Associated British Foods Plc’s Primark and Boohoo Group Plc, are burnishing their fashion credentials.There is no doubt that Inditex’s business model has served it handsomely for more than four decades. But its approach must prove its mettle now more than ever. Otherwise, its advantages risk being gradually whittled away, along with the group’s industry-leading profitability.The retailer, of course, is famous for its fast supply chain. Many competitors order from factories at least six months in advance. But Inditex’s brands, led by Zara, which accounts for about 70% of group sales, produce most of their garments within the current fashion season. About 57% of products are made close to its headquarters in Arteixo, northern Spain, including at facilities in Portugal, Morocco and Turkey. This means Zara clothes can go from design to shop floor within a matter of weeks.Just as important as the tempo is its unique process of developing ideas.It starts with Zara’s army of store managers, who communicate what’s selling and what trends are emerging to the commercial team within Inditex’s sprawling head office. This is not some complex exercise in big data; it’s a conversational approach to absorbing what shoppers want. Designers, who sit nearby, incorporate that feedback into their creations.This has all added up to spectacular growth. But, not only is the company maturing, the competitive landscape has become more difficult. Progress from here will be much harder work.Social media makes it easier for all retailers to see what is hot. Just take those polka dots: Even Topshop, now widely regarded as a bit of a fashion has-been, also managed to produce a stand-out spotty dress. At the same time, retailers from Britain’s Next Plc to Gap Inc. in the U.S. are finally shortening their supply chains. They are still not as speedy as Inditex, but they are narrowing the gap.Another risk is the rise of online shopping. Most stores find that the high cost of fulfilling these sales squeezes profitability. But Inditex’s process is not all that different from what it’s already doing, and that helps shield its margins from the digital onslaught. Store managers telling the head office that they need three puff-sleeve blouses and two pairs of chunky sandals is similar to an individual placing the same order from her laptop. Indeed, Inditex is fond of pointing out that it was a digital company long before the rise of e-commerce.Despite all of its advantages, Inditex’s operating margin has been shrinking for the past six years. Consequently, the group is opening fewer, larger stores, and plans to increase space in prime locations by 5-6% this year. This is the right strategy, but it means that it won't be able to count on large-scale store openings to boost revenue growth. The company is also overhauling its management. Pablo Isla, executive chairman since 2011, will cede his chief executive officer role to Carlos Crespo. By elevating the chief operating officer to the top job, Inditex is clearly trying to wring the maximum benefit from the business model, in order to continue to stay ahead of rivals.At its heart is fashion. We’re at a moment in apparel retailing in which technology is often framed as the lynchpin of any success or turnaround. Investors have been dazzled by newcomers StitchFix Inc. and Revolve Group Inc., which tout their ability to use algorithms to create and buy the right product selection. Executives from the likes of Gap and American Eagle Outfitters Inc. emphasize more personalized digital experiences as a way to win over customers.And while Zara counts on technology, such as by using radio frequency identification to know exactly where every organza halter-neck top and utility boiler suit is, much of its dominance is actually due to something more old-school: it knows how to make clothes that people want – even before they do.Though cost control is always important, what will be crucial for Crespo is ensuring that Zara’s fashion compass stays perfectly calibrated. Putting style at the center of everything the company does is essential, not only to ensure that Zara can continue to charge a premium for the latest looks, but also for ensuring it doesn't emulate rival Hennes & Mauritz AB and end up with a pile of unsold stock.As sales growth has slowed in recent years there have been questions as to whether Inditex has retained its fashion flair, particularly with fewer discernible trends to chase.That polka-dot dress shows that it is still capable of churning out the blockbusters. To stay ahead of increasingly nimble rivals, it must produce a steady stream of equally Instagram-friendly fashion hits.To contact the authors of this story: Andrea Felsted at afelsted@bloomberg.netSarah Halzack at shalzack@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Jennifer Ryan at jryan13@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Andrea Felsted is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering the consumer and retail industries. She previously worked at the Financial Times.Sarah Halzack is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering the consumer and retail industries. She was previously a national retail reporter for the Washington Post.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • This Marijuana Stock Seals Deal To Sell CBD At American Eagle Stores
    Investor's Business Daily

    This Marijuana Stock Seals Deal To Sell CBD At American Eagle Stores

    Marijuana stocks: Green Growth Brands will sell CBD-infused products at American Eagle Outfitters, after a similar deal with Abercrombie & Fitch.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-American Eagle to start selling cannabis-based balms, lotions this year

    American Eagle Outfitters Inc will start selling cannabidiol (CBD)-infused personal care products in the United States later this year, entering a market that has seen booming demand among the apparel retailer's core younger customers. The retailer will sell CBD-infused lotions, muscle balms and aromatherapy products developed and supplied by Green Growth Brands Inc, the Toronto-headquartered cannabis company said on Thursday. The products will appeal directly to American Eagle's mainly millennial audience as they view CBD as the next big trend in lifestyle focused on health, analysts told Reuters.