|Bid||10.76 x 900|
|Ask||10.80 x 800|
|Day's Range||10.75 - 11.39|
|52 Week Range||7.60 - 26.22|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.87|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.68 (4.47%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
were soaring Friday after the company announced it has settled its dispute with Bass Pro Shops and it now has access to the company's marketing channels. To settle the dispute, Bluegreen Vacations agreed to pay Bass Pro $20 million within 15 days of the execution of the settlement agreement and another $4 million each January first starting in 2020 through 2024. Bluegreen Vacations will pay Bass Pro a fixed annual fee of $70,000 for each Bass Pro and Cabela's store that Bluegreen Vacations is accessing for marketing plus $32 per net vacation package sold.
Bluegreen Vacations Corp. will resume marketing its timeshare properties in Bass Pro Shops after settling a dispute, but the deal will come at a significant cost. Boca Raton-based Bluegreen (NYSE: BXG) will pay Bass Pro $20 million within 15 days of signing the deal, plus an additional $4 million on Jan. 1 for the next five years. Bass Pro will keep the remaining $1.5 million prepaid by Bluegreen under a marketing and promotions agreement.
was canceled, and days later again after Bass Pro Shops announced it was ending it's marketing agreement with the company, should get a boost Friday, following pre-market announcement of a settlement with Bass Pro. BXG will not only be able to sell out of Bass Pro locations, it will also be able to do so from 75 Cabela's location (Bass Pro acquired Cabela's in 2017). Part of the agreement requires BXG to pay Bass Pro $20 million now, plus $5 million a year from 2020 and 2024, but this may put BXG back in the game.
Majority owner BBX Capital was all set to take the timeshare seller private, but the loss of a key distribution deal took a big bite out of the target's value.
Tuesday turned out to be a fairly solid day for one interesting restaurant name, but not so great for a vacation ownership company that has been hammered by a series of recent events. Post-market trading was favorable for Bloomin' Brands Inc. , which includes such brands as Outback Steakhouse, Bonefish Grill, Carrabba's Italian Grill and Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar.
The parent company of Bass Pro Shops terminated its marketing agreement with Bluegreen Vacations Corp., which will likely cost the Boca Raton-based timeshare developer a significant amount of revenue. Springfield, Missouri-based Bass Pro announced May 24 that Bluegreen will no longer be permitted to market timeshare interests in its stores as of May 25. Bluegreen owns 51 percent of this venture, while Bass Pro owns the other 49 percent.
BBX Capital Corp. has decided not to proceed with its merger with Bluegreen Vacations Corp., which will remain a public company. The announcement comes as Boca Raton-based timeshare developer Bluegreen (NYSE: BXG) remains in litigation with the parent company of Bass Pro Shops over a marketing agreement.
was sinking Thursday following news that its planned merger -- and its plans to become a private company -- fell apart. , announced Wednesday that it was calling of a previously planned merger which would have taken Bluegreen Vacations private at $16 a share and delisted it from the New York Stock Exchange. In early March, BBX Capital had said it planned to take Bluegreen Vacations private through a type of "short-form" merger allowed under Florida state law.
Bluegreen Vacations (BXG) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -4.76% and 6.87%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
On a per-share basis, the Boca Raton, Florida-based company said it had net income of 20 cents. The results fell short of Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of three analysts surveyed by Zacks ...
Bluegreen Vacations (BXG) has been upgraded to a Zacks Rank 1 (Strong Buy), reflecting growing optimism about the company's earnings prospects. This might drive the stock higher in the near term.
The parent company of Bass Pro Shops filed a lawsuit seeking $10 million in damages from a marketing deal it hopes to terminate with Bluegreen Vacations Corp. (NYSE: BXG). Springfield, Missouri-based Bass Pro LLC and its affiliate, Big Cedar LLC, filed a lawsuit April 17 in the Western District of Missouri, claiming that Bluegreen violated the marketing agreement by refusing to pay Bass Pro any commission for timeshare sales if it was involved in an interim sampler package. According to the lawsuit, the marketing agreement says Bluegreen must provide staffing at the retail kiosks in Bass Pro stores and cover all expenses of those operations, but Bluegreen imposed a “tour generation fee” on Bass Pro to cover its expenses.
A group of Fort Lauderdale-based companies accused of encouraging people to exit their timeshare units filed Chapter 11 reorganization as they deal with lawsuits from industry leaders Bluegreen Vacations Corp. and Wyndham Vacations Resorts. In separate lawsuits, Boca Raton-based Bluegreen Corp. (NYSE: BXG) and Orlando-based Wyndham (NYSE: WYND) have accused American Resource Management Group (ARMG) and its affiliate of defrauding timeshare customers and causing damage to their companies through deceptive marketing tactics. The companies deny wrongdoing and accuse Bluegreen and Wyndham of trying to “litigate the timeshare exit industry out of business,” according to ARMG's response in opposition to a bankruptcy trustee appointment.
About 17 months after going public with an IPO, Bluegreen Vacations Corp. will be taken private, the company announced on March 4. Fort Lauderdale-based BBX Capital Corp. (NYSE: BBX) beneficially owns about 90 percent of the common stock of Boca Raton-based timeshare developer Bluegreen (NYSE: BXG). When Bluegreen launched its IPO in November 2017, its shares were priced at $14 each. “While Bluegreen went public in November 2017, the anticipated benefits of becoming a public company were not fully realized and the costs and management time associated with being a public company were significant,” Bluegreen said in a news release.
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Bluegreen Vacations (BXG) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 17.39% and -6.35%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2018. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?