|Bid||93.50 x 800|
|Ask||93.95 x 1800|
|Day's Range||92.42 - 94.08|
|52 Week Range||85.37 - 119.71|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.41|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Mar 03, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||102.17|
Duff and Phelps Chief Strategist Chris Campbell and NYU Stern Marketing Professor Scott Galloway joins On the Move to break down the latest trade deal action.
Dollar Tree, Inc. (NASDAQ: DLTR), North America's leading operator of discount variety stores, will host its conference call for investors and analysts to discuss financial results for the fourth quarter ended February 1, 2020.
The sector's quarterly reports are likely to reflect benefits from constant omnichannel initiatives, brand introduction, store expansion and remodeling, and efforts to enhance delivery services.
A centrally located Triad shopping center with a grocery anchor has sold for $5.8 million. S Main Partners LLC in partnership with Seaford Capital Partners, both controlled by Matt Klump of Glen Allen, Virginia, bought Kerner Village Shopping Center in Kernersville from the estate of the late J.C. Few of Wilkesboro. The 82,000 square foot Kerners Village Shopping Center, anchored by a 17,080 square foot Aldi supermarket and a 22,680 SF Dollar Tree (NASDAQ: DLTR) retailer is located at 813 S. Main St., just north of the Business 40/U.S. 421 interchange.
Dismal margin trend and elevated tariffs act as deterrents for Dollar Tree (DLTR). Additionally, management's fiscal 2019 guidance remains soft.
Better pricing, effective inventory management and merchandise initiatives have aided Dollar General (DG) in carving out a niche in the retail space.
Dollar Tree fell more than 2% after getting cut to Neutral from Buy at Bank of America. The downgrade was in response to margin pressures from the Family Dollar division and the company’s leadership transition.
The bullish case for Dollar Tree, Inc. (NASDAQ: DLTR ) can no longer be justified as benefits from Family Dollar remodels are unlikely to be large enough to offset a gross margin impact, according to Bank ...
Dollar Tree Inc. was downgraded to neutral from buy at Bank of America on concerns that the discount retailer's merchandising and leadership changes could drive additional margin pressure at the Family Dollar banner in 2020. Bank of America lowered its price objective to $95 from $105. Dollar Tree stock was down nearly 1% in Thursday trading. Analysts led by Robert Ohmes think Family Dollar store remodels will have a traffic benefit, but it will be offset by the gross margin impact. "We think expanded consumables could crowd out purchases of higher-margin discretionary items given the tight budgets of Family Dollar's core customers," Bank of America said. "These pressures, along with shrink and freight headwinds, are likely to result in margin contraction at Family Dollar for much of 2020, in our view." Moreover, now that Dollar Tree leadership is also taking on the merchandising at Family Dollar, analysts are concerned that the "greater complexity" of heading up two banners with different customer demographics could be a challenge. Dollar Tree stock is down 5.7% over the last year while the S&P 500 index is up 25.5% for the period.
Costco's (COST) business model and commitment toward opening membership warehouses will continue to drive traffic. The company also remains focused on ramping up investments in the wake of rising competition.
Dollar Tree, Inc. (NASDAQ: DLTR), North America’s leading operator of discount variety stores, plans to hire store managers and assistant store managers during its Nationwide Management Hiring Event hosted at participating Dollar Tree and Family Dollar stores across the country on Wednesday, January 22.
Gordon Haskett analyst Chuck Grom made wholesale changes to his stock ratings Thursday, ahead of coming retail reports. He said investors should buy Nordstrom and sell Dollar Tree.
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Dollar General's (DG) better pricing, private label offerings, effective inventory management, and merchandise initiatives have been aiding the company in carving out a niche in the retail space.
Dollar Tree (DLTR) is grappling with soft margins, high costs and tariffs. Nevertheless, its strategic initiatives like the Dollar Tree Plus! test and store-optimization efforts are encouraging.