|Bid||81.04 x 800|
|Ask||81.88 x 3100|
|Day's Range||79.79 - 82.41|
|52 Week Range||60.20 - 119.71|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.55|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||23.54|
|Earnings Date||May 28, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||89.09|
Wall Street is itching to know what’s on Nelson Peltz’s shopping list after the activist investor teased two new positions last week. Gordon Haskett suggests Colgate-Palmolive and Dollar Tree.
Although uncertain COVID-19 impacts and dismal margins are likely to affect Dollar Tree's (DLTR) Q1 results, robust demand for essential items act as a catalyst.
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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 first quarter ended May 2, 2020.
Dollar Tree (NASDAQ: DLTR) should be doing better than it is during the coronavirus pandemic. As states begin to reopen their economies and businesses are allowed to compete again, Dollar Tree may continue to lag behind its rivals. Dollar Tree's performance leading up to COVID-19 being declared a pandemic was not inspiring, as comparable sales rose an anemic 0.4% in the fourth quarter.
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Announcement of Periodic Review: Moody's announces completion of a periodic review of ratings of Dollar Tree, Inc. New York, April 29, 2020 -- Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has completed a periodic review of the ratings of Dollar Tree, Inc. and other ratings that are associated with the same analytical unit. The review was conducted through a portfolio review in which Moody's reassessed the appropriateness of the ratings in the context of the relevant principal methodology(ies), recent developments, and a comparison of the financial and operating profile to similarly rated peers.
Shares of Nordstrom (NYSE: JWN), Dollar Tree (NASDAQ: DLTR), and Foot Locker (NYSE: FL) were among a number of retail names making big gains on Monday as the sector got a boost from several states beginning to reopen their economies or announcing plans to do so. Last Friday, Georgia allowed nonessential retail stores and businesses including gyms and barbershops to open, and on Monday restaurants and movie theaters were given the green light to open their doors. Investors not surprisingly viewed these moves as positive steps, and a sign that the worst of the crisis is behind the retail industry.
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The R Street Corridor was still an emerging area of Sacramento when Dollar Tree opened at 1235 S St. nearly a decade ago, in 2011.
With the COVID-19 crisis sending the U.S. economy in a recession, we're looking at what companies managed to thrive during the last recession for guidance.
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic isn't just taking a terrible toll in lives, straining the healthcare system and disrupting daily life: It's eliminating American jobs at an unprecedented pace.Nearly 17 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits between March 15 and April 4 as mass layoffs began to ripple throughout the economy. The travel, retail and restaurant industries have been hit particularly hard. Goldman Sachs predicts unemployment could reach up to 15% later this year. If so, that more than double the job losses as a result of the 2008 recession. St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard isn't nearly so optimistic, believing unemployment could spike to 32% by next quarter.However, if you've suddenly found yourself on the job search, some relief is on the way. A few sectors are seeing a huge spike in demand, and as a result, several companies are hiring thousands, tens of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of workers right now.Employment categories currently seeing a surge in hiring include grocery stores, food delivery services, package delivery drivers, freight trucking, cleaning services, call centers, e-commerce warehouses and logistics, nursing homes, online tutors, manufacturers of popular shelf-stable food products, pharmacies and security services.To help anyone out there trying to find a job, we've put together a list of 33 of the largest, best-known companies hiring now in response to coronavirus-sparked demand. This list includes what types of job openings are available, how many, and direct links to job application sites. Many of these companies have declared nationwide openings, there's a good chance that several of these places are hiring near you. SEE ALSO: 11 Ways the Stimulus Package and Other Government Measures Could Help You in 2020
Walmart is likely holding up meaningfully better than most retailers during the very height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Juan Monteverde, founder and managing partner at Monteverde & Associates PC, a national securities firm headquartered at the Empire State Building in New York City, is investigating the Board of Directors and Officers of Dollar Tree, Inc. ("Dollar Tree" or the "Company") (NasdaqGS: DLTR) for possible breaches of fiduciary duty.
Dollar Tree (DLTR) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Dollar Tree Inc. disclosed Wednesday that it was extending the $2-per-hour "premium" for hourly paid store and distribution employees by two weeks, through April 18. The discount retailer had previously said it was increasing hourly wages by $2 for the four-week period through April 4, at an estimated cost of $30 million. The extension of premium pay will cost an estimated $15 million. On Tuesday, the company said it was withdrawing its financial guidance given uncertainties over the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, saying same-store sales had soared in March before moderating in the last week of the month. The stock rose 1.4% in afternoon trading, and has lost 21% year to date while the S&P 500 has droped 23%.