|Bid||25.00 x 1000|
|Ask||25.50 x 800|
|Day's Range||24.44 - 25.79|
|52 Week Range||23.85 - 47.22|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.21|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.57|
|Earnings Date||Aug 17, 2023 - Aug 21, 2023|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.60 (6.50%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jul 13, 2023|
|1y Target Est||34.06|
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Stocking shelves with low-priced notebooks and slashing prices on sneakers and uniforms, major retailers including Walmart, Foot Locker and Marks & Spencer are preparing for a challenging back-to-school shopping season this year. U.S. shoppers' spending in the summer ahead of the college and K-12 school year has grown steadily since 2015, according to the National Retail Federation, a trade group. Although shoppers have been spending on essentials this year, they’re much choosier on where to splurge as inflation remains stubbornly high, executives from Ulta, Macy's, Ralph Lauren and Nordstrom said during earnings results over the last two weeks.
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The Gap Inc (NYSE: GPS) delivered better than expected results despite sale drops across all its brands and fourth quarter of net losses. Gap’s report comes after its peers, Urban Outfitters Inc. (NASDAQ: URBN), Kohl’s Corporation (NYSE: KSS) and Abercrombie & Fitch Co. (NYSE: ANF) also largely exceeded earnings expectations this week. But Gap’s shares surged about 15% upon news as gross margins have improved. This is a positive wave after earlier apparel such as the one from Foot Locker (NYSE:
When Foot Locker Inc. CEO Mary Dillon strode up to the podium during the company's Investor Day in March, she had good reason to feel confident. The footwear retailer just reported a strong fourth quarter and overall year, which was perfect timing given the presentation she was about to make. Dubbed the "Lace Up" strategy, Dillon and other top executives detailed a series of initiatives that would push Foot Locker's overall revenue to more than $9.5 billion in 2026 from $8.5 billion last year.
Shares of U.S. mid-cap retailers mostly eased on Tuesday as the latest batch of quarterly results from companies including BJ's Wholesale Club Holdings provided more disappointments from the industry. Shares of its bigger rival, Costco Wholesale, were down 1.3%. Costco has a current market value of about $215 billion compared with BJ's approximate $9 billion, per Refinitiv.
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Stock markets were mixed in mid-afternoon trading on Monday. Gains for the Nasdaq Composite stood in stark contrast to triple-digit declines for the Dow Jones Industrials, and worries about the ongoing stalemate in debt ceiling discussions seemed to weigh on certain sectors of the economy but not others. Last week, Foot Locker (NYSE: FL) announced its latest financial results, and the athletic footwear and apparel retailer's stock fell sharply.
While retailers across the sector are struggling with declines in consumer spending, analysts are bearish on Foot Locker and Nike for different reasons. Citi ‘s Paul Lejuez downgraded Foot Locker’s (ticker: FL) stock to Hold from Buy on Monday, and Williams Trading analyst Sam Poser lowered his rating to Sell on Sunday after sticking to his Hold call since August last year. Shares of Foot Locker fell nearly 5% to $28.74 on Monday.
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