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|Day's Range||33.40 - 34.06|
|52 Week Range||21.02 - 34.41|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.47|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.92 (2.69%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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Despite a nearly 50-percent surge throughout 2017, at least one Wall Street analyst isn't confident that Gap Inc (NYSE: GPS )'s momentum will continue. The Analyst Oppenheimer's Anna Andreeva downgraded ...
Lululemon Athletica inc. (NASDAQ:LULU) has had a big run. Since then, however, LULU stock has gone almost straight up, gaining 57% and touching its highest levels in 15 months. Q2 was solid, and Lululemon posted another beat last week.
One of the better performers has been Gap Inc (NYSE:GPS). While many retailers had been down on the year entering the fourth quarter, GPS stock was actually on its highs. Over the last three months, Gap stock is now up 30%.
U.S. equities are drifting higher again on Wednesday thanks to another “dovish hike” from the Federal Reserve. Chairman Janet Yellen has giving Wall Street want it wants to hear — namely, that economic growth is strong and labor gains are steady, but inflation remains tepid.
Today I will take a look at The Gap Inc’s (NYSE:GPS) most recent earnings update (28 October 2017) and compare these latest figures against its performance over the past fewRead More...
Pandora Media Inc. said Tuesday that Aimee Lapic will be its chief marketing officer, effective Dec. 13. Lapic was previously at Gap Inc. , where she was most recently CMO for Gap's Banana Republic brand ...
The combination of a solid start to the holiday shopping season and progress on tax reform has investors flocking to these retailers.
The largest exchange-traded fund to track the consumer discretionary sector rallied on Monday, hitting an all-time high in what was set to be its biggest one-day percentage jump since December 2016. The ...
Blowout Black Friday weekend shopping numbers is creating a rising tide that is lifting all names in retail. Digital sales growth was broad-based and came from multiple different names (not just Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)), while brick-and-mortar foot traffic declines are moderating. Both JCP and Macy’s Inc (NYSE:M) have come out and said that they had strong showings on Black Friday, including robust digital sales growth.
In light of the retail apocalypse that’s been nothing but miserable for names like Macy’s Inc (NYSE:M), Dicks Sporting Goods Inc (NYSE:DKS) and a whole slew of other retailers, it would be easy to assume Gap Inc (NYSE:GPS) was in the same sinking ship.
Citi Research lowered its rating for Gap shares to sell from neutral, saying the company will face difficulties next year.
Gap Inc (NYSE:GPS) has been on a roll lately as the stock hit a 52-week high on Monday following a strong Black Friday weekend. GPS stock gained 1.6% Monday and is now selling for $30.10 a share, a 17.7% increase compared to the Nov. 28, 2016 mark and the highest its sold since President Trump took office. The apparel retailer now has a market value of $11.7 BILLION.
After a strong Black Friday, early results for Cyber Monday shopping point to an even bigger day than expected.
There’s no point denying it: retail stocks have generally suffered a tough stretch in 2017. As a result, while the benchmark S&P 500 index is up 16% year-to-date, the SPDR S&P Retail (ETF) (NYSEARCA:XRT) is down nearly 6%. Of course, the standard culprit is Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN).
It’s that time of the year when investors start thinking about which stocks to buy to benefit from the usual holiday shopping bonanza. As with every holiday season, there will be a lot of eating and a lot of shopping, both online and off. Estimates suggest that this year’s holiday sales will increase by as much as 4% over last year.
Citi downgrades Gap to sell, saying "we believe the stock is likely to go lower from current levels and the risk/reward skews unfavorable." The "Halftime Report" traders debate the call.