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Whirlpool's (WHR) soft EMEA segment is likely to have hurt third-quarter 2019 results. Cost inflation, adverse currency and lower industry demand remain other deterrents.
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Entertainment One Ltd on Friday posted a wider first-quarter loss, dented by lower sales in its film, television & music segment, as the Canada-based company prepares to be acquired by U.S. toy maker Hasbro Inc. Quarterly sales were dragged by leaner performance in the film, television & music division due to lower broadcasting and licensing revenues, the entertainment firm said. In August, Hasbro said it will buy Entertainment One for about $4 billion in cash, adding the independent studio with preschool brands such as Peppa Pig to the U.S. company known for Nerf and Power Rangers.
Snap-on's (SNA) robust business model and focus on value-creation processes are likely to drive third-quarter 2019 earnings. However, it has a soft sales trend.
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The stock market continued to sell off sharply in afternoon trading after White House said it might limit investment flows to China.
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Hasbro, Inc. today announced that it will webcast its third quarter 2019 earnings conference call on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time, following the release of Hasbro's financial results.
Hasbro, Inc. announced today that it has been included in Working Mother’s list of the 100 Best Companies for 2019. The list celebrates companies that recognize the increasing need to implement family-friendly policies.
Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) grapples with margin woes for a while now due to higher costs. This might hurt its bottom-line performance in second-quarter fiscal 2019.
Rite Aid (RAD) gains from increased immunizations and clinical pharmacy services, which are likely to continue. Decline in prescription reimbursement rates is a headwind.
NIKE's (NKE) Consumer Direct Offense as well as international and NIKE Direct businesses position it to beat estimates in first-quarter fiscal 2020. But higher costs and currency may be spoilsports.