|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 3200|
|Day's Range||18.13 - 18.36|
|52 Week Range||16.38 - 25.73|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||110.91|
|Earnings Date||Jul 30, 2018 - Aug 3, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (3.33%)|
|1y Target Est||22.00|
Macy’s (M) announced its first-quarter results on May 16 before the market opened. The revenue increased 3.8% to $5.5 billion and surpassed the consensus estimates by 3.3%. Macy’s reported a higher EPS (earnings per share) of $0.48—compared to $0.24 in the first quarter of 2017. The EPS surpassed the consensus estimate of $0.37. Multiple brokerage firms also raised the target price for the stock. The stock rose 14.6% last week.
Ralph Lauren (RL) is covered by 18 Wall Street analysts. The analysts rate the stock a 2.9 on a scale of 1 (strong buy) to 5 (strong sell).
Ralph Lauren (RL) stock has surged more than 30% in the past year due to the company’s positive earnings surprise. Notably, Ralph Lauren has beaten Wall Street’s earnings expectations for 12 consecutive quarters. The company has also done better than the top-line forecasts for eight consecutive quarters. Ralph Lauren’s strategic initiatives are driving its margins higher. However, the sales will likely fall at least in the next fiscal year.
HanesBrands , a leading global marketer of everyday essential basic apparel under world-class brands, today will highlight its diversified global business model that has the company poised to generate consistent growth and as much free cash flow in the next five years as the previous 11 years combined.
On the 05 June 2018, Hanesbrands Inc (NYSE:HBI) will be paying shareholders an upcoming dividend amount of $0.15 per share. However, investors must have bought the company’s stock before 14Read More...
This earnings season is emerging as one of the wildest for apparel companies. Stocks are getting trashed despite the companies delivering earnings beats. Hanesbrands (HBI) and Tapestry (TPR) reported results on May 1 while VF Corp (VFC) posted quarterly earnings this morning.
Hanesbrands (HBI), which released its 1Q18 results on May 1, reported a 10.3% YoY (year-over-year) decline in its adjusted diluted EPS (earnings per share), to $0.26. However, the company beat analysts’ estimate of $0.24.
In this part of our four-part series, we’ll look at Hanesbrands’ (HBI) key segments and their performance in 1Q18. We’ll start with innerwear. Hanesbrands’ innerwear sales fell 2.8% YoY (year-over-year) to $491 million, with softness sales of innerwear basics and intimates.
Hanesbrands (HBI) reported 4.3% YoY (year-over-year) sales growth when it reported its 1Q18 results on May 1. Its total sales rose to $1.44 billion, $8 million more analysts had expected. The company also beat management’s guidance of $1.42 billion–$1.44 billion.
North Carolina–based Hanesbrands (HBI) reported its 1Q18 results on May 1. The results relate to the three-month period ended March 31. The company beat Wall Street’s top- and bottom-line expectations.
Reported earnings numbers may drive short-term stock price movements, but in the long-term, markets allocate capital to the firms that generate the greatest return per dollar invested into the business. Analysts and investors have historically focused on reported earnings due to the difficulty of measuring return on invested capital (ROIC) accurately at scale. By performing this diligence, one can calculate a business’ true economic earnings, invested capital, after-tax profit (NOPAT), and ROIC.
The New York–based Estée Lauder (EL) reported results for the third quarter, which ended on March 2018, this morning. The cosmetics giant cruised ahead of top- and bottom-line expectations for the quarter.
Hanesbrands (HBI) reported its 1Q18 results before the market opened today. Hanesbrands’s total sales increased 4.3% YoY (year-over-year) to $1.44 billion, $8 million more than the Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S estimates. Driving this growth was a 1% YoY (constant-currency) increase in organic sales and a $32 million contribution from acquisitions (Bras N Things and Alternative Apparel).
Hanesbrands (HBI) Q1 earnings and sales top estimates. Results were backed by strength in organic sales and contributions from buyouts.
On a per-share basis, the Winston-Salem, North Carolina-based company said it had net income of 22 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were 26 cents per share. The results topped Wall ...
HanesBrands , a leading global marketer of everyday basic apparel under world-class brands, today announced first-quarter 2018 results that exceeded company guidance for net sales, organic sales and EPS.
Hanesbrands (HBI) is currently among the cheapest apparel stocks, as it’s trading at a one-year forward price-to-earnings (or PE) ratio of ~10.0x. In comparison, apparel players PVH Corp. (PVH), Tapestry, and Ralph Lauren (RL) are currently valued at 17.6x, 19.0x, and 17.6x, respectively. So, is Hanesbrands a buy at current valuations? To answer this question, let’s look at the company’s earnings expectations. One-year forward earnings expectations
How Is Hanesbrands Placed ahead of Its 1Q18 Earnings? Its adjusted operating profit fell 7.7% YoY, while its operating margin deteriorated 180 basis points. HBI’s adjusted earnings per share are projected to be $0.23–$0.25, declining 17.0% at the midpoint.
Hanesbrands (HBI), a global marketer of basic apparel, reported a 7.0% YoY (year-over-year) increase in its fiscal 2017 top line to ~$6.5 billion. Its sales growth during 1H17 was primarily driven by acquisitions in Europe and Australia, and its organic sales revived in 2H17.
North Carolina–based Hanesbrands (HBI) is slated to report its 1Q18 results on Tuesday, May 1. On average, Wall Street is expecting a 3.8% YoY (year-over-year) jump in HBI’s total sales to ~$1.4 billion during the quarter.
Under Armour, Hanesbrands and Tapestry are slated to report their quarterly numbers on May 1. Let's take a sneak peek into the companies before their earnings release.
America’s national parks come in all shapes and sizes. And now, an exclusive new collection of apparel celebrating the magnificence of America’s natural, cultural and historic treasures does too.
Mattel (MAT), which is an American multinational toy manufacturing company, was the S&P 500’s second-best performer on April 23. After declining for four consecutive trading days, Mattel opened lower on Monday, regained strength, and moved higher as the day progressed. The market sentiment on Mattel was weak amid the release of Hasbro’s (HAS) disappointing earnings report.