|Bid||66.26 x 800|
|Ask||66.25 x 1200|
|Day's Range||64.78 - 66.97|
|52 Week Range||44.08 - 83.28|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.77|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.62|
|Earnings Date||May 9, 2018 - May 14, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.44 (3.37%)|
|1y Target Est||80.11|
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Kohl’s (KSS) third-quarter-of-fiscal-2018 net sales of $4.37 billion rose 1.3% on a year-over-year basis. The retailer’s total revenue (net sales plus other revenue) was $4.63 billion, reflecting 1.3% growth from the third quarter of fiscal 2017. On a shifted basis, Kohl’s comps (comparable-store sales) rose 2.5%, versus 0.1% increases in the corresponding quarter of 2017.
On November 20, Kohl’s Corporation (KSS) posted its third-quarter results. Currently, analysts’ 12-month average target price for KSS stock is $77.72, which reflects a 20.6% upside to the stock price as of November 20.
Kohl’s Corporation (NYSE: KSS )’s Monday earnings beat had little effect on the stock, and analysts are weighing whether the retailer merits a price bump or a plunge. The Analysts Edward Jones analyst ...
Target (TGT) reported mixed third-quarter results on November 20. Target sustained sales momentum during the third quarter and reported total revenue of $17.8 billion, which came in slightly above what Wall Street expected. Meanwhile, its bottom line surged more than 20%. However, its adjusted earnings fell short of analysts’ estimate. After the results, Target stock dropped 11.3% to close at $69.03.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / November 21, 2018 / Kohl’s shares were down despite reporting a good third quarter financial report. Shares of Campbell Soup also reported first quarter results that beat estimates, sending shares higher. Kohl's Corporation shares were down 9.23% yesterday on nearly 10.5 million shares traded.
Kohl's third-quarter earnings report and Q4 guidance didn't quite live up to investors' lofty expectations, but the plunge in its stock price is a huge overreaction.
The stock market spotlight this week belongs to retail stocks. From Target (NYSE:TGT) to Kohl’s (NYSE:KSS) to Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ:URBN), retail names dominate the earnings scene this week. The athletic apparel retailer is set to report third-quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday, Nov. 20.
Although Kohl’s saw increases in revenue and net income over the same quarter last year, the company’s stock price dropped about 9 percent by closing time.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday: Target Corp., down $8.12 to $69.03 The retailer's profit fell short of Wall Street expectations as it invested more in its stores and its online ...
U.S. stocks sold off for a second day on Tuesday as energy shares dropped with oil prices, and retailers including Target and Kohl's sank after weak earnings and forecasts, fueling worries about economic growth. The Nasdaq closed at its lowest level in more than seven months while the S&P 500 and Dow ended at their lowest since late October, a day after Apple, internet and other technology shares dropped, further shaking confidence in a group of stocks that has propelled the long bull market.
Kohl’s (NYSE:KSS) earnings report for the third quarter of the year includes earnings per share of 98 cents. This is an increase over the company’s earnings per share of 70 cents from the same period of the year prior. It also beat out Wall Street’s earnings per share estimate of 96 cents for the quarter, but couldn’t keep KSS stock from dropping.
With a big gap down and a very gloomy sentiment conditions were good for a snapback attempt but the bounce faded at mid-day as trapped longs flipped into the strength and sent the indices back to the lows. The odds favor some positive action in the days surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday but to say that the buyers are skittish would be an understatement. finally managed to bounce but breadth was around 1,325 gainers to 5,900 decliners and there were nearly 1,000 stocks hitting new 12-month lows.
Investors are starting to think beyond the holiday season and about 2019. Executives at most of the major retailers were confident in recent third-quarter earnings calls that shoppers will show up at stores and online in full force this holiday season. Shares of Target TGT tanked more than 10.5 percent Tuesday on the heels of its earnings report, as Kohl's KSS stock tumbled 9.2 percent, Ross Stores ROST fell 9.4 percent, and Lowe's LOW fell nearly 6 percent.
Sellers had the upper hand in afternoon trading Tuesday. In stock news today, retail earnings reports were in focus. Oil prices fell sharply again.
The stock market pared losses as the Dow and the S&P 500 today held above their October lows, while the Nasdaq fell below its prior low but rebounded back above it.
The retail sector is getting battered on Tuesday. That might be good news for stock pickers. The current market and fears over yet more corrections to come alongside continued Fed tightening is helping take the sector down, even as the biggest season for sales hits its peak this week.
U.S. stocks extended their recent selloff on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 hitting a three-week low, as energy shares dropped with oil prices and retailers including Target and Kohl's sank after weak earnings and forecasts. Target Corp shares slumped 9.5 percent after third-quarter profit missed analysts' estimates. Department store operator Kohl's Corp shed 7.8 percent after its full-year profit forecast fell below expectations.
U.S. retailers revealed rising sales in their latest quarterly report cards, reflecting robust consumer spending in a healthy economy ahead of the traditional holiday shopping season, but retail stocks and sector-related exchange traded funds remain unimpressed. On Tuesday, the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) fell 2.9% and VanEck Vectors Retail ETF (RTH) declined 3.5%. A healthy economy with a tight labor market, unemployment levels near half-century lows and wage growth have strengthened consumer confidence, allowing American consumers to be more liberal in their discretionary purchases.