KSS - Kohl's Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
49.26
+0.55 (+1.13%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

49.15 -0.11 (-0.22%)
After hours: 6:21PM EDT

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Previous Close48.71
Open48.74
Bid49.05 x 1000
Ask49.26 x 800
Day's Range48.72 - 49.57
52 Week Range45.21 - 83.28
Volume2,782,313
Avg. Volume4,886,353
Market Cap7.981B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.08
PE Ratio (TTM)10.28
EPS (TTM)4.79
Earnings DateAug 19, 2019 - Aug 23, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield2.68 (5.50%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-11
1y Target Est62.19
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  • Kohl's accepting Amazon returns at stores nationwide
    Yahoo Finance Video8 days ago

    Kohl's accepting Amazon returns at stores nationwide

    Amazon is expanding its free return option, allowing customers to drop return items off at any of the eligible Amazon return outposts, including over 1,000 Kohl's stores nationwide. Yahoo Finance's Dan Roberts, Dan Howley, Melody Hahm, and Myles Udland break down the details.

  • Prime Day deals Amazon doesn't want you to see
    Yahoo Finance11 hours ago

    Prime Day deals Amazon doesn't want you to see

    If you can’t beat them, join them. That’s the mantra the entire retail world has adopted ahead of Amazon Prime Day.

  • Benzinga6 hours ago

    Some Of The Best Amazon Prime Day Deals Are Found Elsewhere

    Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN)'s annual Prime Day selling event kicked off Monday and goes through Tuesday. ◘ Ideal for the home office, Amazon is selling a Keurig K-Mini single-serve coffee maker with 12 K-cup AmazonFresh pods included. The deal of the day won't be around much longer, so take advantage of the special price of $49.99.

  • Business Wire7 hours ago

    Michael Bender Elected to Kohl’s Corporation Board of Directors

    Kohl’s Corporation (NYSE: KSS) today announced that its Board of Directors increased the size of the Board to eleven members and elected Michael Bender to fill the new Board seat effective immediately. Bender has been elected to a term expiring at Kohl’s 2020 annual shareholders meeting and will be eligible for re-election by Kohl’s shareholders at that time. Previously, Bender held a number of successive management positions at Walmart Inc. over eight years, having most recently served as Chief Operating Officer of Global eCommerce.

  • AT&T Is Not Worth Buying Just for Its 6% Yield
    InvestorPlace4 days ago

    AT&T Is Not Worth Buying Just for Its 6% Yield

    InvestorPlace's Brett Kenwell recently suggested that AT&T (NYSE:T) was a good buy at $32. Although Brett views the 6% yield on T stock as very attractive, he believes investors interested in buying the company's stock can get a better entry point in the low $30s. Source: Shutterstock InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsI'm not a fan of T stock primarily because of its debt. However, any time you can buy a stock for less, I think you should try to do so.Kenwell argues that despite having $167 billion in debt -- most of which was added to buy Time Warner -- the cash flow the content creator delivered to AT&T more than makes up for the additional leverage. And let's not forget once more that juicy 6% yield -- a dividend payment that has been increased for 35 straight years -- makes America's largest wireless carrier an income investor's dream stock. * 10 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 and Beyond I'm here to say that investors should never buy AT&T stock for its 6% yield. Here's why. Can You Do Better?Of the 505 S&P 500 stocks (that includes dual classes), AT&T has the 10th highest dividend yield according to Finviz.com. Currently, AT&T's debt represents 68% of its market cap.I would argue that if any of the nine S&P 500 stocks with a higher yield than T stock have less debt as a percentage of their market cap, you ought to at least consider those stocks if you are focused on income rather than capital appreciation. After looking at each of the nine stocks possessing higher dividend yields, none of the stocks are in any better shape from a debt perspective than AT&T. Occidental Petroleum (NYSE:OXY) would have been if not for its pending $57 billion acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum (NYSE:APC) adding $30 billion in debt. Its debt post-acquisition will account for more than 100% of its market cap, although it does plan to sell some non-core assets to bring down leverage. So, at least from a higher yield perspective, you can't get an S&P 500 stock that delivers a better yield without sacrificing the quality of cash flow, etc.However, if you include all stocks with a market cap of $2 billion or higher, I'm confident you could find a stock with a stronger balance sheet. According to Finviz, 195 stocks have a dividend yield of 5% or higher. I found a couple of examples that fit the bill. Example 1: BCEBeing from Canada, I just had to pick a Canadian stock. BCE (NYSE:BCE), one of Canada's largest media companies, currently yields 5.1%. At the end of March, it had $21 billion in short and long-term debt, which represents 50% of its current market cap of $41.5 billion. It is very similar to the new AT&T in that it also has a media division that owns TV and radio stations, cable networks, and Pay TV channels. It's one of Canada's most successful content creators. Although it can't hold a candle to Time Warner in terms of both the amount of content and the revenue generation, it does provide its wireless and landline businesses with excellent opportunities for cross-promotion.Is it worth giving up 90 basis points of yield for significantly less debt? If you're an income investor, I think it is. Example 2: Kohl'sThis second example, if you're a current AT&T shareholder, will probably make you laugh, but that's okay. I'm not here to evaluate the merits of which sector is a better investment. I'm merely pointing out stocks with better debt profiles that have a high dividend yield. I'm speaking about Kohl's (NYSE:KSS), the value-priced department store with more than 1,100 locations in 49 states. Sure, retail's still got a lot of weakness, but overall, I think the future remains positive despite the brick-and-mortar store closures over the past two years. As I write this, Kohl's dividend yield is 5.6%, 40 basis points less than AT&T. However, its $1.9 billion in debt is only 24% of its current market cap of $7.8 billion. Its yield is higher than usual due to a 21% decline in its stock price year to date through July 10 (a 27% drop including dividends). While Kohl's can't hold a candle to AT&T's cash flow, it generated $1.9 billion over the trailing 12 months through May 4, despite a 3.4% decline in its same-store sales in the first quarter and a 2.9% decrease in overall revenues. Despite the unusually slow start to its fiscal year, Kohl's expects earnings per share of at least $5.80 in fiscal 2019, a forward P/E of just 8.3.From where I sit, Kohl's provides an attractive dividend yield with better upside potential than AT&T. The Bottom Line on T StockAs I said in the beginning, I'm not a fan of AT&T because of its debt. However, if you own it merely for the dividend yield, you might want to reconsider your reasoning. Owning a stock for its yield alone is never a good idea. At the time of this writing Will Ashworth did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Stocks to Buy for Less Than Book * 7 Marijuana Stocks With Critical Levels to Watch * The 10 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 and Beyond The post AT&T Is Not Worth Buying Just for Its 6% Yield appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Nordstrom Really Needs an Anniversary Sale Win
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Nordstrom Really Needs an Anniversary Sale Win

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- If you’ve spent any time in the Instagram fashion bubble recently, you probably know that Nordstrom Inc. is holding a massive promotional event that kicks into high gear on Friday. It’s called the Anniversary Sale, and it’s a weeks-long run of price reductions on new merchandise that the retailer has done a remarkable job of getting the fashion influencer-set to hype.(2)This time around, the deals bonanza represents an especially important test for the department store. Some of it has to do with the timing. Wall Street sentiment has curdled on this chain in recent months. In fact, Nordstrom is the worst-performing stock in the S&P 500 Index year-to-date. (Fellow department store heavyweights Macy’s Inc. and Kohl’s Corp., it should be noted, aren’t far behind.)A particularly sharp drop in share price came after its first-quarter earnings report, which rightly set off alarm bells for investors. Sales sank 3.5% from a year earlier in that period as a result of a raft of missteps: It changed how it distributed rewards to loyalty program members and that didn’t go well; it was out of stock on key beauty items;  and didn’t have the right mix of entry-level and higher-price items in its women’s clothing business.  That pricing issue might be a particular concern. UBS retail analyst Jay Sole wrote in a July research note that, in his recent customer survey, 5% more shoppers said Nordstrom has become more expensive than said so last year. Of course, Nordstrom isn’t aiming to be a discount retailer; weakening price perception would be a worse finding for, say, Kohl’s. But this still represents a risk that Nordstrom is alienating one-time devotees and could fail to attract younger shoppers. The Anniversary Sale, with its bounty of deals, is a good opportunity to chip away at that perception. But I’m going to be watching more than the price tags. It’ll be important to see whether Nordstrom is able to stay in-stock on those entry-price items, as well as particularly trendy ones, through the early days of the sale. I’ll also have an eye out for any website glitches that might frustrate online shoppers. During last year’s event, the company had to apologize for website problems;  the site also had issues the previous year amid the surge in visits. Nordstrom needs to demonstrate it has learned from those mistakes and has invested technology resources appropriately to move past them.Big sale events sometimes can seem meaningless these days, when the likes of Gap Inc. and Macy’s seem to be having a promotion practically every day of the week. And another splashy deals event – Amazon.com Inc.’s  coming Prime Day – seems to be taking up quite a lot of retail-industry oxygen.But the Anniversary Sale really matters for Nordstrom. The company indicated as much in its annual report:“Due to our Anniversary Sale in July and the holidays in the fourth quarter, our sales are typically higher in the second and fourth quarters than in the first and third quarters of the fiscal year. Any factor that negatively impacts these selling seasons could have an adverse effect on our results of operations for the entire year.”I still think Nordstrom has many advantages compared to its apparel-industry peers, including its not-bloated store fleet, its strong customer service, and its potentially potent idea for small-format local service centers.  But for now, Nordstrom badly needs a win in the second quarter. Strong execution of this deals event will help determine whether it gets one.(1) Loyalty members who are top-tier spenders got access to the sale previously, but Friday is the kickoff for the masses, when any Nordstrom cardholder can start shopping.To contact the author of this story: Sarah Halzack at shalzack@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Beth Williams at bewilliams@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Sarah Halzack is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering the consumer and retail industries. She was previously a national retail reporter for the Washington Post.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Can Kohl's Corporation (NYSE:KSS) Improve Its Returns?
    Simply Wall St.4 days ago

    Can Kohl's Corporation (NYSE:KSS) Improve Its Returns?

    While some investors are already well versed in financial metrics (hat tip), this article is for those who would like...

  • Avis Budget, Kohl???s, Dropbox, ServiceNow and Veeva highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
    Zacks5 days ago

    Avis Budget, Kohl???s, Dropbox, ServiceNow and Veeva highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

    Avis Budget, Kohl???s, Dropbox, ServiceNow and Veeva highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

  • Investopedia5 days ago

    4 Retail Brand Names Plunging Amid Bull Rally Face More Declines

    Four of the market's premier retail brick and mortar stocks - Macy's Inc. (M), Gap Inc. (GPS), Kohl's Corp. (KSS) and Nordstrom Inc. (JWN) - have seen their shares plunge this year, all making the list of the S&P 500’s five worst performing stocks year-to-date (YTD). Meanwhile, the broader market has rallied to new highs, with the S&P 500 up 19.4% in 2019. Meanwhile, the traditional retailers will have to move quickly to fight off newer competitors adapt to new commerce trends to catch up, as outlined in a recent Wall Street Journal report.

  • Bear Of The Day: Kohl's (KSS)
    Zacks5 days ago

    Bear Of The Day: Kohl's (KSS)

    Bear Of The Day: Kohl's (KSS)

  • 'Single biggest initiative of the year' — Kohl's expands Amazon returns program nationwide
    American City Business Journals6 days ago

    'Single biggest initiative of the year' — Kohl's expands Amazon returns program nationwide

    Kohl’s Corp. now accepts returns of Amazon purchases at all of its stores throughout the nation. The retailer announced the completion of its program expansion this week. The concept allows customers to bring eligible Amazon purchases they wish to return to drop off for free at a Kohl’s store.

  • Business Wire6 days ago

    Finding Your Favorites Adds Up at Kohl’s This Back-to-School Season

    This back-to-school season, Kohl’s (KSS) is rewarding customers with must-have brands and essentials, big deals and savings, and an easy shopping experience that add up to a successful start of the school year. With an expansive selection of jeans, t-shirts, activewear, sneakers, backpacks, and more from top national and private brands, along with easy shopping conveniences like Buy Online, Pick Up In Store and Kohl’s-exclusive values like Kohl’s Cash®, Kohl’s is the back-to-school destination the whole family will love. “We’re rewarding the everyday by giving Kohl’s customers confidence that they will find incredible value on the top brands they want and the back-to-school essentials they need to start the year off right including denim, activewear and footwear for the whole family,” said Greg Revelle, Kohl’s chief marketing officer.

  • Latest Brick-and-Mortar Pacts Make Amazon America’s Middleman
    InvestorPlace6 days ago

    Latest Brick-and-Mortar Pacts Make Amazon America’s Middleman

    One thing that distinguishes Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) from its Chinese doppelganger, Alibaba Group Holding (NASDAQ:BABA), is the latter's larger retail footprint.Source: Amazon While Alibaba has been buying supermarkets and shopping malls, and stuffing them with branded technology and services, Amazon has only bought Whole Foods, an upscale food store that still operates with a degree of autonomy.The infrastructure that Amazon is most devoted to isn't in retailing, but delivery. Some see that changing. Kohl's (NYSE:KSS) is making all its stores into Amazon drop-off locations. Rite Aid (NYSE:RAD) has launched a pilot making its stores Amazon package pick-up locations.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsRite Aid hopes people picking up Amazon packages will stay to get prescriptions filled. Kohl's hopes people dropping off packages for Amazon will stay to try on some clothes. But what's in this for Amazon? Amazon is InfrastructureAmazon has hurdles in the way of getting a greater share of the American wallet and making more than a retailer's profit on that share. * The 7 Top Small-Cap Stocks Of 2019 Thieves steal packages from stoops. Many of my neighbors have had this happen. Returns are a hassle. I have a package of stand mixer beaters on my desk I need to send back … and it's gathering dust.Amazon's fulfillment system lets retailers absorb its inventory risk. The beaters on my desk come from a Florida retailer called Goodman's.But Amazon's retail operations aren't where it makes its money. They're a source of cash flow used to invest in cloud computing centers, warehouses and delivery vehicles. The computers make money. The other infrastructure doesn't. This is partly because the computers run without people. The warehouses don't. People like to be fed.Analysts assuming Amazon will now buy Rite Aid, or Kohl's, are missing the point. Amazon doesn't see itself as a retail company. It never did. Amazon is, was, and always will be an infrastructure company.Warehouses are infrastructure. Delivery vehicles are infrastructure. Clouds are infrastructure. Broadband, too, is infrastructure. If Amazon can build out a constellation of 3,256 satellites and cover the world in broadband, as it's proposing, it can offer that infrastructure to competitors and make a profit from them.Amazon doesn't have to own the merchandise it sells you, although policing merchants is increasingly expensive. The aim is to make itself essential, not in the way Walmart (NYSE:WMT) is, more in the way FedEx (NYSE:FDX) is.Retail mark-ups look fat but even the best-run retailers only bring about 3% of that volume to the bottom line … and that's in a good year. That's why Kroger (NYSE:KR) is worth just $17 billion, less than one-tenth last year's sales of $121 billion. * 7 Retail Stocks to Buy That Are Down in 2019 Infrastructure profits are far more certain. If Amazon can drive the cost of its infrastructure below that of rivals, it can replicate the success its Amazon Web Services has had. During the first quarter of this year AWS had operating income of $1.4 billion on revenue of $5.44 billion. The rest of the company made less than $1 billion on sales of $45 billion. Bottom Line on Amazon StockFor Amazon, retailing is a means to an end.The end is the margin Amazon makes from its infrastructure. By cutting the cost of getting merchandise from factories to your front door, and by running its own retailing at break-even, Amazon hopes to become America's middleman.Amazon next reports earnings on July 25, with net income of $5.28 per share of AMZN stock expected on revenue of $62.51 billion. That's a year-over-year growth rate of 18% on the top line, but barely more than the $5.15 per share earned a year ago.The point is that for years investors focused on Amazon's growth rate and cash flow. The Amazon stock investment thesis from here on will be watching its middleman margins grow.Dana Blankenhorn is a financial and technology journalist. He is the author of a new environmental story, Bridget O'Flynn and the Bear, available now at the Amazon Kindle store. Write him at danablankenhorn@gmail.com or follow him on Twitter at @danablankenhorn. As of this writing he owned shares in AMZN, BABA and KR. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Best Stocks for 2019: A Volatile First Half * 7 Simple Ways for Young Investors to Invest Their First $1,000 * 6 Stocks to Buy Based on Insider Buying The post Latest Brick-and-Mortar Pacts Make Amazon Americaa€™s Middleman appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Kohl's Amazon Returns Program Is Now Available Nationwide
    Motley Fool6 days ago

    Kohl's Amazon Returns Program Is Now Available Nationwide

    Amazon customers can now make returns for free at any Kohl's store. Here's what that means for the No. 2 U.S. department store chain.

  • Why Kohl's Stock Dropped 28.3% in the First Half of 2019
    Motley Fool7 days ago

    Why Kohl's Stock Dropped 28.3% in the First Half of 2019

    It took just one bad quarterly report to drive shares of the department store chain down.

  • Business Wire7 days ago

    Kohl’s Donates $1 Million to Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

    Kohl’s (KSS) today announced a donation of $1 million, over three years, to Junior Achievement of Wisconsin (JA) to provide more than 70,000 students in Southeastern Wisconsin with economic and financial literacy education at the JA Kohl’s Education Center. The funding will support the continuation of JA Capstone programming through JA BizTown® and JA Finance Park®.

  • TheStreet.com8 days ago

    Jim Cramer: Why Laggards Like Kohl's, Citi and CVS Can Rise Now

    I am neutral on this market, and only a cool off of the hottest stocks can justify a further advance.

  • You can now return Amazon items at more than 1,100 Kohl's nationwide
    Yahoo Finance8 days ago

    You can now return Amazon items at more than 1,100 Kohl's nationwide

    Got a few returns after your Amazon spending splurge? Now all you have to do is head to your local Kohl's.

  • Target Stock Can Clear $100 — But Mind the Risks
    InvestorPlace8 days ago

    Target Stock Can Clear $100 — But Mind the Risks

    I was wrong on Target (NYSE:TGT). I long thought Target stock, though it looked cheap, was too expensive. The company's efforts to build out its omnichannel capabilities, I thought, would consistently pressure earnings. Add to that retail worries more broadly and TGT stock looked like a value trap.Source: Mike Mozart via Flickr (Modified)But Target has proved me -- and other skeptics -- wrong. Earnings did take a hit for a couple of years, as I detailed in January. But Target's blowout fourth-quarter report showed the company was about to reap the fruits of its omnichannel investments.Meanwhile, right at 15 times the midpoint of fiscal 2019 (ending January 2020) earnings-per-share (EPS) guidance, Target stock still isn't terribly expensive. So, another year of growth (and maybe a bit of multiple expansion), could get TGT stock from the current $88 to over $100.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThat said, there are some potential potholes on the way to triple-digits. And investors would do well to mind the risks here as well. The Case for Target StockTarget's path to becoming a true omnichannel retailer hasn't been quick -- or easy. Target stock has tumbled twice as investors lost patience. In 2017, TGT hit a five-year low below $50. The stock tumbled again late last year, nearing $60 before rebounding quickly. * 7 Retail Stocks to Buy That Are Down in 2019 One reason has been that Target's earnings growth stalled out. Operating income declined. Margins compressed. Adjusted EPS was $4.69 in fiscal 2015, and $4.17 in fiscal 2017. It grew sharply in fiscal 2018, to $5.50, but a lower tax rate and a lower pace of omnichannel spend both contributed.That spend is behind the company now -- and the results seem strong. Target is guiding for 7-12% EPS growth this year, with analysts aiming a bit above the midpoint. The Street sees another 6% increase in earnings per share in fiscal 2020.Both may be conservative if recent performance holds. Comparable sales rose 5.3% in Q4 and 4.8% in Q1. That type of growth leverages day-to-day store spend -- and can move EPS much higher in a hurry. It doesn't take that much outperformance for Target to post FY2020 EPS around $7, against current expectations of $6.31. Apply a slightly higher 16-17 P/E multiple to $7 in FY2020 EPS and Target stock not only clears $100, it could threaten $120. The Risks to TGT StockOf course, the flipside is true as well: it doesn't take that much in the way of disappointment to undercut TGT stock, particularly after a sizzling 33% gain so far this year. And I'm not quite convinced Target completely is out of the woods just yet.After all, omnichannel retailing is tough. Walmart (NYSE:WMT) is finding that out, with reported losses of some $1 billion a year from its e-commerce operations. Giving consumers exactly what they want is expensive work -- and it may be more expensive than even Target realizes at the moment.There's also a worry that comparisons are going to get tougher. FY2019 comparable growth of 5% looks hugely impressive -- but Target only grew same-store and digital sales 1.3% the year before. The company faces a much tougher hurdle over the next three quarters, and into fiscal 2020. Q1 results ease that worry a bit -- a big reason why Target stock jumped on the report and kept climbing -- but Target needs to keep the momentum going.There's also the cyclical aspect of the business. Q4 and Q1 results were strong -- but retailers generally should do well in a strong economy. Cyclical stocks elsewhere are seeing pressure; if consumer purses tighten, Target could well feel the pressure.And, in either scenario, this can get ugly in a hurry. Operating margins are thin: just 5.5% in fiscal 2018, and likely modestly higher this year. It doesn't take much in the way of labor pressure, rising fulfillment costs, or further price reductions to move those margins down by 50 bps or so -- a nearly 10% impact. Cut Target's earnings by 10% or more and lower the earnings multiple, and suddenly TGT stock is heading back toward the $60s. The BetHence, the case for Target seems to come down to execution. Can the company become a legitimate competitor to Walmart and Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) at the top of retail? If it does, it doesn't only help earnings. It means investors value TGT closer to WMT and not in line with department stores like Kohl's (NYSE:KSS) and Dillard's (NYSE:DDS). That keeps alive the combination of earnings growth and multiple expansion that can make big gains possible. * 7 A-Rated Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 But the rising Target stock price also makes the bet a little less compelling. At lower prices, Target stock offered big upside if the skeptics (like myself) were wrong. That upside, with TGT near all-time highs, is much thinner. Even a run to $100, including the 3%+ dividend yield, only suggests about 16% total return.And to get that return, Target has to stay on point. At this juncture, I wouldn't bet against it -- but if I bet on it, I'd be watching awfully closely.As of this writing, Vince Martin has no positions in any securities mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 A-Rated Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 * 7 Education Stocks to Buy for the Future of Academia * 5 Stocks to Buy as You Rebalance Your Portfolio The post Target Stock Can Clear $100 -- But Mind the Risks appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Retail Store Cannibalization: Walmart Latest to Fall Prey (Revised)
    Zacks8 days ago

    Retail Store Cannibalization: Walmart Latest to Fall Prey (Revised)

    Retail firms have learnt the hard way that quality supersedes quantity and overexposure though higher number of stores often fail to yield the desired effect.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Nordstrom, Kohl's, Macy's, Simon Property and Planet Fitness
    Zacks13 days ago

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Nordstrom, Kohl's, Macy's, Simon Property and Planet Fitness

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Nordstrom, Kohl's, Macy's, Simon Property and Planet Fitness

  • Implied Volatility Surging for Kohl's (KSS) Stock Options
    Zacks13 days ago

    Implied Volatility Surging for Kohl's (KSS) Stock Options

    Kohl's (KSS) needs investors to pay close attention to the stock based on moves in the options market lately.

  • Retail Bankruptcies Soar: Esports & Gym Chains to the Rescue
    Zacks14 days ago

    Retail Bankruptcies Soar: Esports & Gym Chains to the Rescue

    Mall owners are increasingly preferring gyms and grocery stores as they increase customer footfall even on weekdays when it is often tough to draw physical traffic.

  • Should Retailers Work With Amazon?
    Motley Fool14 days ago

    Should Retailers Work With Amazon?

    Some have embraced the online giant, while others have distanced their brands.

  • Moody's15 days ago

    JPMBB Commercial Mortgage Securities Trust 2014-C18 -- Moody's affirms ten classes of JPMBB 2014-C18

    The ratings on eight P&I classes were affirmed because the transaction's key metrics, including Moody's loan-to-value (LTV) ratio, Moody's stressed debt service coverage ratio (DSCR) and the transaction's Herfindahl Index (Herf), are within acceptable ranges. Moody's rating action reflects a base expected loss of 4.5% of the current pooled balance, compared to 2.6% at Moody's last review. Moody's base expected loss plus realized losses is now 3.7% of the original pooled balance, compared to 2.5% at the last review.