88.90 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:30PM EDT
|Bid||87.07 x 1000|
|Ask||92.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||86.53 - 90.34|
|52 Week Range||82.05 - 160.23|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.58|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.79|
|Earnings Date||May 15, 2019 - May 20, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.00 (2.29%)|
|1y Target Est||111.43|
The dividend yield of Children's Place Inc stocks is 2.29%. Children's Place Inc had annual average EBITDA growth of 5.80% over the past ten years. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 2 Warning Signs with IDXG.
Retailer The Children's Place Inc. said late Thursday it was raising its quarterly dividend 12% to 56 cents a share from 50 cents a share. Children's Place stock is flat after hours and closed down 0.5% during the regular session. The S&P 500 index gained 1.1%.
The Children’s Place, Inc. (PLCE), the largest pure-play children’s specialty apparel retailer in North America, today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly dividend at an increased rate of $0.56 per share from $0.50 per share, a 12% increase. Jane Elfers, President and Chief Executive Officer, commented, “This is the fifth consecutive year that we have increased our quarterly dividend, which is a further reflection of our confidence in our ability to execute on our strategic initiatives and our continuing commitment to return excess capital to shareholders.
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The Children's Place (PLCE) posts lower-than-expected fourth-quarter fiscal 2018 results. The company also provided bleak fiscal 2019 view.
Shares of Children’s Place Inc. took a beating Monday, after the apparel retailer reported fourth-quarter earnings and sales, and provided full-year guidance, that missed expectations by wide margins, citing the “unprecedented” negative effect of rival Gymboree’s bankruptcy.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Monday: Children's Place Inc., down $9.78 to $84.82 The children's clothing retailer reported weak fourth-quarter results and issued a weak forecast. ...
U.S. stocks declined, reversing gains made earlier in the day on the heels of reports of an impending trade deal between the U.S. and China.
After a morning gap up on positive trade news, U.S. stock made an ugly reversal. Bulls are trying to limit the damage, while the whole stock universe seems to be debating whether a potential trade deal between the U.S. and China will fuel the market to new all-time highs or become a sell-the-news event. In that respect, let's start with the S&P 500 first on our must-see stock charts list. Must-See Stock Charts for Tomorrow 1: S&P 500 ETFThe SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA:SPY) looked like it was ready to rip over $280 and keep its rally going. Instead, the ETF (and subsequently the market as a whole) topped out and fell abruptly in midday trading.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 3 Consumer Finance Stocks to Buy for the Future of Fintech While it has recovered some of its intraday losses, this bearish engulfing candle -- where today's price action takes out the high and closes below the low -- is surely getting investors' attention. Whether it develops into something more remains to be seen.Still in its trending range and above the 21-day moving average, bulls feeling mostly okay about the action -- for now. Below these two marks and concerns will increase. It will almost surely mark a test of the 200-day at that point. Back over $280 and $285+ is possible. Must-See Stock Charts for Tomorrow 2: AT&TThanks to some restructuring news over the past few days, AT&T (NYSE:T) stock has been under pressure. This gives bulls at least one more opportunity to get long this dividend stud, a consistency we pointed out last month that few companies can match.However, we liked the name closer to the $29 level and with the action over the past few days, we're getting there. Shares are clinging to the 50-day moving average now, but below that and $29 to $29.50 should come soon. However, those who want to buy now can justify their decision to lock in that yield.Realize though that AT&T stock is an income play and that the charts look far from pretty. The stock is below most of its major moving averages and is trapped in a tough downtrend (blue line). Must-See Stock Charts for Tomorrow 3: SalesforceSalesforce (NYSE:CRM) will report earnings after the bell and its ~4% fall in Monday's session helps bulls, oddly enough. Coming into the report red-hot is tough to digest, even on good results. If we get a positive reaction, look to see that CRM can get above and close over its prior highs near $165.On a pullback, I would love to see the stock hold up near $147 to $149. Even if it breaks this mark initially, it would be bullish to get a close over this area, that being the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement and the 50-day moving average. Below and we open up the possibility of testing the 200-day and the 50% retracement near $143 and $140, respectively. Must-See Stock Charts for Tomorrow 4: WorkdayUnlike some its cloud-based peers, Workday (NASDAQ:WDAY) is not feeling the post-earnings love. Down about 6% on the day, the fall adds salt to the wound after Friday's fall.So far, the 50-day is holding as support, giving the bulls a level to shoot against. However, a washout down to $170 wouldn't be the worst thing in the world. It gets WDAY down to a key level, which is also conveniently right near the 38.2% retracement mark.Further, a drop below the 50-day will wash out a lot of short-term bulls who have been long this name since its Q4 lows, and thus, flush out some stop-loss orders. See how it trades over the next few sessions and whether the 50-day holds. If not, $170 is key. Must-See Stock Charts for Tomorrow 5: Children's PlaceThe Children's Place (NYSE:PLCE) is falling more than 11% and hitting new 52-week lows after a massive earnings miss and coming up short on revenue, the latter of which contracted almost 7% year-over-year. I don't know what's worse, the chart or the quarter.In either case, it doesn't have me itching to pull the buy trigger. PLCE blew right through the $85 to $86 level, and a drop into the upper $70s is certainly possible. I'm not sure when buyers will step in, but I'm not one of them. Not without a level to measure against and while PLCE is in no man's land. * 7 Top-Rated Stocks to Buy for March Watch for an eventual retest of this $85 level. If it acts as resistance, bears have a level to short against.Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. As of this writing, Bret Kenwell is long T. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 5 Retail Stocks Ready to Break Out * 7 Strong Buy Stocks the Street Loves * 10 Best Stocks to Buy and Hold Forever Compare Brokers The post 5 Must-See Stock Charts for Tuesday: SPY, CRM, T, PLCE appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Children's Place earnings for the fourth quarter of 2018 have PLCE stock falling hard on Monday.Source: Mike Mozart via FlickrChildren's Place (NASDAQ:PLCE) reported earnings per share of $1.10 for the fourth quarter of the year. This is a drop from the company's earnings per share of $2.52 from the same time last year. It was also a major blow to PLCE stock by missing Wall Street's earnings per share estimate of $2.12 for the period.Net income reported in the Children's Place earnings release for the fourth quarter of 2018 comes in at $12.02 million. This is better than the company's net loss of $9.90 million reported in the fourth quarter of 2017.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe Children's Place earnings report for the fourth quarter of the year also includes operating income of $13.64 million. The retailer of children's clothes and accessories reported operating income of $51.86 million in the same period of the year prior.Children's Place earnings for the fourth quarter of 2018 also has revenue coming in at $530.56 million. This is down from the company's revenue of $569.97 million reported in the fourth quarter of the previous year. It was also bad news for PLCE stock by coming in below analysts' revenue estimate of $554.16 million for the quarter. * 7 Top-Rated Stocks to Buy for March The most recent Children's Place earnings report also includes its outlook for the full year of 2019. It is expecting earnings per share to range from $5.25 to $5.75 on revenue between $1.890 billion and $1.915 billion. That's another strike against PLCE stock with Wall Street looking for earnings per share and revenue of $8.99 and $2.01 billion.PLCE stock was down 12% as of Monday afternoon. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 5 Retail Stocks Ready to Break Out * 7 Strong Buy Stocks the Street Loves * 10 Best Stocks to Buy and Hold Forever As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.Compare Brokers The post Children's Place Earnings: PLCE Stock Tanks on Miss, Outlook appeared first on InvestorPlace.
The children's apparel retailer said it faces "unprecedented challenges" caused by the liquidation of its direct competitor, Gymboree Group Inc., which owns more 1,200 U.S. stores. Children's Place also announced it was taking over Gymboree and Crazy 8 brands to the tune of $76 million. Net sales for the quarter declined 6.9% to $530 million, missing estimates of $553 million.
The clothing chain warned that its January quarter earnings were less than half what was expected, blaming bankruptcy sales at rival Gymboree.
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