|Bid||0.00 x 100|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||108.37 - 113.22|
|52 Week Range||90.10 - 147.79|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.92|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||38.70|
|Earnings Date||Jan 30, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.50 (2.13%)|
|1y Target Est||139.18|
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The self-made fashion magnate Ralph Lauren is celebrated as one of the great interpreters—and embodiments—of the American dream. And yet, the Ralph Lauren aesthetic would be nowhere near as powerful without the designer’s aspirational appreciation of the British gentry. Yes, Ralph gives us all-American torn blue jeans and varsity jackets, but without the English-inflected tweeds,…
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It had been five days since his 50th-anniversary fete in New York’s Central Park, where Oprah said in her toast that she knew she’d really made it when she could buy Ralph Lauren bath sheets. At almost every mention of that night during a meeting in his Madison Avenue office, Lauren’s eyes brimmed. “This one said everything I wanted to say about my life and my career, how I feel about America, how I feel about where we are as a country, how I feel about diversity,” Lauren says.
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Ralph Lauren increased marketing spending 30% in the second quarter to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Unfortunately for the fashion house, the hype hasn’t translated to spending in stores.
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Luxury retailer Ralph Lauren Corporation ( RL) beat earnings estimates and lifted full-year guidance before the open on Tuesday, Nov. 6, but the stock opened 4.8% lower and then slumped below my pivot for this week at $130.52. Michael Kors Holdings Limited ( KORS) is up next, with the lifestyle luxury brand expected to report before the opening bell on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Piper Jaffrey raised its outlook for Michael Kors to overweight with a $71.00 price target.
Ralph Lauren Corp. shares were down 6.8% in Tuesday trading after reporting fiscal second-quarter earnings that beat expectations, but not by as much as recent reports. "Ralph Lauren did beat, but relative to the past two-to-three years the beat was fairly subdued (EBIT [earnings before interest and taxes] beat by 3%, however this is the smallest beat in three years and compare to the 12-24 month average of +10%)," Wells Fargo wrote in a note. "This is also occurring as Ralph Lauren's 'core' gross margin expansion is now moderating." Wells Fargo rates Ralph Lauren stock market perform with a $130 price target. CFRA downgraded Ralph Lauren to sell from hold. "[M]uch progress in reviving North America (up 1%) and tightening inventories (up 15%) remains to be made," Camilla Yanusshevsky wrote in a note. Ralph Lauren also changed its same-store sales metric from a comparison based on stores operating "at least one full fiscal year" to "at least 13 full fiscal months," which CFRA finds suspicious. "In our view, the definition change may be an indication that new stores are underperforming," Yanusshevsky wrote. During the quarter, Ralph Lauren opened 36 new stores and concessions around the world and closed 28 locations, according to Patrice Louvet, Ralph Lauren's chief executive, who spoke on the earnings call. Ralph Lauren shares have rallied nearly 23% in 2018 while the S&P 500 index is up 2.7% for the period.
Although the company beat analysts' estimates on the top and bottom lines, shares are moving lower. Here's what investors need to know.
Ralph Lauren (RL) reports top- and bottom-line beat in second quarter fiscal 2019. Further, the company issues a robust view for the third quarter and fiscal 2019.
In response, most companies including Ralph Lauren are offering fewer discounts to shield profits. Ralph Lauren expects higher commodity and freight costs to reduce profit margins by between 30 and 40 basis points by the end of its fiscal year in March. Ralph Lauren shares have risen over 5 percent this month alone and have gained 32 percent this year.
With these latest results and the updated guidance, Ralph Lauren seems to be closing in on what has been the missing puzzle piece in CEO Patrice Louvet’s turnaround bid. Of course, that was partly by design: The company’s recent revenue declines reflected a deliberate pullback meant to strengthen the company by notching sales in a healthier way. By showing progress on the revenue front, Ralph Lauren is showing that it’s on its way toward getting past that difficult phase of the comeback. Also, it’s probably not a coincidence that Ralph Lauren is seeing better results at a time when key retail partners such as Macy’s Inc. and Kohl’s Corp. look to be on the upswing. These stores have seen sales improve as they revamped their loyalty programs and boosted their digital firepower. Ralph Lauren and other stalwart apparel brands are likely reaping the rewards of some of that work.
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