|Bid||74.13 x 100|
|Ask||76.37 x 100|
|Day's Range||74.80 - 76.43|
|52 Week Range||52.85 - 85.66|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.08|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.90 (1.20%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The chain is Old Navy, and its parent is Gap (GPS), whose long-slumping shares have returned 40% over the past year, compared with 17% for the Standard & Poor’s 500. One reason is that last quarter, Old Navy grew sales at longstanding stores by a whopping 9%. Compare that with one of investors’ few darlings among big clothing chains, Ross Stores (ROST), whose same-store sales grew 5% last quarter.
Analysts at Credit Suisse, led by Michael Binetti, after Monday's market close initiated coverage on a plethora of apparel and retail names. Here's a summary of the bull and bear calls from the team of ...
On March 8, 2018, Ross Stores (ROST) stock was rated a “buy” by 17 out of the 23 analysts covering the stock (74%). No analysts currently have “sell” recommendations on Ross Stores stock. Following the company’s fiscal 4Q17 results, which it announced after the market closed on March 6, many analysts revised their price targets for its stock.
The S&P 500 Index rallied higher last week as investors applauded the decision to exempt Mexico and Canada from the Trump administration’s trade tariffs and new data on the U.S. labor market showed continued employment gains. A handful of dividend stocks also reported good news in the area of higher payouts.
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Off-price retailer Burlington Stores reported better-than-expected earnings, sales, same-store sales Thursday and guided higher for Q1.
Ross Stores stock just went on sale, even though the company posted strong sales and earnings growth in the final quarter of fiscal 2017.
Ross Stores, Inc. (NASDAQ: ROST ) shares were down more than 6 percent at the close Wednesday after the company delivered a strong fourth-quarter earnings report accompanied with a cautious outlook. Here's ...
Ross Stores raised the minimum wage to $11, which had an impact on guidance and sent shares down on Wednesday.
Abercrombie earned $1.38 a share on revenue of $1.19 billion in the fourth quarter, while analysts were looking for earnings of $1.10 a share on revenue of $1.17 billion. Comparable-store sales rose 9%. For the full year, Abercrombie expects sales of $3.49 billion, compared to the $3.46 billion consensus. B. Riley FBR analyst Susan Anderson reiterated a Neutral rating on the stock, but attributed the beat to better-than-expected expense margin and improved same-store sales.