SHLD - Sears Holdings Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
0.3659
0.0000 (0.00%)
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Previous Close0.3659
Open0.4010
Bid0.0000 x 1000
Ask0.0000 x 1000
Day's Range0.3500 - 0.4210
52 Week Range0.2800 - 5.4000
Volume10,337,907
Avg. Volume5,019,542
Market Cap39.881M
Beta (3Y Monthly)-0.70
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-12.1400
Earnings DateNov 28, 2018 - Dec 3, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est2.00
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
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    Yahoo Finance Video3 days ago

    Etsy and Wayfair could compete with Amazon sales this holiday season

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  • Sears Gets an Extra $350 Million for the Start of the Holiday Sales Season
    Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Sears Gets an Extra $350 Million for the Start of the Holiday Sales Season

    Great American Capital Partners, a specialty finance company, agreed to lend $350 million to the bankrupt retailer, according to a court filing Wednesday. Sears needs the cash to stay afloat during its most important selling period and buy time for a long-term survival plan. It won approval in bankruptcy court Thursday to proceed with a plan to shed assets and sell itself as a smaller operation.

  • Bankrupt Sears wins court approval for plans to sell stores
    Reuters3 hours ago

    Bankrupt Sears wins court approval for plans to sell stores

    Sears Holdings Corp (SHLDQ.PK) won U.S. bankruptcy court approval on Thursday to move forward with plans to stay in business and sell itself, even as it continues to evaluate offers to liquidate its business. The 125-year-old retailer, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month, faces opposition to its plan to sell from some creditors, who argued in court papers that Sears would be squandering hundreds of millions of dollars by pursuing a sale instead of winding down its business. To address the creditors' concerns, attorneys for Sears said the retailer would be considering offers for its business from liquidation firms that sell companies' assets in pieces and shut them down.

  • TheStreet.com3 hours ago

    Sears Gets Lifeline For At least One More Christmas; Smart-Speaker Wars -- ICYMI

    The death of Sears continues, albeit at a slow pace. A judge in New York on Thursday approved Sears' global bid procedures motion, which requires the retailer to name a stalking horse by Dec. 15. Sears can move forward with its efforts to sell a group of stores as a going concern, so long as it emphasizes to potential liquidators that they also ought to "put their best foot forward" in submitting bids.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Sears Gets Court Approval to Sell Stores

    Sears Holdings Corp. won court approval to pursue a sale of its best stores, a process that would be the retailer’s only hope of avoiding liquidation. Judge Robert Drain of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in White Plains, N.Y., on Thursday signed off on the company’s sale timeline to sell at least 400 of its best-performing stores. Sears has pegged its future to the sale of these stores since its Oct. 15 bankruptcy filing.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 hours ago

    [$$] Sears Swap Seller Looks to Salvage Bad Bankruptcy Bet

    Corp.’s bankruptcy chided a swap-betting hedge fund Thursday for interfering with the retailer’s effort to auction off loans owed between different Sears affiliates. Sears has proposed selling $900 million in internal claims from one company unit against another, taking advantage of surging demand for the debt instruments from credit default swap traders. The sale proposal is being opposed by Cyrus Capital Partners LP, a Sears creditor that wrote insurance on Sears debt, betting the company would survive longer than it did.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    Bankrupt Sears wins court approval for plans to sell stores

    Sears Holdings Corp (SHLDQ.PK) won U.S. bankruptcy court approval on Thursday to move forward with plans to stay in business and sell itself, even as it continues to evaluate offers to liquidate its business. The 125-year-old retailer, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month, faces opposition to its plan to sell from some creditors, who argued in court papers that Sears would be squandering hundreds of millions of dollars by pursuing a sale instead of winding down its business. To address the creditors' concerns, attorneys for Sears said the retailer would be considering offers for its business from liquidation firms that sell companies' assets in pieces and shut them down.

  • The Wall Street Journal12 hours ago

    [$$] David's Bridal to Seek Bankruptcy Protection in Coming Days

    Wedding gown retailer David’s Bridal Inc. is expected to file for bankruptcy protection in the coming days, people familiar with the matter said.

  • Bloomberg13 hours ago

    Cyrus Capital Becomes Key Challenger to Sears CDS Maneuver

    The investment firm founded by Stephen C. Freidheim filed objections with a U.S. bankruptcy judge and a committee of derivatives traders to the retailer’s plan to auction up to $900 million of notes that are essentially loans from Sears unit to another, documents show. A sale of the debt could affect the payout on about $400 million of credit-default swaps tied to Sears. The challenge pits Cyrus -- which is believed by market participants to have wagered on Sears’s survival by selling default insurance -- against a group of hedge funds including Brigade Capital Management, Omega Advisors and Och-Ziff Capital Management.

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  • Macy's Fails to Sway Skeptical Investors
    GuruFocus.comyesterday

    Macy's Fails to Sway Skeptical Investors

    Despite posting respectable results on Wednesday, Macy's (NYSE:M) stock did not respond in kind, falling 3% as investors viewed its store closing strategy as a potential omen that could bode ill for the company. By all measures, Macy's turned in a solid third quarter that should have pleased analysts as the store heads into the holiday season. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 3 Warning Sign with M. Click here to check it out.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    Retail Is Ready to Take Off This Holiday Shopping Season

    , the upcoming holiday season should be a big one for retail companies. The last two years have been very strong holiday seasons for retail and set a high bar for companies looking to replicate recent success. To be sure, the CPI numbers released on Wednesday could add to worries about inflation given it just jumped by its second-highest percentage this year.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    E-Commerce Could Elevate Macy's Stock Out of Its Post-Earnings Doldrums

    , the over 150-year-old business built by brick and mortar success, is using e-commerce to elevate results moving forward. The focus on the digital driver could help break a recent stock slide that is pushing shares down despite an earnings beat on Wednesday morning. Macy's stock was down 6.9% to $33.22 as of 12 p.m. ET on Wednesday.

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Sears Customers Could Soon Be Taking Their Business to Home Depot

    Sears, which has filed for bankruptcy, continues to shutter stores, leaving market share up for grabs. Home Depot Inc. appears poised to snap up those customers. Sears has announced additional store closures for both the Sears and Kmart brands.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Exclusive: Sears finalizing $350 million bankruptcy loan with Great American: sources

    The deal would increase an existing financing package from banks to give Sears a bankruptcy loan totaling $650 million, the sources said. Bank lenders already promised $300 million when Sears filed for bankruptcy last month. The creditors believe they will collect more on what they are owed if Sears liquidates its assets, according to bankruptcy-court papers.

  • Exclusive: Sears finalizing $350 million bankruptcy loan with Great American - sources
    Reutersyesterday

    Exclusive: Sears finalizing $350 million bankruptcy loan with Great American - sources

    The deal would increase an existing financing package from banks to give Sears a bankruptcy loan totaling $650 million, the sources said. Bank lenders already promised $300 million when Sears filed for bankruptcy last month. The creditors believe they will collect more on what they are owed if Sears liquidates its assets, according to bankruptcy-court papers.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    Bloomingdale's to start selling high-end appliances ahead of the holidays as Sears struggles

    Later this month, Bloomingdale's will open a store within its flagship department store in New York on 59th Street for high-end LG Electronics appliances. It will also sell those items on its website.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] Sears Creditors Question the Viability of Retailer's Stores

    Sears Holdings Corp.’s creditors are questioning whether the retailer’s best move is to go through a sale process for its 400 most-profitable stores or cut its losses and liquidate sooner rather than later....

  • TheStreet.com3 days ago

    Housing, Holidays and Heated Competition: A Home Depot Earnings Primer

    A day after his Atlanta Falcons lost to the lowly Cleveland Browns in NFL action on Sunday, the company that Falcons owner Arthur Blank founded also got hammered. Home Depot shares finished down 3.5% to $179.43 on Monday as the Dow dived by more than 600 points. The company will look to dig out of this hole on Tuesday as a positive earnings release could help repair and renovate Monday's slide.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Sears Offers to Sell Bonds to Hedge Funds That Bet on Its Default

    Sears Holdings Corp. wants to sell off bonds that are suddenly in high demand among credit-derivative traders who bet on Sears to default. Sears has offered to put up to $900 million of existing company debt on the auction block, an unusual maneuver that could help fund the retailer’s turnaround strategy while boosting returns on insurance contracts known as credit default swaps. The debt instruments Sears wants to sell is held internally and owed by its subsidiary Sears Roebuck Acceptance Corp., or SRAC, to other company affiliates.

  • Bloomberg3 days ago

    Sears Sale Plan Blasted by Creditors as 'Foolhardy Gamble'

    Sears filed for bankruptcy protection Oct. 15 after years of decline, and on Nov. 2 proposed to auction off its highest-performing stores. The company’s plan “appears to be nothing more than wishful thinking,” it said, leaving the group “no choice” but to request the bankruptcy court deny the request to pursue the store sale.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Creditors Question Viability of Sears Stores

    Corp.’s creditors are questioning whether the retailer’s best move is to go through a sale process for its 400 most-profitable stores or instead cut its losses and liquidate sooner rather than later. The committee of unsecured creditors in court papers filed Friday raised concerns about the sale process. The group called the business plan to keep stores open “wishful thinking,” since Sears would need to reduce its excessive expenses to return to profitability, which the company was unable to do leading up to the bankruptcy filing.

  • Sears's Latest Hope for Cash: Bidding War Among CDS Traders
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Sears's Latest Hope for Cash: Bidding War Among CDS Traders

    The bankrupt department-store chain asked a judge to let it auction off about $900 million of notes that are essentially loans from one Sears unit to another. The potential sale is the latest example of how the $10 trillion market for credit derivatives can influence the fate of the companies they are tied to. In the last year, traders seeking to profit from bets on derivatives have extended financing to companies including food distributor United Natural Foods Inc., homebuilder Hovnanian Enterprises Inc. and newspaper publisher McClatchy Co., Bloomberg News has reported.

  • TheStreet.com3 days ago

    Chart of the Day: Home Depot and Lowe's Go Head to Head in Home Improvement

    are battling for retail home improvement market share largely unchallenged by third parties. Both stocks are falling today as macro pressures from the Federal Reserve and mortgage data weigh on market sentiment, but at the same time each company is trying to position itself as the pre-eminent player in retail home improvement. One of the largest developments that both companies will need to address is the bankruptcy of what was once the nation's largest retailer in Sears.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Lampert's ESL Fires Back at Sears Creditors

    Former Sears Chief Executive Edward Lampert’s ESL Investments Inc. has shot back at allegations made by unsecured creditors in their call for a deeper look at debt transactions tied to the firm.