|Bid||76.50 x 1800|
|Ask||79.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||76.87 - 78.19|
|52 Week Range||53.52 - 79.59|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.18|
|Earnings Date||Aug 22, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.56 (3.33%)|
|1y Target Est||77.30|
Millions of guests shopped Target.com, with top sellers including small appliances, beauty and personal care, baby gear, home and tech items MINNEAPOLIS , July 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Hot offers drove ...
A year after announcing it would open a downtown Denver location, Target is officially opening its doors on July 22.
Jul. 16 marked the start of Prime Day 2018, Amazon.com’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) biggest non-holiday sales event. At this point, those issues appear to be resolved, but those Prime Day sales records are going to be tough to hit after the website meltdown. In reaction, AMZN stock dropped 1% in after-hours trading.
Walmart (WMT) stock underperformed both Target (TGT) and Costco (COST) in the first half of 2018, mostly due to its e-commerce sales growth slowing down sequentially during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018, to 23.0%.
Amazon Web Services, which last year touted its experience hosting Prime Day, reported increased error rates Monday afternoon and had not yet said when services would return to normal.
Even though bricks-and-mortar retailers are loathe to use the world prime in ads, they've unleashed more and more sales to counter Amazon.com Inc.'s Prime Day Here's the latest list: Bed, Bath & Beyond Inc.
As Amazon Prime Day is round the corner, brick-and-mortar retailers are looking for ways to compete with the astounding sales that are almost scaling near the “Black Friday” level. This calls for investing in retailers poised to gain from their promotional sales campaigns during this Amazon Prime Day event. This year’s Prime Day starts off on Jul 16 and wraps up on Jul 17.
Target (TGT) has impressed investors with its recent performance. Target’s traffic rose 3.7% in the fiscal first quarter of 2018, its highest in the past ten years. Meanwhile, the company’s digital sales are soaring on the back of expanded delivery services.
Silicon Valley is weirdly addicted to management books. A more recent hit, written far from the tech world but with plenty of devotees there, is Extreme Ownership: How US Navy Seals Lead and Win. Marc Andreessen, the star venture capitalist, gave it a boost this week, tweeting: “I hand out more copies of this book than any other.
The company has more than doubled its workforce in the last year, and now leases four separate spaces for its office and retail operations along San Francisco's Union Street.
Target (TGT) has disappointed with its margins performance over the past several quarters as can be seen in the graph. The company’s strategic decision to lower prices on thousands of everyday essentials and other products is taking a toll on its profitability. Target’s gross margin fell 20 basis points in the fiscal first quarter of 2018, while it contracted by 40 basis points in the fiscal fourth quarter of 2017.
Target (TGT) stock has risen 17.2% on a YTD (year-to-date) basis as of July 12 thanks to the company’s growth initiatives that are gaining traction. Despite the healthy increase on a YTD basis, Target’s current valuation multiple is lower than its historical average. As of July 12, Target’s stock was trading at a forward PE (price-to-earnings) multiple of 14.3x, which is about 5% lower than its four-year historical average multiple of 15.0x.
On Tuesday, July 17, 2018, Target will be offering loads of deals to customers shopping online. The company is obviously trying to compete against Amazon’s Prime Day, which will start on July 16 and last for 36 hours. Amazon is only making its deals available to Prime members when its day of deals launches next week.
Just because the newest Target Corp. store in the market is (comparatively) tiny doesn’t mean shoppers can’t find what they want.
Here’s an indication that summer is sadly more “almost over” than “just started.” Target confirmed on social media that it will host an online event starting this weekend offering teachers 15 percent discounts on select back-to-school school supplies. To participate, teachers must register at Target.com/teacherprep to confirm their employment status and receive a discount coupon, WeAreTeachers reported. The registration link was not yet live as of Friday morning. Target said the site will go live when the event starts July 15 and directs shoppers to check A Bullseye View at https://corporate.target.com/article/tag/2041/A-Bullseye-View … for more details.
Target Corp. is showing it's not above a bit of counter-programming when it comes to competing with online rival Amazon.com Inc., announcing its own one-day sale that will kick off in the middle of Amazon's Prime Day event.
MARKET PULSE Target Corp. (tgt) said Friday it will offer special deals all day long on Target.com on July 17, overlapping with Amazon.com Inc.'s (amzn) Prime Day. Target said it will have free two-day shipping on orders greater than $35 in value and free shipping and a 5% discount for Target REDcard holders.
- Great deals available all day long on Target.com with free two-day shipping on orders over $35 ; free shipping and 5 percent off for Target REDcard holders - Dozens of deals on home, kitchen gadgets, ...
This week, the Target store in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood opened a 400-square-foot section featuring all Sully’s apparel.
While brick-and-mortar retailers such as Costco Wholesale Corp. ( COST) and Target Corp. ( TGT) made a comeback in 2018, the world's largest retailer, Walmart Inc. ( WMT), is still down in correction territory from its 52-week high, as investors remain concerned over the rising dominance of Amazon.com Inc. ( AMZN) across new markets such as grocery and health care. In an interview with CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Tuesday, Cowen & Co.'s David Seaburg, the head of sales and trading at the investment firm, warned on the significant amount of cash Walmart will need to spend in the fight against the Seattle-based cloud computing and e-commerce behemoth.