74.91 -0.08 (-0.10%)
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|Bid||75.03 x 900|
|Ask||74.81 x 800|
|Day's Range||74.36 - 75.78|
|52 Week Range||50.14 - 77.00|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.86|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.33|
|Earnings Date||Mar 17, 2020 - Mar 22, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.92 (2.54%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jan 22, 2020|
|1y Target Est||69.88|
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Bloomscape, the direct-to-consumer online plant shop that delivers plants directly from the greenhouse to consumers’ front doors, today announced a partnership to sell houseplants through West Elm online at WestElm.com/Bloomscape. The partnership is Bloomscape’s first with a major retailer and will serve as West Elm’s exclusive ecommerce potted plant partner, complementing its assortment of original, modern designs for the everyday.
Williams-Sonoma (WSM) is benefiting from an improved e-commerce platform despite higher shipping costs and soft comps in the namesake brand.
Williams-Sonoma (WSM) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE: WSM) announced today that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.48 per common share. The dividend is payable on February 28, 2020 to stockholders of record as of the close of business on January 24, 2020. As of December 1, 2019, the Company had 77,467,381 shares of common stock outstanding.
Pottery Barn Kids, Pottery Barn Teen and Pottery Barn, members of the Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE: WSM) portfolio of brands, today celebrate the launch of Flour Shop x Pottery Barn Brands, the colorful home furnishings collaboration with Amirah Kassem of Flour Shop, the bakery known for its signature treats and social media-famous "Rainbow Explosion Cake." Amirah believes in the power of celebrating every day like it’s a birthday, and uses her cakes as an artistic medium. Inspired by Flour Shop’s spirited approach to baking, the interior décor collections incorporate rainbow-hues, sprinkles and sequins to bring Amirah’s "Birthday Lifestyle" into the home space.
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This holiday season, Pottery Barn, a member of the Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (WSM) portfolio of brands, is celebrating GivingTuesday, the global day of giving, by matching customer donations* made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital® in-store and online. GivingTuesday further amplifies Pottery Barn’s annual campaign by inspiring people to give back throughout the holiday season.
On Nov. 21, in response to several potential class-action suits in the United States, Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) issued a brief statement acknowledging the legal issues it could be facing. Although the company believes the claims are without merit, CGC stock fell on the news. Source: Shutterstock InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsCanopy has enough issues at the moment. Class-action suits are just another to add to the pile. While it can't ignore these potential suits brought by law firms I believe are masquerading as ambulance chasers, interim CEO Mark Zekulin and the rest of the board of directors must keep their eyes focused on continuing to grow Canopy's business. A loss of focus at this point could be fatal. It's got to carry on, leaving the legal matters to its lawyers. That's what they're paid for. Here are a couple of matters more pressing for Canopy as it heads into 2020. Finding a New CEOIt's been a couple of months since Canopy chairman John Bell told the media that the company would have a new CEO by the end of 2019. Well, we've come to Thanksgiving without an announcement. That leaves five weeks to lock down a chief executive. Talk about cutting it close. * 7 Entertainment Stocks to Buy to Escape Holiday Blues The reality is the hiring of a new CEO might slide into 2020. Better to get the right person early next year than the wrong person before the turn of the calendar. The appointment's that important. In August, I recommended three highly-capable executives Canopy should go after in its quest to be the biggest and best cannabis company on the planet. One of my suggestions could be available. From Shoes to Pot?In October, Mark Parker, the CEO of Nike (NYSE:NKE) for the past 13 years and a Nike employee since 1979, abruptly resigned as chief executive. Although Parker will become executive chairman of Nike on Jan. 13, the demands on the 64-year-old businessman won't be nearly as time consuming as those of the CEO.I suggested that Parker was a long shot given his age and commitment to the Nike lifestyle. That said, his understanding of global brands would be incredibly helpful to Canopy as it grows beyond its Canadian roots. My other two suggestions: Williams-Sonoma (NYSE:WSM) CEO Laura Alber and Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) COO Rosalind Brewer are also long shots. Alber has one of the best CEO jobs in the world, and Brewer is likely to succeed Kevin Johnson as CEO.Whoever the company appoints has to be someone familiar with branded products. Until it gets its woman or man locked down, Canopy can't afford to spend a single minute worrying about these class-action suits. Canopy and Constellation Have Got to Kiss and Make UpCanopy's shares fell almost 10% on Nov. 22 after controlling shareholder Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ) suggested the gravy train was over for its Canadian partner. In its Nov. 22 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Constellation had the following to say about its significant investment in the cannabis producer:"[Constellation] does not plan to make additional cash contributions to Canopy beyond any possible exercise of the warrants. Constellation believes that Canopy is adequately capitalized with more than C$2.7 billion cash and marketable securities on hand as of September 30, 2019."Can you blame it?Canopy Growth stock is down 33% year-to-date. Over the past year, CGC is off more than 46%. In the same period, STZ stock has a total return of 16% year-to-date, but it's down almost 5% over the past 52 weeks. A lot of that has to do with Canopy's disintegrating stock price, not some deterioration of its beer, wine or spirits businesses. Canopy has the strongest financial position among the top six Canadian cannabis producers. In early November, I highlighted how it and Cronos Group (NASDAQ:CRON) tower over the other four major competitors. The new CEO will be pleased to inherit a business whose balance sheet is as solid as they come. The Bottom Line on Canopy Growth StockYes, it has recorded some massive losses in recent quarters -- 1.7 billion CAD in the first six months of fiscal 2020 -- but the long-term prognosis for the company remains intact. The ambulance chasers are launching suits because, in a stock market like the one we've got right now, somebody must pay for making investors look silly. And it isn't going to be the lawyers. Suck it up, snowflakes. You win some. You lose some. That's the game of investing. Live with it. At the time of this writing Will Ashworth did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Things to Watch for into 2020 for Safer Income & Growth * 7 Entertainment Stocks to Buy to Escape Holiday Blues * 5 "Strong Buy" Biotech Stocks With More Than 80% Upside The post Ignore the Canopy Growth Ambulance Chasers appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Expansion strategy and reinvention plans are likely to reflect on At Home's (HOME) fiscal Q3 results. However, higher occupancy, preopening and advertising costs might have hurt its bottom line.
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Luxury home goods retailer Williams-Sonoma (WSM) earned $1.02 per share in fiscal Q3 2020 (vs. $1.01 est.). The firm had revenue of $1.44 billion, versus the $1.42 billion estimate, observes Chris Quigley, value investing expert and contributing editor to The Prudent Speculator.
(Bloomberg) -- Tech-bro shoemaker Allbirds is calling out Amazon.com Inc. for copying a pair of its $95 sneakers made from fine merino wool and selling them for one-third the price, the latest brand backlash against the world’s biggest online retailer.Allbirds Inc. co-founder Joseph Zwillinger says Amazon should mimic its eco-friendly materials as well if it’s going to mimic the look of its trendy sneaker.“We are flattered at the similarities that your private label shoe shares with ours, but hoped the commonalities would include these environmentally-friendly materials as well,” Zwillinger wrote in a Medium post Monday, offering help in securing the materials. An Amazon spokeswoman declined to comment.Allbirds is the latest brand to take a swipe at Amazon, which has launched more than 1,000 private-label products -- from furniture and tortilla chips to phone chargers and adult diapers. Williams-Sonoma Inc. last year sued Amazon, alleging that one of its private-label orb chairs was “strikingly similar” to one sold by its own West Elm brand.Amazon maintains private-label products represent a small percentage of its overall sales and are necessary to make sure customers can find the products they’re looking for. Some brands are skittish about selling products on Amazon since fakes flourish on the site and they worry Amazon controls too much of the customer relationship. Nike Inc. is the latest brand to stop selling directly to Amazon, preferring to pursue a direct to consumer strategy.Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has proposed prohibiting Amazon from competing against the third-party merchants that generate most of the company’s sales.(Updates with Amazon declining to comment in third paragraph.)To contact the reporter on this story: Spencer Soper in Seattle at email@example.comTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jillian Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org, Robin Ajello, Alistair BarrFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE:WSM) shares fell 7.5% to US$67.42 in the week since its latest quarterly results...
Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE: WSM ) reported its third-quarter earnings in-line with expectations and raised the low end of its guidance for 2019. The Analysts KeyBanc Capital Markets analyst Bradley Thomas ...
Retailers ended the week with a mixed bag of earnings, highlighting the split fortunes for the sector heading into its make-or-break time of year.
The retailer saw a net revenue increase of 6.3% to $1.442 billion for the first three quarters of 2019, but it also saw an earnings-per-share decline.
Strong results from West Elm and The Key initiative enable Williams-Sonoma (WSM) to post better-than-expected Q3 earnings and revenues.