|Bid||9.90 x 200|
|Ask||10.81 x 200|
|Day's Range||10.20 - 10.79|
|52 Week Range||6.90 - 17.24|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Mar 22, 2018 - Mar 26, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.46 (4.49%)|
|1y Target Est||12.44|
Fixed-income yields are creeping higher, and the stock market doesn’t like that. Traditionally, value stocks tend to outperform growth stocks when rates head higher. As fixed income yields head higher, that adds a ton of pressure to low earnings yield (high multiple) stocks.
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 ...
Athletic retailer The Finish Line, Inc. will harness the excitement surrounding the men’s college basketball tournament with its popular bracket challenge featuring a partnership with Chicago Bulls point guard, Zach LaVine.
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Most analysts covering DSW (DSW) have maintained a “hold” rating ahead of the company’s upcoming fiscal 4Q17 results. Of the 14 analysts covering the stock, 71% recommended a “hold,” and 29% recommended a “buy.” No analyst has recommended a “sell” rating for the stock. In September 2017, DSW introduced a new membership program called “DSW Rewards VIP.” Under this membership program, over 25 million customers can take advantage of services like repairs to handbags and shoes and rentals.
Analysts have projected sales to be up 7.9% to $728.2 million driven by its growth initiatives. In comparison, on a YTD basis, Finish Line (FINL) has fallen 30.4% to $10.11 as of March 8, 2018, while Foot Locker (FL) is down 12.9% to $40.85.
In fiscal 4Q17, Foot Locker (FL) reported a contraction of 230 basis points (or bps) in its gross margin to 31.4% over 14 weeks. Foot Locker’s SG&A (selling, general, and administrative) expenses rose 7.1% to $423 million in fiscal 4Q17. As a result, its operating margin came in at 3.4% compared to the 13.2% it reported in fiscal 4Q16.
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The Finish Line Youth Foundation announced today its award of $136,635 in grants and $250,000 in donations for Special Olympics in the fourth quarter of 2017. The 16 grants to youth organizations in 9 states and the territory of Puerto Rico support healthy lifestyles and youth development.
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Ahead of the upcoming fiscal 4Q17 results, most analysts covering Foot Locker (FL) have maintained a “buy” rating. Expansion of e-commerce and a tough retail landscape created a highly challenging situation for Foot Locker (FL). Like other traditional retailers, Foot Locker has been working on increasing the reach of its digital sales portal.
Foot Locker’s (FL) fiscal 4Q17 adjusted earnings per share (or EPS) are estimated to be $1.25, down ~9.0% on a YoY (year-over-year) basis. For fiscal 4Q17, Foot Locker expects its EPS to decline 15.0%–25.0% on a YoY basis. In fiscal 3Q17, Foot Locker (FL) reported adjusted EPS of $0.87, which beat the analysts’ estimate of $0.80, driven by the improved sale of premium products.