|Bid||15.10 x 1000|
|Ask||15.34 x 800|
|Day's Range||15.12 - 15.29|
|52 Week Range||14.74 - 28.38|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||May 2, 2019 - May 6, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.92 (5.67%)|
|1y Target Est||18.60|
Newell Brands Inc. today announced its first quarter 2019 earnings results will be released Friday, May 3, prior to market open and will be followed by a live webcast at 8:30 a.m.
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Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY), Annaly Capital Management Inc. (NLY), Newell Brands Inc. (NWL) and Mylan NV (MYL) have declined to their three-year lows. Bristol-Myers Squibb Company is an American international pharmaceutical company that manufactures prescription pharmaceuticals in various therapeutic areas including cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, hepatitis, and HIV. The trailing 12-month dividend yield of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company stocks is 3.53%.
Newell's (NWL) dismal sales surprise trend can be attributed to lower core sales and adverse foreign currency. Nevertheless, its Transformation Plan is encouraging.
Newell Brands (NWL) has an impressive earnings surprise history and currently possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely beat in its next quarterly report.
These companies are slashing their debt loads, putting them at an advantage to rivals that remain highly leveraged, Goldman Sachs says.
Newell Brands (NWL) closed the most recent trading day at $15.87, moving -0.69% from the previous trading session.
In April last year, Starboard Value’s Jeff Smith discussed in a CNBC interview his opinions on the changes that Newell Brands (NASDAQ:NWL) was going through during April 2018, and emphasized the potential of Starboard Value’s investment in the company. Newell Brands was undergoing a sales drop of 55% in 2017, and the plan was to reorganize […]
Newell Brands Inc said on Monday it would sell its Processing Solutions business to private equity firm One Rock Capital Partners LLC for about $500 million, as part of the company's $10 billion divestiture plan aimed at streamlining operations and cutting costs. The latest divestiture announcement comes days after the company said its chief Executive Officer Michael Polk would retire at the end of second quarter, following a year of disappointing sales. Newell Brands, owner of popular brands such as Elmer's glue, Crock Pot cooker and Yankee candles, has been divesting its non-core businesses after more than doubling in size following its 2016 acquisition of Jarden Corp.
Newell Brands Inc. said Monday it expects $500 million in proceeds from a deal to sell its process solutions business to private equity firm One Rock Capital LLC. Shares of the consumer products company, which brands include Sharpie, Elmer's, Graco and Rubbermaid, rose 1.2% in premarket trade. The process solutions business makes custom-designed plastic, nylons, monofilaent and zinc products for industrial and consumer uses. The business had net sales of $640 million in 2018, or about 7.4% of Newell's total sales of $8.63 billion. It has plunged 27.3% over the past three months through Friday, while the S&P 500 has gained 10.9%.
Newell Brands today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its Process Solutions Business to One Rock Capital Partners, LLC, a private equity firm focused on control-stake equity investments in middle-market companies in North America.
The chief executive of Newell Brands Inc. is leaving the consumer-products conglomerate, which has struggled with weak sales and missed targets since a merger put Sharpie pens, Mr. Coffee machines and Yankee Candle under the same roof. Michael Polk, who came under attack last year by activist investors, will leave at the end of June, the company said late Thursday. Newell said it hired search firm Heidrick & Struggles to aid in finding a replacement.
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Rubbermaid parent Newell Brands Inc (NASDAQ: NWL ) said Thursday its CEO Michael Polk will retire from the company. What Happened Polk will retire from the company at the end of the second quarter, a job ...
rose 2.27% to $15.80 in premarket trading Friday on news that Michael Polk will retire as CEO of the household goods maker at the end of the second quarter. Polk has been CEO since 2011 and a member of the board since 2009. Newell, owner of brands like Rubbermaid, Sharpie, Calphalon and Graco baby products, has been struggling.
Newell Brands Inc said Chief Executive Officer Michael Polk would retire at the end of the second quarter, ending a tenure during which the U.S. household goods maker was the target of activist investors and launched a turnaround to slim down its brand portfolio. Polk, 57, who has been at the helm of the company since 2011, engineered Newell's $15 billion acquisition of Coleman products maker Jarden Corp in 2016, adding about 120 brands and more than doubling the company's size.
Newell Brands Inc. Chief Executive Michael Polk will retire from the company at the end of the second quarter, the company announced Thursday afternoon. Newell said it has retained executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles to help in finding the next CEO. "I am proud of the progress we have made since 2011 transforming the portfolio and building a set of competitively advantaged capabilities in innovation, design and eCommerce," Polk said in a statement. The Rubbermaid parent company has struggled for the type of growth it expected after the $15 billion acquisition of Jarden three years ago, and has recently been selling off businesses while attracting attention from activist investors like Carl Icahn and Starboard Value LP. The stock is down 45.7% in the past 12 months, as the S&P 500 index has gained 2.2%. Shares gained about 1.2% in after-hours trading following the announcement Thursday afternoon.
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