|Bid||83.02 x 800|
|Ask||86.50 x 1000|
|Day's range||83.78 - 85.36|
|52-week range||52.85 - 86.33|
|PE ratio (TTM)||23.98|
|Earnings date||23 Aug 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.90 (1.12%)|
|1y target est||88.79|
NEW YORK, June 05, 2018-- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors, traders, and shareholders of ExlService ...
As Amazon pegged a new high Monday, Williams-Sonoma, Kohl's and Shopify staged breakouts. Five Below made a big move ahead of earnings. Target and Ross Stores neared buy points too.
Burlington Stores stock was up 8.4% as of 11:15 AM EST today in reaction to better-than-expected results for the first quarter, which ended on May 5. The off-price retailer generated net sales of $1.52 billion, exceeding analysts’ expectation of $1.49 billion. Burlington Stores’ sales grew 12.8% on a year-over-year basis.
Some analysts revised their price targets for Ross Stores (ROST) stock after the company announced its fiscal first-quarter results after the markets closed on May 24. On May 25, Deutsche Bank lowered its price target to $91.00 from $94.00. Jefferies raised its price target to $76.00 from $73.00, and J.P. Morgan increased its price target to $92.00 from $91.00.
Ross Stores’ (ROST) gross margin grew about 20 basis points on a year-over-year basis to 29.7% in its fiscal first quarter. The company’s gross margin benefited from 30 basis points of higher merchandise margin as well as a decline of 15 basis points in distribution costs resulting from the shift in timing of packaway-related expenses to the fiscal second quarter. Its gross margin also benefited from its leverage of 15 basis points in occupancy costs.
Ross Stores (ROST) generated sales of $3.59 billion in the fiscal first quarter, ahead of the analysts’ expectation of $3.54 billion. Ross Stores’ sales grew 8.5% on a year-over-year basis in the fiscal first quarter while its same-store sales were up 3.0%.
The stock price of off-price retailer Ross Stores (ROST) declined 6.8% on May 25, as investors were displeased with the company’s lower-than-expected earnings outlook. Ross Stores announced its results for the fiscal first quarter after the market closed on May 24.
The retailer maintained its trajectory of strong long-term sales and earnings growth last quarter. Nevertheless, the stock pulled back in after-hours trading on Thursday -- creating a nice buying opportunity.
Ross Stores (ROST) tops earnings and sales estimates in first-quarter fiscal 2018. The company provides softer-than-expected earnings view for the fiscal second quarter due to increased costs.
Stock futures rose early Friday. Splunk, Veeva, Ross Stores and Deckers Outdoor closed in buy range, but were active overnight on earnings. Autodesk, near a buy point, also reported earnings.
Deckers Outdoor rises on earnings, Ross Stores is lower on results, Splunk sees strong sales growth, and Diamondback Energy is under pressure.
Ross Stores Inc. (ROST) on Thursday reported fiscal first-quarter profit of $418.3 million. On a per-share basis, the Dublin, California-based company said it had profit of $1.11. The results beat Wall ...
After the closing bell, Ross Stores earnings topped for the quarter, but the off-price retailer's current-quarter guidance fell short of views.
Shares of Ross Stores Inc. fell more than 6% late Thursday after the retailer posted first-quarter earnings and sales above Wall Street expectations but predicted weaker second-quarter earnings. Ross said ...
TJX Companies (TJX) stock rose 3.2% on May 22, the day the company announced its results for the first quarter of fiscal 2019. Then the stock rose 0.5% on May 23. TJX reported strong sales growth of 11.6% in the first quarter.
Markets track lower after President Trump calls off summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un, Williams-Sonoma gaps up, Best Buy slumps, Ross Stores on tap.
Ross Stores (ROST) saw its stock price pop marginally on Wednesday as part of a month-long climb that has seen shares of the off-price clothing retailer surge nearly 6%. Now, let's see if Ross' run looks poised to continue by taking a quick look at its first-quarter earnings outlook.
Retail earnings will continue on Thursday with Best Buy and The Gap reporting results as volumes remain light ahead of the holiday weekend in the U.S.
Splunk is in buy range ahead of its quarterly report Thursday and Veeva Systems is near an entry, while retail earnings continue with Best Buy, Ross Stores and Gap.
Gap (GPS) will report earnings on Thursday, and MKM Partners' Roxanne Meyer thinks that the retailer may have escaped the worst of what's plagued its peers--but she still prefers off-price retailers. Meyer writes that weather has been an issue for plenty of retailers, but for others it's "an afterthought," and while a prolonged cold winter, combined with an early Easter is a "bad cocktail," she believes that retailers that innovated will further pull ahead, separating the have and have-nots.
Big-box retailer Target missed first-quarter earnings estimates Wednesday as the slow start to spring weather weighed on some sales.