Sprouts beat analysts’ earnings estimates by 11%, or $.02 per share, in 3Q15. The company’s earnings per share (or EPS) stood at $0.21.
Sprouts Farmers Market (SFM) reported strong 3Q15 results, beating analysts’ top and bottom line estimates.
Sprouts Farmers Market is slated to release its financial results for 4Q15 on February 25, 2016. It reported solid results in 3Q15.
Lowe’s has been steadily raising its dividend over the years. The retailer is a dividend aristocrat, one of a select group of companies in NOBL.
Lowe’s anticipates a higher effective tax rate of 38.1% in fiscal 2016, up from 36.9% in fiscal 2015. This is expected to negatively impact EPS.
Lowe’s gross margin expanded by five basis points to 34.87% in the first three quarters of fiscal 2016.
The world’s second-largest home improvement retailer, Lowe’s, has left its fiscal 2016 guidance unchanged from what it provided last February.
Lowe’s sales performance and growth in fiscal 2016 have been robust so far, with net sales rising by 4.9% and same-store sales rising by 4.6%.
The world’s second-largest home improvement retailer, Lowe’s, is slated to release its fourth quarter and full-year earnings for fiscal 2016 on February 24.
The average 12-month price target for HFC stands at $48, indicating a 56% gain from the current levels.
HFC’s stock performance has been quite volatile over the past year. The stock hit highs of $54 in August 2015 and lows of $30 in February 2016…
In this post, we’ll examine HFC’s refining margin trends. Plus, we’ll look at the fourth quarter refining margin outlook.
HollyFrontier Corporation (HFC) is expected to post its 4Q15 results on February 24, 2016. Before we proceed with 4Q15 estimates, let’s recap HFC’s 3Q15 performance versus estimates.
According to a recent Business Insider article published in February 2016, Amazon is likely to present competition to Salesforce.
In 2016, Salesforce stock has shed close to 30% of its value. According to S&P Global Market Intelligence data, Salesforce stock fell by ~13% in January 2016.
Tableau Software’s (DATA) and LinkedIn’s (LNKD) issuance of weaker-than-expected guidance for 2016 caused technology stocks to fall like a ton of bricks in February 2016.
In 2015, Amazon’s AWS held a 31% share of the global cloud infrastructure services space.
For fiscal 4Q16, analysts are expecting Salesforce to post revenues and non-GAAP EPS of $1.8 billion and $0.19, respectively.
Approximately 34% of analysts rate Apache a “buy,” ~56% rate it a “hold,” and ~10% rate it a “sell.” The average broker target price of $45.93 for APA implies a return of around ~23% in the next 12 months.
Apache Corporation’s (APA) stock started off on an uptrend in 2015. After a brief declining trend between February and March, the stock rose to a 2015 high of $71.40 in April.