Key events this week

Casey’s General Stores (CASY) is scheduled to announce its fourth-quarter results on June 11. Analysts expect the company’s revenues to grow 1.6% YoY (year-over-year) to $2.1 billion. The EPS is expected to fall 9.8% YoY to $0.46 from $0.51.

Consumer Stocks: Key Earnings Last Week

H&R Block (HRB) is scheduled to announce its fourth-quarter results on June 11. Analysts expect the company’s revenues to fall 3.2% to $2.3 billion. The EPS is expected to fall 23.8% YoY to $4.1.

Lululemon Athletica (LULU) is scheduled to announce its first-quarter results on June 13. Analysts expect the company’s revenues to increase 16.2% YoY to $755 million. Analysts expect the EPS to rise YoY to $0.70 from $0.55.

Earnings releases last week

Tiffany & Co (TIF) released its first-quarter results on June 4. The company’s revenues fell 2.9% YoY to $1.0 billion, which missed analysts’ estimate by 1.1%. The EPS fell 9.6% YoY to $1.03 from $1.14, which beat analysts’ growth estimate of $1.02.

Campbell Soup (CPB) released its third-quarter results on June 5. The company’s revenues rose 12.0% YoY to $2.3 billion, which beat analysts’ estimate by 0.63%. Campbell Soup’s EPS fell 20.0% YoY to $0.56 from $0.70, which beat analysts’ growth estimate of $0.47.

Brown-Forman (BFB) reported its fourth-quarter results on June 5. The company’s revenues rose 1.5% YoY to $0.74 billion in the quarter—2.1% below analysts’ estimate. The EPS rose YoY to $0.33 from $0.23—10.0% higher than the estimates.

J.M. Smucker (SJM) reported its fourth-quarter results on June 6. The company’s revenues rose 6.8% YoY to $1.9 billion, which missed analysts’ estimate of $1.9 billion. J.M. Smucker’s EPS rose 2.5% YoY to $2.08 from $2.03, which beat analysts’ estimate by 6.7%.

United Natural Foods (UNFI) released its third-quarter results on June 5. During the quarter, the company’s revenues rose to $5.9 billion, which missed analysts’ estimate by 4.1%. The EPS fell 41.0% YoY to $0.61 from $1.04, which beat analysts’ estimate by 17.0%.

Five Below (FIVE) reported its first-quarter results on May 31. The company’s revenues rose 23.1% YoY to $364.7 million in the quarter, which beat analysts’ estimate by 0.2%. Five Below’s EPS rose 31.4% YoY to $0.46 from $0.35, which beat analysts’ estimate by 31.0%.

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