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January 18, 2013
11:31 EDTJCP, PVHPVH CEO: Izod sales at J.C. Penney on or ahead of plan, Bloomberg reports
PVH Corp. (PVH) CEO Manny Chirico said sales of its Izod brand at specialty "shop within a shop" stores within redesigned J.C. Penney (JCP) locations are "running on or ahead of plan," which Chirico called a "grand slam home run," according to Bloomberg, citing his comments at an investor conference. Chirico noted a measure of revenue per product at the J.C. Penney shops is 20% higher compared with other department stores through Jan. 12, the report said. Reference Link
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November 25, 2015
11:47 EDTPVHGuess surges after Q3 profit beats estimates
Shares of Guess (GES), which licenses and distributes apparel and accessories, are advancing after the company's third quarter profit surpassed analysts' consensus estimates. WHAT'S NEW: Last night, Guess reported Q3 earnings per share of 15c, beating estimates of 11c, and revenue of $521M, matching the consensus forecast. In constant currency, total net revenue decreased 3.9%. Q3 retail comparable sales including e-commerce decreased 6% in U.S. dollars and 2% in constant currency. Victor Herrero, Chief Executive Officer, commented, "I am pleased to report that third quarter results were better than our expectations. Our European retail business was especially strong with a double digit comp sales increase for the quarter for the first time in five years." GUIDANCE: Looking ahead to Q4, Guess forecast EPS of 53c-62c, versus consensus of 59c. It sees Q4 net revenues to range between a decline of 1.5% and an increase of 1.5% in constant currency, compared to consensus of $662.8M. Currency headwinds are expected to negatively impact consolidated revenue growth by approximately 5.5%, for a net decline between 7.0% and 4.0%. The estimated impact on earnings per share of the currency headwinds is approximately 18c. For FY16, Guess raised the bottom end of its EPS outlook to 93c-$1.02 from 89c-$1.02, compared to consensus of 96c. FY16 revenue is forecast to decline between 1.5% and 0.5% in constant currency, versus consensus of $2.21B. Currency headwinds are expected to negatively impact consolidated revenue growth by approximately 8.0%, for a net decline between 9.5% and 8.5%. The estimated impact on FY16 earnings per share of the currency headwinds is approximately 40c. PRICE ACTION: In late morning trading, Guess rose $1.60, or about 8.2%, to $21.14 on heavy trading volume. Despite today's advance, the shares have lost approximately 7% over the past 12 months. OTHERS TO WATCH: Other companies that distribute and license apparel and accessories include PVH Corp. (PVH), Ralph Lauren (RL), Perry Ellis (PERY) and VF Corp. (VFC).
November 24, 2015
07:18 EDTPVHPVH Corp. price target lowered to $111 from $125 at Brean Capital
Brean Capital lowered its price target on PVH Corp. to $111 from $125 ahead of Q3 results. The firm believes strength in Europe will be muted by domestic store exposure and incremental foreign exchange drags. Brean Capital maintains its Buy rating on PVH Corp. shares as they believe the risk/reward is compelling.
06:20 EDTJCPRetailers hunt for new breaches after warning on malware, Reuters says
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November 17, 2015
10:13 EDTJCPJ.C. Penney management to meet with Buckingham
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November 16, 2015
16:29 EDTJCPJ.C. Penney announces plans to retire $500M asset-based term loan
J. C. Penney Company announced that it has received $500M of incremental bank commitments to increase the size of the Revolving Line of Credit under its existing Senior Secured Asset-Based Credit Facility to $2.35B from $1.85B. In connection with upsizing the revolving credit facility, the Company also intends to prepay and retire the outstanding principal amount of its $500M Term Loan previously issued under the ABL, which is scheduled to mature in June 2019. The Company expects to close these transactions in December.The Company expects that retirement of the ABL Term Loan will reduce interest expense by approximately $20M annually, beginning in 2016. The $2.35B ABL revolving line of credit, which will also mature in June 2019, will remain available for seasonal working capital needs and general corporate purposes. Marvin Ellison, chief executive officer, said, "We proactively pursued this transaction to reduce our long-term debt and ongoing interest expense and to further enhance our financial flexibility while maintaining our strong liquidity position as we continue to make progress on our goal of $1.2B in EBITDA by 2017."
11:35 EDTJCPDillard's sinks to 52-week low after joining chorus of 'disappointed' retailers
Shares of Dillard's (DDS), a retailer of fashion apparel, cosmetics and home furnishing, are falling to their worst level in a year after the company became the latest in its industry to report lower than expected third quarter results. WHAT'S NEW: This morning, Dillard's reported Q3 earnings per share of $1.19 and revenue of $1.435B, narrowly missing analysts' consensus estimates of $1.20 and $1.49B, respectively. Same-store sales for the quarter fell 4%. Total merchandise sales decreased 3% for the 13-week period ended October 31. Weaker performing categories were men's apparel and accessories and ladies' accessories and lingerie with notable weakness in home and furniture the company explained. Dillard's Chief Executive Officer, William T. Dillard, II, stated, "We are disappointed with our third quarter sales performance and in the resulting decline in profit. Share buyback remained a high priority, and we repurchased $175 million of stock under our share repurchase program." WHAT'S NOTABLE: Gross margin from retail operations improved 11 basis points of sales for the 13 weeks ended October 31 compared to the prior year third quarter. Consolidated gross margin for the 13 weeks ended October 31 declined 30 basis points of sales compared to the prior year third quarter. The disparity between retail and consolidated gross margin performance is attributable to increased revenue at CDI, which is a substantially lower margin business. Inventory increased 6% at October 31 compared to November 1, 2014. For FY15, the company expects capital expenditures of $150M. PRICE ACTION: In late morning trading, Dillard's fell $5.81, or 7.5%, to $71.79 on more than three times its average daily trading volume. Earlier in the session, the stock hit a fresh 52-week low of $68.05. Including today's pull back, the shares have lost about 36% over the past 12 months. OTHERS TO WATCH: Other apparel, cosmetics and home furnishing retailers include Macy's (M), Kohl's (KSS), JC Penny (JCP), Sears (SHLD) and Nordstrom (JWN).
06:54 EDTPVHPVH Corp. risk/reward favorable after selloff, says Piper Jaffray
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