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May 5, 2014
10:48 EDTDKS, RADRite Aid appoints Matt Lynch as Senior VP and Chief Information Officer
Lynch was most recently Senior VP and Chief Information Officer for DICK's Sporting.
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February 5, 2016
12:26 EDTRADOptions with increasing implied volatility
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February 4, 2016
09:16 EDTRADRite Aid shareholders approve merger with Walgreens Boots Alliance
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February 3, 2016
14:13 EDTRADRite Aid to host special shareholder meeting
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11:03 EDTRADOptions with increasing implied volatility: LC RAD CIEN ADSK BWLD
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February 2, 2016
10:39 EDTRADOptions with increasing implied volatility: LC RAD CIEN
09:56 EDTRADRite Aid's RediClinic, Aria Health announce alliance
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February 1, 2016
10:25 EDTRADWilliaOptions with increasing implied volatility: WMB ENDP RAD
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January 29, 2016
10:16 EDTRADOptions with increasing implied volatility: WMB W CERS RAD CRM GILD MNST
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January 28, 2016
10:32 EDTRADOptions with increasing implied volatility: RAD GMCR
08:32 EDTRADRite Aid reports January SSS down 1.4%
For the four weeks ended Jan. 23, 2016, same store sales decreased 1.4% over the prior-year period. January front-end same store sales decreased 1.9%. Pharmacy same store sales, which included an approximate 242 basis points negative impact from new generic introductions, decreased 1.2%. Prescription count at comparable stores decreased 1% over the prior-year period. Total drugstore sales for the four-week period decreased 1.3% with sales of $2B compared to $2.026B for the same period last year. Prescription sales accounted for 70.5% of drugstore sales, and third party prescription sales represented 97.7% of pharmacy sales.
January 27, 2016
11:20 EDTDKSBed Bath & Beyond slips after Citi, Keybanc both say sell
Home goods retailer Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) is declining in late morning trading after being downgraded to Sell-equivalent ratings at both Keybanc and Citi. WHAT'S NEW: KeyBanc analyst Bradley Thomas downgraded Bed Bath & Beyond to Underweight from Sector Weight after his firm's work on housing showed growth has slowed. The analyst noted that the home furnishings sector is growing increasingly competitive, and he took a more cautious view on Hardline retailers whose growth is predicated primarily on same-store sales. Thomas kept a $35 price target on shares of Bed Bath & Beyond. Citi analyst Kate McShane downgraded Bed Bath & Beyond to Sell from Neutral on expectations the retailer's earnings will continue to decline over the next two years. McShane also noted that competition in home furnishings remains intense, while Bed Bath's e-commerce operations continue to be unprofitable. McShane cut her price target for the shares to $37 from $51. OTHERS TO WATCH: The analysts, in their respective notes, also opined on Bed Bath & Beyond's peers. Keybanc's Thomas downgraded Haverty Furniture (HVT) and Pier 1 Imports (PIR) to Sector Weight from Overweight. Meanwhile, Citi's McShane recommended a pair trade of long Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS), which the firm is Overweight on due to valuation, and short Bed Bath & Beyond. PRICE ACTION: Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond are down 1.6% to $43.34, while Haverty Furniture and Pier 1 Imports are down 3.8% and 3.9%, respectively. Dick's Sporting Goods, meanwhile, is down 0.7% to $37.84.
06:46 EDTDKSBed Bath & Beyond downgraded to Sell from Neutral at Citi
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