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August 6, 2014
09:23 EDTRLRalph Lauren sees foreign exchange impacts relatively neutral for FY15
Says conditions have been difficult for retailers around the world, particularly in North America. Says FY15 "off to a good start." Says continuing to work to "globalize" company. Says global macro data giving "mixed" signals on health of the consumer. Comments made on the Q1 earnings conference call.
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May 17, 2015
13:59 EDTRLRalph Lauren shares could return 15%-20% in 12-18 months, Barron's says
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May 15, 2015
10:20 EDTRLOptions with decreasing implied volatility
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May 14, 2015
07:41 EDTRLUSPA gets favorable ruling in trademark fight with Ralph Lauren, Reuters says
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May 13, 2015
09:21 EDTRLOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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08:07 EDTRLRalph Lauren sees forex, global consumer spending remaining 'unpredictable'
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08:07 EDTRLRalph Lauren seesn Q1 consolidated net revenues flat in constant currency
In the first quarter of Fiscal 2016, the Company expects consolidated net revenues to be flat in constant currency, as retail segment growth is offset by a decline in wholesale revenue which is impacted by our customers’ receipt plans due to an earlier Easter this year. Based on current exchange rates, foreign currency will have an approximate 600 basis point negative impact on revenue growth in the first quarter of Fiscal 2016. Operating margin for the first quarter of Fiscal 2016 is expected to be approximately 600-650 basis points below the comparable prior year period, primarily due to negative foreign currency effects, the quarterly revenue growth profile and timing of expense savings initiatives. The first quarter tax rate is estimated at 30%.
08:06 EDTRLRalph Lauren sees FY15 consolidated net revenue up mid single digits
The company currently expects consolidated net revenues for Fiscal 2016 to increase by mid-single digits in constant currency. The company says, "Based on current exchange rates, foreign currency will have an approximate 450 basis point negative impact on Fiscal 2016 revenue growth. Operating margin for Fiscal 2016 is currently expected to be 180-230 basis points below the prior year’s level due to negative foreign currency effects. The full year Fiscal 2016 tax rate is estimated at 30%. Capital expenditures are planned at approximately $400-$500 million in Fiscal 2016. This guidance excludes restructuring and other one-time related charges associated with our global brand reorganization. We expect these charges to be approximately $70-100 million over the course of Fiscal 2016."
08:06 EDTRLRalph Lauren board authorizes additional $500M stock repurchase program
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08:05 EDTRLRalph Lauren reports Q4 EPS $1.69 ex-foreign currency impacts, consensus $1.32
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May 12, 2015
15:00 EDTRLNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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14:11 EDTRLRalph Lauren technical comments before earnings
The shares have been in decline for the prior year, but ahead of earnings have entered a consolidation phase. That range is largely contained within the bounds of $130 to $140. Those two extremes of the range can help us understand where price may go following earnings. A breakout above $140 on better than expected news would turn the dominant downtrend to neutral. A rise above $149.16 would set the trend to bullish in the short-term, with next resistance at $153.27. That level is the bottom of the bearish gap down from February. A move further up into the gap would be bullish. If the news is bearish and the low of the range at $130 is taken out on the downside, it would signal a resumption of the downtrend. In that event next support would be at $127.29, which is the 52-week low. A breakdown below the 52-week low could see the following support levels become potential downside objectives depending on the degree of negative surprise: $122.98, $117.29, and $111.65.

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