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Monday, May 23, 2022

Earnings this week : May 23 - 27, 22 (wk 21)

Monday (May 23)
  • Afternoon: AAP HEI NDSN SKY WKME ZM
Tuesday (May 24)
  • Morning: ANF ATHM AZO BBY CSIQ DOLE FRO NTES WOOF RL
  • Afternoon:  A CAL INTU RAMP JWM TOL URBN
Wednesday (May 25)
  • Morning:  BMO BNS CMCO DKS DY PLAB
  • Afternoon:  BOX CHNG DXC ELF ENS GES NTNX NVDA SNOW SPLK VSAT WSM ZUO
Thursday (May 26)
  • Morning: BABA AMWD BIDU BZUN BRC BURL CM DG DLTR GCO HLNE JACK M MANU MDT ROLL RY SAFM TITN TD
  • Afternoon:  ME AEO ADSK COST DELL DOMO FTCH GPS LGF.A MRVL RRGB STEP SUMO ULTA VMW WDAY ZS
Friday (May 27)  
  • Morning:  BIG CGC HIBB

Saturday, May 21, 2022

This week's biggest % winners & losers : May 16 - 20, 22 (wk 20)

The following are this week's top percentage gainers and losers, categorized by sectors (over $300 mln market cap and 100K average daily volume).

This week's top % gainers
  • Healthcare: SIGA (12.33 +65.28%), ARRY (9.07 +28.04%), EBS (35.17 +22.37%), CCXI (22.8 +18.94%), RCKT (10.67 +17.38%), RETA (28.78 +17.26%), NTRA (39.76 +16.26%), CBAY (2.09 +16.11%), ADAP (1.63 +15.6%)
  • Industrials: GFF (30.11 +23.84%)
  • Information Technology: BL (71.72 +22.49%), CSIQ (29.33 +20.48%), QTWO (51.17 +15.77%), BLKB (62.66 +15.33%), MANT (94.51 +15.29%)
  • Financials: AMBC (9.92 +15.96%)
  • Energy: TDW (25.11 +18%) 
This week's top % losers
  • Healthcare: TRHC (2.3 -35.35%), RUBY (1.01 -22.31%)
  • Industrials: TGI (13.86 -32.85%)
  • Consumer Discretionary: TGT (155.03 -29.45%), DDS (248.55 -23.22%), LOVE (30.16 -22.51%), ROST (71.84 -21.97%), EAT (27.21 -20.39%), DLTR (127.47 -20.03%), FIVE (116.76 -20.02%), KSS (38.8 -19.91%), DG (187.25 -19.4%), GRPN (12.01 -18.63%), CONN (11.97 -18.16%), BOOT (74.16 -18.06%)
  • Information Technology: AVYA (4.77 -24.64%)

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Deckers Outdoor (DECK) reported earnings on Thur 19 May 22 (a/h)

 

Deckers Outdoor beats by $1.19, beats on revs; guides FY23 EPS in-line, revs above consensus
  • Reports Q4 (Mar) earnings of $2.51 per share, $1.19 better than the S&P Capital IQ Consensus of $1.32; revenues rose 31.1% year/year to $736 mln vs the $639.81 mln S&P Capital IQ Consensus.
    • Gross margin was 48.7% compared to 53.2% last year.
    • UGG brand net sales increased 24.7% to $374.6 million compared to $300.5 million.
    • HOKA brand net sales increased 59.7% to $283.5 million compared to $177.5 million.
    • Teva brand net sales decreased 8.8% to $54.8 million compared to $60.2 million.
    • Sanuk brand net sales decreased 1.7% to $11.9 million compared to $12.1 million.
    • Other brands, primarily composed of Koolaburra, net sales increased 2.4% to $11.2 million compared to $10.9 million.
  • Co issues guidance for FY23, sees EPS of $17.40-18.25 vs. $18.11 S&P Capital IQ Consensus; sees FY23 revs of $3.45-3.50 bln vs. $3.44 bln S&P Capital IQ Consensus.

====Ross Stores (ROST) reported earnings on Thur 19 May 22 (a/h)

 

Ross Stores misses by $0.03, misses on revs, comps -7%; guides Q2 EPS below consensus; guides FY23 EPS below consensus
  • Reports Q1 (Apr) earnings of $0.97 per share, $0.03 worse than the S&P Capital IQ Consensus of $1.00; revenues fell 4.1% year/year to $4.33 bln vs the $4.54 bln S&P Capital IQ Consensus.
    • Comparable store sales declined -7%.
    • "We are disappointed with our lower-than-expected first quarter results. Following a stronger-than-planned start early in the period, sales underperformed over the balance of the quarter. We knew fiscal 2022 would be a difficult year to predict, especially the first half when we were facing last year's record levels of government stimulus and significant customer pent-up demand as COVID restrictions eased. The external environment has also proven extremely challenging as the Russia-Ukraine conflict has exacerbated inflationary pressures on the consumer not seen in 40 years."
    • Q1 operating margin of 10.8% was down from 14.2% in 2021, reflecting the deleveraging effect from the same store sales decline combined with ongoing headwinds from higher freight and wage costs that began rising in the second half of 2021.
  • Co issues downside guidance for Q2 (Jul), sees EPS of $0.99-1.07 vs. $1.31 S&P Capital IQ Consensus. Co guides to Q2 same store comp decline of -6% to -4%.
  • Co issues downside guidance for FY23, sees EPS of $4.34-4.58 vs. $5.00 S&P Capital IQ Consensus. Co reaffirms full year same store comp decline of -4% to -2%.

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

-=TJX (TJX) reported earnings on Wed 18 May 22 (b/o)

 


TJX first-quarter net sales rose over 13% to $11.41 billion, but missed analysts' average estimate of $11.59 billion, hurt by lower demand at its HomeGoods division.

Excluding items, TJX earned 68 cents per share in the quarter ended April 30, topping estimates of 60 cents.

The company reported a profit of $13.23 million in its international segment, compared to a loss of $221.6 million last year.

Costs across the retail industry have been surging through the pandemic due to supply-chain snarls, production issues and worker shortages, forcing companies from big-box players such as Walmart to off-price retailers such as TJX to protect margins by raising prices.

As inventory builds amid reduced consumer spending, TJX will be able to buy merchandise at steeper discounts, supporting its margins better than other retailers, CFRA analyst Zachary Warring said.