The Biggest Consumer Goods Headlines for Tuesday, Oct. 15
Oct 15th 2013 3:35PM
Updated Oct 15th 2013 3:36PM
When there's big news breaking in the world of retail, you'd better believe that the Motley Fool's consumer goods team is on the job! In today's episode, consumer goods analysts Michael Finarelli and Sean O'Reilly join Mark Reeth to discuss the big news in the sector from the last few days.
First, they take on Potbelly , which dropped big-time on Monday after a Barron's article declared it was "grossly overvalued." Then it's on to Whirlpool , which also declined after an analyst stated that he believed the company would not be able to beat estimates this quarter due to weak North American shipments. Finally, shares of Expedia plummeted on Monday after an analyst downgraded the company from "buy" to "hold"; do Mike and Sean think that's the right call? Find out in the video below!
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