|Daily Range||$7.41 - $7.45|
|52-Week Range||$6.98 - $8.74|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (2.1%)|
|Average Daily Volume||61,253|
|Current FY EPS||$0.31|
Getting rid of a popular line of clothes could be a decision it comes to regret.
The department store chain has made quick work of recovering its financial balance by sticking to the basics, but it may be about to go off the rails once more.
According to a new report, the apparel industry led all other industries in terms of global brand value growth in 2014. But with well over 25,000 retail locations in the U.S., choosing where to shop is not always easy. That is what makes the No. 1 ranking in global brand value for this apparel company so impressive.
After observing its competitors' luck with operating outlet stores, Express has chosen to try its luck at the business.
With the first quarter of 2014 complete, will L Brands, American Eagle Outfitters, and Williams-Sonoma see improving revenue numbers during the rest of 2014?
Just as the teen retailer is ready to jump headfirst into cheap, trendy clothes, it's already being left behind.
One of the largest apparel retailers in the world is making a big bet on China.
With lagging sales, Abercrombie is re-branding Hollister to tap into the success achieved by its fast-fashion competitors.
Operating in a competitive retail environment that includes companies like The Gap while it tries not to become another victim of Amazon.com, Abercrombie & Fitch has made several changes to attract customers. In doing so, however, has Abercrombie & Fitch lost its identity?
Sales are down for American Eagle, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Aeropostale, the nation's top teenage apparel companies. What's even worse is that these double-digit sales declines appear to have happened overnight.