|Daily Range||$34.01 - $34.20|
|52-Week Range||$27.02 - $35.91|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (1.4%)|
|Average Daily Volume||46,873|
|Current FY EPS||$1.40|
News & Commentary
November sales at L Brands were a mixed bag, but the company looks well placed going into December.
L'Oreal will benefit from innovation, as will Estee Lauder and Revlon. However, L'Oreal's valuation is quite rich already. Investors could consider waiting for a price contraction before investing in the stock.
A new deal with cosmetic giant L'Oreal could mean a more diversified revenue base in the future.
This company could be a big winner down the road, but it’s going to be challenging, and safer investment options might exist.
It seems like there are always lots of stock activities and crises going on in Europe, leading to various investment questions.
US retailers who have not yet invested in the Chinese market will be surprised to discover they are already selling in the country, unofficially.
A stock that already had very little downside risk just became even more attractive.
Investors would still prefer to see more overhead cost cuts -- and soon.
Chinese consumers hold a different view on product value, often relating the quality of a product to its price.