Home Depot reported 2Q19 EPS of $3.17, up 3.7% and beating the consensus estimate of $3.09. Revenues were $30.8 billion, up 1.2% and marginally below the $31.0 billion consensus estimate.
Nordstrom (NYSE: JWN) 2Q19 Results: Company Misses Expectations Due to Softer Sales, Lowers Sales Guidance
Nordstrom reported 2Q19 revenues of $3.87 billion, down 5.1% year over year and below the consensus estimate of $3.92 billion. The company’s earnings per share (EPS) declined 5.3% year over year.
Target reported 2Q19 revenues of $18.42 billion, up 3.6% and beating the $18.29 billion consensus estimate. Adjusted EPS was $1.82, beating the $1.62 consensus.
Urban Outfitters (NYSE: URBN) 2Q19 Results: Sales and Comps Below Expectations Due to Softer Women’s Apparel Assortment
Urban Outfitters reported fiscal 2Q19 revenues of $962.3M, lower than the consensus estimate of $980.6M and down 3% year over year. The company reported 2Q19 EPS of $0.61, above the consensus estimate of $0.58 and down 27.4% from the year ago period.
Estée Lauder (NYSE: EL) 4Q19 Results: Asia Pacific Markets Grow Double Digits; Raises Sales and EPS Guidance for Full Year
Estée Lauder reported 4Q19 revenues of $3.6B, up 9% YoY compared to $3.3B in the prior-year period. Adjusted, non-GAAP (EPS) were $0.68, compared to $0.61 in the year ago quarter, up 12%.
TJX Cos. reported fiscal 2Q19 revenues of $9.8 billion, up 4.8% year over year and lower than the consensus estimate of $9.9 billion. Earnings per share (EPS) grew 6.9% year over year to $0.62.
Kohl’s (NYSE: KSS) 2Q19 Results: Revenues and Comps Down, Introducing Emerging Brands Platform with Facebook
Kohl’s reported 2Q19 revenues of $4.43B, beating consensus of $4.31B, and down 3.1% YoY. The company reported adjusted 2Q19 EPS of $1.55, higher than consensus of $1.53.
Vipshop (NYSE: VIPS) 2Q19 Results: Revenue and EPS Beat Consensus Thanks to Strong Apparel Sales and More Active Customers
Vipshop 2Q19 revenues were up 9.7% to ¥22.7 billion, primarily driven by more active customers and a focus on the fast-growing high-margin apparel sector.
Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) 1Q20 Results: EPS Beats Estimates, Strong Revenue Growth Driven by China Marketplaces and Cloud Segment
Alibaba 1Q20 revenue of ¥114.9 billion misses consensus, but the company remains confident China’s growing middle class will support growth.
JCPenney (NYSE: JCP) 2Q19 Results: Revenues Down, Improves Inventory Position, Launches Partnership with ThredUp in 30 Stores
JCPenney reported fiscal 2Q19 net sales of $2.51B, lower than the consensus estimate of $2.64B, and down 9.2% YoY. Comparable sales decreased 9.0% compared to the consensus estimate of down 5.1%.
Tapestry (NYSE: TPR) 4Q19 Results: Coach and Stuart Weitzman Drive Results as Kate Spade Disappoints but Offers Upside
Tapestry is focused on protecting Kate Spade brand in promotional outlet channel and increasing product differentiation and distinctive newness to drive conversion.
Walmart reported fiscal 2Q20 revenues of $130.38 billion, up 1.8% year over year and beating the $130.10 billion consensus estimate
Nvidia reported 2Q20 results that beast consensus estimates. Automotive was the fastest-growing segment, growing 30%, and the company announced AI products for language and vehicles.
JD.com reported 2Q19 revenue of ¥150.3 billion ($21.9 billion), up 22.9% year over year and beating the consensus estimate of ¥147.4 billion.
Macy’s fiscal 2Q19 revenues were $5.55B, down 0.5% YoY, even with the consensus estimate. The company reported 2Q19 adjusted EPS of $0.28, down 47.2% from a year ago. Macy’s lowered EPS guidance.