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US Back to School 2020: The Outlook for Retail amid Uncertainty and a Gloomy Economic Backdrop

Launching our US Back to School 2020 series, we outline our expectations for the season this year, which is being shaped by the coronavirus crisis. We discuss the core market drivers behind our estimates of consumer spending in the US—including consumer focus on health and safety, the impact of Covid-19 on discretionary retail, potential school and college reopening models and the economic backdrop.

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1Q20 US Earnings Season Wrap-Up: Reviewing the Covid-19 Impact

First-quarter 2020 retail earnings include the negative impact on sales caused by the coronavirus outbreak. We assess the recent performance of US retailers in terms of revenues, earnings per share and comps, considering consensus estimates and year-over-year changes. With retail sectors weathering the Covid-19 crisis in different ways, sales declines are now easing due to stores reopening post lockdown, but the pace of recovery will vary.

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US Apparel Retail: Post-Crisis Outlook

We explore the impacts of the coronavirus crisis on the apparel retail sector and present an outlook for the remainder of 2020 based on a three-phase V-shaped recovery. To analyze the sector, we look closely at select US retailers, including American Eagle Outfitters, Gap Inc. and Hanesbrands. We summarize our key estimates for 2020 in an infographic.

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4Q19 US Earnings Season Wrap-Up

Fourth-quarter 2019 retail earnings show that many companies across the retail industry saw strong growth. However, our coverage of the Coresight 100 reveals that the CPG and department-store sectors bucked this trend, with the latter continuing to struggle. Companies across the board have updated their guidance due to coronavirus disruption in the supply chain and demand in Asia, but we are yet to see updates based on the spread of the virus to the US, with the nation moving closer to lockdown.

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HanesBrands, Inc. (NYSE: HBI)

Founded in 1901, HanesBrands is a basic apparel company headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in the US. It is a manufacturer and marketer bras, underwear, activewear, socks, and shapewear under various brands such as Hanes, Champion, Playtex and Gear for Sports.

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Hanesbrands (NYSE: HBI) 4Q18 Results: Champion and International Segment Driving Results

Hanesbrands expects sales of $6.885-6.985 billion driven by a 6% increase in international sales. Growth drivers are Champion in Asia and Europe and increased innerwear sales in Asia, Australia and the Americas. U.S. innerwear sales are expected to decrease about 2% in 2019, down 4% in 1Q with an improving trend throughout the year. Adjusted operating profit of $955-985 million. Adjusted EPS of $1.72-1.80. Net cash from operations of $700-800 million. For 1Q19, guidance is sales of $1.52-1.55 billion, adjusted operating profit of $135-145 million and adjusted EPS of $0.24-0.26.

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HanesBrands (HBI) 2Q18 Results: Misses on Earnings, Target Will Not Renew Champion Activewear Deal

HanesBrands reported 2Q18 revenues of $1.72 billion, up 4.2% year over year and beating the $1.71 billion consensus estimate. Adjusted EPS of $0.45 was down from $0.53 in the year-ago quarter, slightly below the $0.46 consensus estimate and at the midpoint of the company’s $0.44–$0.46 guidance range.

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