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Earnings Insights 1Q23, Week 5: Burlington, Deckers, Dick’s and Ulta Post Strong Results; Big Lots, Foot Locker, Kohl’s and Others See Sales Decline

Our weekly Earnings Insights reports present insights on the performance of major retailers within our Coresight 100 coverage list, featuring management commentary on first-quarter 2023 earnings. This week, we offer highlights from companies that reported in the week ended May 27, 2023, which include Big Lots, Deckers Outdoor and Dollar Tree, among others.

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America’s Biggest Furniture and Home-Furnishings Retailers: Assessing Performance and Strategy

We analyze America’s biggest furniture and home-furnishings retailers, providing financial metrics, positioning, target audiences, growth strategies and analyst commentary on their performance. Our coverage includes Wayfair, Bed Bath & Beyond, IKEA, TJX, Williams-Sonoma, Ashley Homestore, RH, Rooms to Go, La-Z-Boy and Sleep Number.

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Product TypeStore Tracker | Premium

US Store Tracker Extra, April 2022: US Retailers To Open More Than Three Times as Much Retail Space as They Close in 2022

The US Store Tracker Extra monthly series offers insight into retailers’ store closure and opening announcements. We include details on closures and openings as a percentage of total store base as well as square-footage impact. This report also offers a comparison between year-to-date announced closures and openings, as of April 29, 2022, versus the comparable period in 2021.

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3Q21 US Retail Inventory Tracker: Inventories Jump Despite Supply Chain Constraints

Our quarterly US Retail Inventory Tracker analyzes inventory trends among US retailers listed in the Coresight 100. In this report, we look at the inventory levels of various retailers in 3Q21 and assess how and why levels are changing. This quarter, many retailers posted higher two-year inventory turnover rates on a two-year basis.

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