NEW YORK -- Aeropostale, Inc. (NYSE: ARO), a mall-based specialty retailer of casual and active apparel for young women and men, today announced a 3-for-2 stock split on all shares of its common stock, which will be effected in the …
Teen apparel retailer Aeropostale was delisted from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on the morning of April 22 after reports of the company planning to file for bankruptcy later this month led to a big drop in share prices. …
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With Aeropostale’s (NYSE:ARO) stock sliding to half its value over the last quarter, investors are eager to hear from Aeropostale’s management in the upcoming earnings release on August 18th. The stock plummeted by more than …
If you have an understanding of the mysterious business of figuring out what clothing teens wish to buy, and see value in the Aeropostale brand, this stock could eventually be a winning recovery play. Otherwise, you could be playing with …
The company closed 18 Aeropostale stores and one P.S. kids store in the quarter, and the CEO said on the conference call that the remaining 150 P.S. stores will also be closed. The company’s stock was dropped from Outperform to …
After shares of Aéropostale slid Thursday on bankruptcy fears, the company was delisted by the New York Stock Exchange early Friday. That came after news that the retailer could file for bankruptcy as early as this month. Trading …
It keeps things very interesting and fun. Over the past week, I’ve been leisurely reading about teen retailers in general (AEO, ARO, ANF, and others) as the market has done a number on their stock prices over the past few months. I’ve …
Aeropostale’s investors may be even more fickle than its customers. Shares of the mall-based teen retailer soared 15 percent Tuesday on news of a fresh financing deal — just one day after they’d dropped 24 percent on disappointing …