Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. (NYSE: DKS) stock rocketed higher by nearly 25 percent on Wednesday after the company's first-quarter earnings report revealed Dick's recently-imposed new gun restrictions didn't impact sales as much as …
Executives there braced for pain. Instead they got good news. Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) stock price surged by as much as 27% after it reported stronger than …
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US stock futures were in upbeat momentum Wednesday as traders ... In equities, shares of Dick's Sporting Goods ( DKS) were 18% higher pre-bell after the company reported Q1 financial results that topped analysts' estimates.
For these reasons, the stock is a strong pass. Source: Dicks Sporting Goods Store- Google Images Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) was once a formidable player in the retail space, providing consistent investor rewards through dividends, …
With the sporting goods competition dropping like flies, Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. (ticker: DKS) was unable to take advantage of the opportunity in the second quarter. On Tuesday, Dick's reported disappointing second-quarter earnings …
Being a contrarian is tough in this bull market. Take the retail sector for example. Just when you thought things were starting to turn around for depressed retailers, the big department stores came out with a slew of disappointing earnings …
DKS stock is up 40% since early November. Tax reform, burgeoning retail sales, an unusually cold winter, and analyst bullishness have all played into the rally. It looks like DKS did have a really good holiday season. This strength should …
Shares of Dick’s Sporting Goods DKS gained more than 5% during morning trading hours Wednesday after analysts from JPMorgan declared the company a “long-term survivor” in the struggling retail sector. On top of this bold declaration, …
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Sports retailers have had a tough week. As if Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) launching Prime Wardrobe on Tuesday wasn’t enough, rumors swirled Wednesday morning that Nike Inc (NYSE:NKE) was going to start selling its products …