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    Kohl's Corp.

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    Last Updated: Mar 23, 2020 4:24 p.m. EDT Delayed quote

    $ 13.19

    0.10 0.76%
    After Hours Volume: 11.2K
    Retail/Wholesale 0.01%
    Close Chg Chg %
    $13.09 -2.76 -17.41% -2.76 -17.41%
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    Volume: 14.4M 65 Day Avg. - 4.2M
    Open: 15.60
    Close: 13.09
    12.85 Day Low/High 15.79
    Day Range
    12.85 52 Week Low/High 75.91

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    Key Data

    • Open $15.60
    • Day Range 12.85 - 15.79
    • 52 Week Range 12.85 - 75.91
    • Market Cap $2.46B
    • Shares Outstanding 155.25M
    • Public Float 153.79M
    • Beta 1.07
    • Rev. per Employee $156.81K
    • P/E Ratio 2.97
    • EPS $4.40
    • Yield 21.51%
    • Dividend $0.70
    • Ex-Dividend Date Mar 17, 2020
    • Short Interest 19.15M 02/28/20
    • % of Float Shorted 12.45%
    • Average Volume 4.25M

    Performance

    5 Day
    • -33.59%
    1 Month
    • -69.65%
    3 Month
    • -74.22%
    YTD
    • -74.31%
    1 Year
    • -80.95%

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    The Dow Is Recovering. Chuck Schumer Raised Hope for Stimulus Deal

    The three major U.S. stock market indexes are still in the red, but well off their lows for the day.

    Kohl's stock price target cut to $22 from $42 at J.P. Morgan

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    Coronavirus update: 284,566 cases, 11,868 deaths, New York and Illinois in lockdown

    Aggressive Dividend Cuts Among Retailers Are Likely. 2 7073彩票注册 to Watch.

    7073彩票注册Investors in retail stocks should brace for aggressive dividend cuts, according to Jefferies.

    Kohl's is closing more than 1,100 U.S. stores due to COVID-19

    7073彩票注册Kohl's Corp. is closing all of its more than 1,100 retail stores in the U.S. at 7 p.m. local time Thursday because of the coronavirus pandemic. The stores will be closed at least until April 1. "To demonstrate our support of the efforts underway to contain the spread of the coronavirus, we are closing all Kohl's stores through at least April 1. We will support store associates with two calendar weeks of pay," Michelle Gass, Kohl's chief executive, said in a press release. Customers will still be able to shop through the company's website Kohls.com and Kohl's app. Orders placed for in-store pickup cannot be rerouted for home delivery. "We look forward to reopening our stores soon to serve families across the country," Gass said. Kohl's has stores in 49 states.

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    These 64 stocks in the S&P 500 fell at least 20% on Monday as the coronavirus panic intensified

    Kohl's to offer Land's End assortment starting fall 2020

    7073彩票注册Kohl's Corp. said Monday that it will offer Land's End Inc.'s assortment of men's, women's and children's items as well as home goods on the retailer's e-commerce site starting fall 2020. Seasonal items will be available in 150 stores at that time. Merchandise sold online will be fulfilled and shipped by Land's End. Previously, Land's End merchandise was available at Sears stores. Kohl's stock has plummeted 63.5% over the last year. Land's End stock is down 65.3%. And the S&P 500 index has fallen 4% for the period.

    FedEx, General Mills, Lennar, and Other 7073彩票注册 to Watch This Week

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    Coronavirus update: 147,838 cases, 5,539 deaths, the reality of COVID-19 hits home for Americans

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    Kohl's sees 'softening' in certain categories due to coronavirus, postpones investor day

    Kohl's Corp. said in a filing posted on Friday that it has experienced "softening" in categories most affected by coronavirus. The retailer did not specify which categories those were. However, digital demand has not seen an impact, according to the company. Kohl's Chief Executive Michelle Gass posted a message about the company's response to the outbreak, including enhanced cleaning protocols for stores and asking anyone with work-from-home capabilities to do so if they feel sick. Kohl's has also postponed its investor event, which was scheduled for March 16. The company previously announced that the event would be done via webcast. Still, Kohl's says out of concern for the well-being of its workers and daily operation of the company, the event will take place at a later date. Kohl's is in the midst of a business turnaround that includes the elimination of eight of its women's brands. Kohl's stock is up 5.2% in Friday premarket trading, but down 66.5% over the past year. The S&P 500 index has fallen 11.8% for the period.

    The Dow Plunges 1,923 Points. Cruise Lines, Apparel, and Oil Refiners Are Dropping.

    7073彩票注册The three major U.S. stock market indexes plunged, triggering a 15-minute trading halt, after President Donald Trump’s Oval Office speech Wednesday evening failed to calm fears about the coronavirus and its economic effects.

    General Dynamics, Ross Stores, and Kohl’s Announce Dividend Increases

    7073彩票注册The stock market was volatile amid deepening worries about coronavirus but at least three larger companies proceeded as normal by announcing they will boost their dividends.

    Kohl's will discontinue eight women's brands in effort to revive apparel business

    Kohl's Corp. plans to exit eight women's brands in the coming year, part of an effort to revive its struggling women's apparel business. Chief Executive Michelle Gass also said the women's department has a new leadership lineup following a restructuring that was announced last month. On Tuesday, Kohl's announced fourth-quarter earnings and sales that beat expectations and raised its dividend. The retailer will host its investor day on March 16, at which time it will provide more detail about which brands will be nixed and the repositioning of the brand portfolio. Some analysts think Target Corp. has taken share in this category that Kohl's has given up. Research groups maintained their cautious stance, with CFRA maintaining its sell rating and cutting its price target to $35 from $45 based on "weakening fundamentals, deteriorating competitive position, and lack of bold and differentiated blueprint for growth," among other factors. Wedbush also cut its price target to $35 from $45 but maintained its neutral stock rating. Analysts there say Kohl's women's and digital business is benefiting from the retailer's partnership with Amazon.com Inc. in which Kohl's will accept Amazon returns at its stores. Kohl's said on the earnings call that this partnership drove traffic, with new and younger customers coming through the doors, and positive comp sales during the quarter. Kohl's stock is down 3.2% in Wednesday trading, and down 45.5% over the last year. The S&P 500 index has gained 11% over the past 12 months.

    Retail 7073彩票注册 Are Having a Bad Day. Coronavirus Is Just the Newest Problem.

    7073彩票注册f you don’t sell the sorts of items that consumers are stocking up on to prepare for the further spread of coronavirus, now is a tough time to be a retailer.

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    Dow ends nearly 3% lower and 10-year bond falls below 1% as Fed delivers emergency interest-rate cut

    Kohl's stock price target cut to $35 from $45 at CFRA

    Kohl’s Had a Dismal Holiday 7073彩票注册ping Season. Why the Stock Is Rising.

    The retailer’s quarterly results came in better than expected.

    Kohl's shares soar after earnings and sales beat, dividend raised

    7073彩票注册Kohl's Corp. shares soared 9.5% in Tuesday premarket trading after the retailer reported fourth-quarter earnings and sales that beat expectations and the retailer raised its dividend. Net income totaled $265 million, or $1.72 per share, down from $272 million, or $1.67 per share, last year. Adjusted EPS was $1.99 per share, down from $2.24 per share last year but well ahead of the FactSet consensus for $1.88. Revenue totaled $6.83 billion up from $6.82 billion and well ahead of the FactSet outlook for $6.52 billion. Comparable sales were flat, beating the 0.1% decline that FactSet forecast. Kohl's raised its dividend 5% to $0.704 per share payable April 1, 2020 to shareholders of record at the close of business on March 18, 2020. For 2020, the company expects EPS of $4.20 to $4.60, and comparable sales from down 1% to up 1%. FactSet is forecasting EPS of $4.58 and a comparable sales decline of 1.3%. Kohl's stock has fallen 43.6% over the past year while the S&P 500 index has gained 10.2% for the period.

    Kohl's shares slide 2% premarket

    American shoppers reined in their spending last month and factory production was broadly flat, signs the economy began to strain as the threat from the new coronavirus started to take hold.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Malls in dense, urban locations have generally been more profitable because foot traffic is typically stronger. But with the coronavirus spreading at a faster rate in metropolitan areas, many are poised to take a big hit.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册 have kept climbing to records with relatively few prolonged interruptions—that is, up until just a few weeks ago. The emergence of coronavirus has disrupted everyday life from China to Italy, sent Treasury yields tumbling to record lows and thrown a wrench in Wall Street’s attempts to forecast how the rest of the year will unfold.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    The weakest U.S. retailers face the biggest risks from the coronavirus epidemic if Chinese factories overseas remain understaffed and customers at home stay away from stores.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Target, Kohl’s and other retailers that posted lackluster holiday results must now grapple with the epidemic, which could help or hurt their sales in the months ahead.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Kohl’s, Target, Thermo Fisher, Honeywell and Apple are among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Tuesday’s session

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册The e-commerce giant rolled out its checkout-free “Go” technology in a large grocery store and plans to license the cashierless system to other retailers.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册The department-store operator is cutting back in an admission that a fifth of its locations cannot thrive as shoppers buy more online and make fewer trips to malls.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册The retail giant’s shares fell 8 cents short of closing at the milestone valuation after crossing that threshold in earlier trading, showing how the company that once famously ignored profits now delivers them consistently.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Amazon’s fourth-quarter sales blew past a previous record as robust holiday sales and profit from cloud and advertising businesses helped offset growing shipping costs for its one-day Prime program.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Secured creditors are recovering all or most of their investments when retailers file for bankruptcy protection, even as nearly half these companies don’t survive with a physical presence, according to Fitch Ratings research.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Holiday sales were sluggish at the big-box retailer, raising questions about the strength of its turnaround plans and the health of the U.S. consumer.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Consumers spent at a steady clip at the end of the holiday season, a sign they have continued bolstering U.S. growth.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Today’s Top Supply Chain & Logistics News from WSJ,

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册A strong U.S. economy and robust consumer spending weren’t enough to boost holiday sales at J.C. Penney, Kohl’s and Victoria’s Secret parent L Brands, which all reported lower sales in November and December.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose more than 200 points, notching a fresh record and finishing just below 29000, as signs of geopolitical calm pulled investors back into highflying stocks.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    A strong U.S. economy and robust consumer spending wasn’t enough to boost holiday sales at J.C. Penney, Kohl’s and Victoria’s Secret parent L Brands, which all reported lower sales in November and December.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Kohl’s, L Brands, Bed Bath & Beyond, Uber and Macy’s are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Thursday’s session.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Macy’s plans to close nearly 30 stores and said its sales fell during the holiday months, but the sales decline wasn’t as sharp as investors had feared amid mounting competition and a shift to online shopping.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    on The Wall Street Journal

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    7073彩票注册Here are notable companies that have cut dividends or share buybacks or that have announced an evaluation of their capital allocation plans.

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    Kohl's closes stores, suspends buybacks

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    Kohl's Isn't A Value Trap

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    American shoppers reined in their spending last month and factory production was broadly flat, signs the economy began to strain as the threat from the new coronavirus started to take hold.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Malls in dense, urban locations have generally been more profitable because foot traffic is typically stronger. But with the coronavirus spreading at a faster rate in metropolitan areas, many are poised to take a big hit.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Dividend Challenger Highlights: Week Of March 15

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    Kohl's +7% after posting business update

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    7073彩票注册Good News: 45 Equities Boosted Dividends Despite Price Plunges March 9

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    7073彩票注册Department stores could see widespread closings

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    Credit Suisse sees Ulta Beauty outperforming other softlines

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    7073彩票注册Dividend Challenger Highlights: Week Of March 8

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    7073彩票注册 have kept climbing to records with relatively few prolonged interruptions—that is, up until just a few weeks ago. The emergence of coronavirus has disrupted everyday life from China to Italy, sent Treasury yields tumbling to record lows and thrown a wrench in Wall Street’s attempts to forecast how the rest of the year will unfold.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Yesterday, a Director at Kohl’s (KSS), Peter Boneparth, bought shares of KSS for $354K. Following this transaction Peter Boneparth’s holding in the company ...[...]

    on SmarterAnalyst

    The weakest U.S. retailers face the biggest risks from the coronavirus epidemic if Chinese factories overseas remain understaffed and customers at home stay away from stores.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Kohl's: A Classic Value Trap

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    S&P 500 Movers: M, HAS

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    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    Should Investors Consider Buying Walmart Stock?

    Should Investors Consider Buying Walmart Stock?

    on Market Realist

    Kohl’s Provides Business Update Related to COVID-19

    7073彩票注册Kohl’s Provides Business Update Related to COVID-19

    on BusinessWire - BZX

    Kohl’s and Lands’ End Announce New Partnership

    Kohl’s and Lands’ End Announce New Partnership

    on BusinessWire - BZX

    Nordstrom Faces Rating Downgrade after Q4 Earnings

    Nordstrom Faces Rating Downgrade after Q4 Earnings

    on Market Realist

    Kohl's Hikes Dividend, Exceeds Q4 Earnings Estimates

    7073彩票注册Kohl's Hikes Dividend, Exceeds Q4 Earnings Estimates

    on Market Realist

    Kohl's Releases Q4, FY Results

    Kohl's Releases Q4, FY Results

    on Baystreet.ca

    Thinking about buying stock in Kohl's, Plug Power, Ritter Pharmaceuticals, AT&T, or Wells Fargo?

    7073彩票注册Thinking about buying stock in Kohl's, Plug Power, Ritter Pharmaceuticals, AT&T, or Wells Fargo?

    on PR Newswire - PRF

    Retail Snapshot – Can This Week Make a Difference?

    Retail Snapshot – Can This Week Make a Difference?

    on IAM Newswire

    Kohl's Corporation Reports Financial Results

    Kohl's Corporation Reports Financial Results

    on BusinessWire - BZX

    Kohl's $KSS Trading Report

    Kohl's $KSS Trading Report

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    Kohl’s Named as One of the 2020 World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere

    7073彩票注册Kohl’s Named as One of the 2020 World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere

    on BusinessWire - BZX

    Macy’s Will Close 125 Stores amid Online 7073彩票注册ping Demand

    Macy’s Will Close 125 Stores amid Online 7073彩票注册ping Demand

    on Market Realist

    Walmart Gains as Q4 Numbers Disappoint

    7073彩票注册Walmart Gains as Q4 Numbers Disappoint

    on Baystreet.ca

    Kohl’s Donates $2 Million to the American Cancer Society for Wisconsin Families

    7073彩票注册Kohl’s Donates $2 Million to the American Cancer Society for Wisconsin Families

    on BusinessWire - BZX

    Hanley Investment Group Completes Sale of New Grocery-Anchored 7073彩票注册ping Center in Inland Southern California Totaling $33 Million

    7073彩票注册Hanley Investment Group Completes Sale of New Grocery-Anchored 7073彩票注册ping Center in Inland Southern California Totaling $33 Million

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    Harness Blazes Past 400% ARR Growth Fueled by Market Demand for Continuous Delivery

    Harness Blazes Past 400% ARR Growth Fueled by Market Demand for Continuous Delivery

    on PR Newswire - PRF

    Kohl's $KSS Trading Report

    Kohl's $KSS Trading Report

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    Automotive Heated Steering Market 2020 Strategic Assessments - Nissan, Kohl's, BMW

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    Yael Cosset Appointed to Kohl’s Corporation Board of Directors

    7073彩票注册Yael Cosset Appointed to Kohl’s Corporation Board of Directors

    on BusinessWire - BZX

    Kohl's Corp.

    Kohl's Corp. owns and operates family-oriented department stores. It offers apparel, footwear and accessories for women, men and children; soft home products, such as sheets and pillows and house wares targeted to middle-income customers. Its stores generally carry a consistent merchandise assortment with some differences attributable to regional preferences. The company was founded in 1962 and is headquartered in Menomonee Falls, WI. (See Full Profile)

    Analyst Ratings

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    Number of Ratings 19 Full Ratings

    Competitors

    Name Chg % Market Cap
    Dillard's Inc. -15.15% $1.04B
    Macy's Inc. -20.10% $1.86B
    Sears Holdings Corp. 0.00% $57.53M
    Nordstrom Inc. -12.60% $2.78B
    J.C. Penney Co. Inc. -10.98% $143.97M
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