Bed Bath & Beyond

NASDAQ: BBBY
$23.32
-$0.34 (-1.4%)
Closing price May 13, 2021
Bed Bath & Beyond and Beyond Meat were among companies that had more than 15% of their total shares shorted or borrowed anticipating a price drop.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Abbott Laboratories, Anheuser-Busch Inbev, Coinbase, CrowdStrike, General Motors, Hershey, Medtronic and UPS.
Bed Bath & Beyond reported its most recent quarterly results before the markets opened on Wednesday.
Three of the five largest U.S. banks will report first-quarter 2021 earnings before markets open Wednesday morning. We'll also hear from specialty retailer Bed, Bath & Beyond.
Bed Bath & Beyond is jumping full on into the digital and e-commerce trend with its new executive hires.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Allstate, Bed Bath & Beyond, Simon Property, Spirit Airlines, Twitter and Under Armour.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AMC Entertainment, Bed Bath & Beyond, Halliburton, Intuit, Moderna, Nikola, Phillips 66, Stitch Fix and Virgin Galactic.
The Thursday afternoon analyst calls were focused on Apple, Bed Bath & Beyond, Procter & Gamble, Snap, SiriusXM and more.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Bed Bath & Beyond, DoorDash, DraftKings, Kohl's, Mastercard, Texas Instruments, 3M, Ulta Beauty and Under Armour.
The Tuesday afternoon analyst calls were focused on Applied Materials, Apache, Bed Bath & Beyond, Palo Alto Networks, and more.
The Monday afternoon analyst calls were focused on Alphabet, Apple, Bed Bath & Beyond, Roku, Tesla and more.
Friday afternoon's analyst calls included Canadian Solar, JetBlue Airways, L Brands, Peloton Interactive and Tesla.
Bed Bath & Beyond reported its fiscal third quarter financial results before the markets opened on Thursday and investors were not happy.
Bed Bath & Beyond has announced that it will sell off some of its noncore assets ahead of the holiday shopping period.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apple, BioNTech, Intel, Microsoft, Nio, Oracle, Peloton Interactive, Salesforce.com and Williams-Sonoma.