Bed Bath & Beyond

NASDAQ: BBBY
$8.20
+$0.34 (+4.3%)
Closing price July 10, 2020
Bed Bath & Beyond shares were crushed on Thursday after the company reported disappointing first-quarter results.
24/7 Wall St. offers a preview of what to expect from some of the most anticipated quarterly results due this week.
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Bed Bath & Beyond stock soared after the retailer reported its fiscal fourth-quarter financial results.
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Bed Bath & Beyond has rolled out a new plan to improve its operating performance. But does it address the retailer's core problem?
Bed Bath & Beyond shares were crushed on Wednesday after the company announced its preliminary fourth-quarter results. Judging by the investor reaction alone, the results were not good at all.
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Bed Bath & Beyond reported disappointing quarterly results, but Merrill Lynch reiterated a Buy rating for the stock.
It is too late for Bed Bath & Beyond to turn around, despite plans to repair the company. These plans have not been released by its new chief executive officer.
Bed Bath & Beyond released its fiscal third-quarter financial results after the markets closed on Wednesday. The retailer said that it had a net loss of $0.38 per share in and $2.8 billion in...