Chico's FAS, Inc.

NYSE: CHS
$2.34
-$0.04 (-1.7%)
Closing price March 5, 2021
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Private equity buyout offer for Chico's FAS was lowered and faces little chance of approval. Shareholders may be forced to suffer deep financial losses.
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Chico's FAS, Southwestern Energy, Teva, and Alexion all posted new 52-week lows Wednesday.
A total of 14 major retail chains have said that they will close at least 100 stores by the end of 2020. Most will reach that total by the end of 2017.
Retailing is a notoriously competitive business and retail winners and losers can switch positions in a relative heartbeat.