Express

NYSE: EXPR
$5.28
+$0.19 (+3.7%)
Closing price September 22, 2021
Two retailers are reporting results before markets open Wednesday morning. Here's our look at what analysts expect.
Here's a quick look at selected company earnings reports that came out after U.S. markets closed Wednesday and before they opened again on Thursday.
There are several interesting earnings report coming this week. Here are four due out Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning.
After markets close Tuesday and before they open again Wednesday, four interesting earnings reports are due, including that from one the country's most actively traded consumer staples stocks.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Beyond Meat, Comcast, ConocoPhillips, Kohl's, Plug Power, 3M and SBA Communications.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Baker Hughes, Bristol Meyers, Chevron, Emerson, Halliburton, HCA, Intuitive Surgical, Medtronic, NXP Semiconductors and Phillips 66.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Acceleron Pharma, Advanced Micro Devices, Apple, eBay, Facebook, Hasbro, 3M, Peloton, Starbucks, Tesla and Xilinx.
Amid the pullbacks that retailers have experienced in and following this holiday season, there seems to be at least one retailer that made actual progress.
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Weatherford International, Express Inc., Spirit Realty Capital, and Tiffany all posted new 52-week lows Thursday.
Express released better than expected fiscal fourth-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Wednesday.
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Express Inc., Tegna Inc., Sibanye Gold, and Opko Health all posted new 52-week lows Thursday.
Express saw its shares hit an all-time low early on Thursday after the company reported its fiscal first-quarter financial results.