Nordstrom, Inc.

NYSE: JWN
$15.74
+$0.45 (+2.9%)
Real time price as of July 10, 2020 3:57 pm EDT
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Nordstrom released disappointing fiscal fourth-quarter financial results after markets closed Thursday.
Wall Street did not like Nordstrom's results. It also should not like its insistence that physical stores are the wave of the future.
Nordstrom is scheduled to release its most recent quarterly results after the markets close on Tuesday, and results are expected to be similar to the year-ago period.
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Nordstrom released fiscal third-quarter financial results and full-year guidance after markets closed Thursday.
Nordstrom is scheduled to release its most recent quarterly results after the closing bell on Thursday, and expectations are low.