L Brands, Inc.

NYSE: LB
$64.80
-$2.77 (-4.1%)
Closing price May 12, 2021
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L Brands shares rallied early Thursday after the company reported its most recent quarterly results late on Wednesday.
L Brands made something of a financial recovery last quarter. However, revenue from its iconic lingerie brand, Victoria's Secret, did not.
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Victoria's Secret parent L Brands has engineered a turnaround of sorts. As a consequence, it was the best performing S&P 500 stock in the third quarter.
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L Brands, owners of Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works, posted second-quarter earnings per share (EPS) of $0.25 and $2.32 billion in revenue. Analysts were expecting a net loss of $0.42 per...
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