Tiffany & Co.

NYSE: TIF
$131.46
+$0.00 (+0.0%)
Closing price January 8, 2021
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A lukewarm earnings report and a 5% dividend boost lit a bit of a fire under Tiffany stock Tuesday morning. The company's outlook is weak for the second quarter but improving for the full year.
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Tiffany released disappointing fiscal fourth-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Friday.
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