Albany Local Business
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Saturday May 28 | via The Madison Press
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Friday May 27 | via TheStreet.com
Shares of Abercrombie & Fitch are down by 2.46% to $20.63 in pre-market trading on Friday, as BMO Capital Markets decreased its price target on the stock to $20 from $26 and maintained its "market perform" rating. Yesterday, the New Albany, OH-based specialty retailer reported weak 2016 first quarter results, leading shares of its stock to retreat and the firm to adjust its price target. Comment?
Thursday May 26 | via TheStreet.com
Abercrombie & Fitch stock is retreating 16.35% to $20.98 on heavy trading volume Thursday afternoon after the teen apparel retailer delivered a wider-than-expected loss and disappointing revenue for the fiscal 2016 first quarter. Before today's market open, the New Albany, OH-based company reported a GAAP net loss of 59 cents per share for the quarter ended April 30, missing estimates that called for a loss of 51 cents per share. Comment?
Thursday May 26 | via The Gazette
Abercrombie & Fitch shares slid in premarket trading after the teen clothing retailer's disappointing first quarter, when fewer people shopped in its stores. Teen retailers like Abercrombie became popular for their logo shirts and trendy jeans, but since the Great Recession they've been losing favor with their core demographic. Comment?
Thursday May 26 | via Bloomberg
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. plunged as much as 14 percent in early trading after first-quarter sales trailed analysts' estimates, hurt by dwindling traffic abroad and reduced tourist spending in the U.S. Sales fell 3.4 percent to $685.5 million in the quarter through April 30, the company said Thursday in a statement. Comment?
Thursday May 26 | via MarketWatch
Abercrombie & Fitch Co.' s turnaround efforts were derailed last quarter, as fewer shoppers visited its stores and the teen retailer tried to hold the line on discounts. Comment?
Monday May 16 | via The Delaware Gazette
NEW ALBANY, Ohio - A central Ohio high school has reversed course on a decision to suspend a student chapter of Amnesty International and is allowing students to create a chapter of the human rights organization.Ellie Henze, 17, told The Columbus Dispatch she received an email from New Albany High School Principal Dwight Carter indicating that she ... (more) Comment?
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