By Anil K. Ambastha and Kuldip K. Ambastha
Following its disappointing second-quarter earnings due to deep discounting amid rising inventory levels, concern about the potential impact of China tariffs in the future, and slashed earnings guidance for the rest of the year, shares of a retailer, Macy’s (M), dropped by 13.2% on August 14. Macy’s stock price has now dropped by 41.6% year-to-date as of the market close on Wednesday, August 14. Many other retailers’ stock prices also dropped on August 14 along with Macy’s.
Keywords – Second-quarter, Earnings, Discounting, Inventory, Retailer, China tariffs, Guidance.
Disclosure – The principals of Ambastha Financial LLC have a short option position in M.
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