Dollar Tree (DLTR)
$93.59 1.04 (1.12%)
19:59 EST DLTR Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $93.59
Market Cap 22.25B
PE Ratio 13.31
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.75M
Day's Range 91.92 - 93.92
52-Week Range 82.21 - 119.71
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Third quarter earnings season was kind to the market as a whole — but was cruel for these three stocks.
DLTR stock fell more than 20% over the past few trading sessions. From a price action perspective in the near term the stock is now getting markedly oversold and ripe for a tradeable bounce.
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Dollar Tree (DLTR) earnings for the retailer's third quarter of 2019 have DLTR stock taking a beating Tuesday on an EPS miss.
Dollar Tree stock is jumping ahead of earnings, causing investors both long and short to take pause ahead of the quarterly print.
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These six retail stocks showed unusual and surprising strength in a first-quarter earnings season that was broadly unkind to retailers.
Veeva, Apple, Dollar Tree and Dollar General are our top stocks to watch for Friday. See what we're watching with these big movers.
Dollar Tree earnings for the first quarter of 2019 have DLTR stock on its way up Thursday, despite it lowering its 2019 guidance.
Dollar Tree, Johnson & Johnson and Lowe's are just some of the top stocks to buy after a pullback, given their history of bouncebacks.
Dollar Tree has room for improvement but investors have priced at least some of that improvement into DLTR stock.
Not all stocks are lifted by a rising tide, especially these blue-chip stocks that look like they're in for some trouble.
These trade war stocks receive little attention, but they appear well-positioned to benefit stockholders once the trade war ends.
The stock charts of DLTR, TSN and ORCL are set to end the week at key pivot points. Here are the levels to watch.
There are plans for Family Dollar stores closing in 2019 that will have close to 400 locations shutting down and another 200 rebranding.
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