Dollar Tree (DLTR)
$90.94 0.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap 21.62B
PE Ratio 12.94
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 90.94 - 90.94
52-Week Range 60.20 - 119.71
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Dollar Tree earnings for the third quarter of 2018 sent DLTR stock on its way up Thursday with a solid earnings per share.
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Dollar Tree (DLTR) stock was falling on Thursday after releasing a disappointing earnings report for the first quarter of 2018.
A poor earnings report for DLTR creates the opportunity for investors to buy Dollar Tree stock at a low valuation.
Dollar Tree stock tumbled after a fairly strong earnings report, but don’t go contrarian until you consider the true, underlying cause for DLTR's fall. Rising consumer sentiment shows Americans are willing to spend more - and that's not good news for Dollar Tree, which depends on tight-fisted shoppers.
DLTR stock is now a growth stock trading at a reasonable price. Therefore, investors shouldn't write Dollar Tree off so easily.
Stocks finished mixed on Wednesday as overnight weakness spurred by the resignation of "globalist" economic advisor Gary Cohn fueled fears of further trade protectionism.
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Moody's Ratings upgrades Dollar Tree (DLTR +2.0%) to a Baa2 credit default rating after having it slotted at Baa3.The ratings agency also changed the outlook for Dollar Tree and Family Dollar Stores to Stable from Positive."Dollar Tree has demonstrated continued strong operating performance and cash flow generation despite the headwinds caused by the coronavirus pandemic with double digit comparable store sales growth at its Family Dollar stores", says Moody's Vice President Mickey Chadha."The upgrade reflects the consistent and sustained improvement in credit metrics through increased EBITDA generation and debt reduction and our expectation that metrics will remain strong with debt/EBITDA sustained below 3.0X," he adds.See how Dollar Tree's balance sheet stacked up at the end of Q2.
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