Kroger Co (KR)
$24.43 0.08 (0.33%)
18:30 EDT KR Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $24.43
Market Cap 19.46B
PE Ratio 5.90
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.08M
Day's Range 24.33 - 24.63
52-Week Range 20.70 - 31.98
Dividend & Yield 0.99 (4.03%)
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Kroger stock plunged following fourth-quarter results that came up short of expectations, but there's still some hope on the horizon.
The Kroger earnings preview suggests that the chain's profit will fall year-over-year, while comps are expected to grow 1.8% for the quarter.
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