Pier 1 Imports (PIR)
$3.56 0.00 (0.00%)
18:30 EST PIR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 293.61M
PE Ratio 25.43
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 3.56 - 3.56
52-Week Range 3.00 - 14.64
Dividend & Yield 0.07 (1.97%)
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Pier 1 (PIR) bankruptcy news is spreading following an official announcement from the company that it will be selling itself.
Pier 1 is in awful shape. And there are few signs of improvement, which makes PIR stock one to avoid for now.
If you’re tempted by the discount in PIR stock, just stop. This name is cheap for a reason and it’s not going to get any better.
Pier 1 is closing half its stores and trying to become an "omni-channel" retailer, but it's about 10 years too late. Sell PIR stock now.
Pier 1 doesn't have what it takes to be a winner, and the company's results will continue to deteriorate, so investors should avoid PIR stock.
Pier 1 is set to close half of their retail locations, which should lead to a surge of revenue for these six retail stocks to buy in 2020.
PIR stock is dead in the water. Although its cost-cutting initiatives may keep it afloat for some time, the underlying retailer can’t avoid the inevitable.
For Pier 1, everything that could be going wrong, is going wrong, and that means it's time to stay away from PIR stock.
TAG analyst Cristina Fernandez, according to CNBC, estimates that At Home (NYSE:HOME), Wayfair (NYSE:W), and TJX’s (NYSE:TJX) Home Goods’ business would experience a 100-basis-point gain in sales were Pier 1 to close all 942 of its stores. Target (NYSE:TGT) would also benefit but to a lesser extent. This is because so many of Pier 1’s stores are located close to these other retailers’ locations.
Pier 1 Imports (PIR) stores closing 2020 will leave loads of employees out of jobs as the company looks to shut down 450 locations.
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Pier 1 (PIR) earnings for the apparel retailer's second quarter of fiscal 2020 has PRI stock falling after hours Wednesday on harsh results.
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These six depressed retail stocks are likely headed to bankruptcy. Since they'll be joining the likes of Fred's and Toys "R" Us, these are stocks to sell now.
Pier 1 (PIR) reported its latest quarterly earnings results today, bringing in a loss that widened year-over-year, while sales fell sharply.
Plans for a Pier 1 reverse stock split that has the company consolidating 20 shares down into one share have PIR stock falling on Thursday.
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