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The quiet period has come to a close for Revolve Group Inc. (NYSE: RVLV) and analysts are starting to weigh in on the firm. Most analysts were fairly positive, with only one real detractor.
Revolve is self-described as the next-generation fashion retailer for Millennial and Generation Z consumers. It acts like a premium lifestyle brand and a go-to online source for discovery and inspiration. The firm has a sizable curated offering totaling over 45,000 apparel, footwear, accessories and beauty styles.Comfy Chic: How Scandinavian Design Gets it Right
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Overall, the analysts cited Revolve’s financial performance, influencer marketing strategy and opportunities to expand internationally as key differentiators and growth drivers.
In fact, the company listed some of its highlights from 2018:
Revolve had an average of 9.4 million unique visitors per month.
It delivered approximately 79% of net sales at full price.
The company retained 89% of net sales from the prior year’s customers.
Revolve also had $498.7 million in net sales, with a net income of $46.5 million.
Here’s what analysts had to say:
Merrill Lynch initiated the stock with a Neutral rating.
Jefferies started it with a Buy rating and a $69 price target.
Morgan Stanley initiated it with an Overweight rating and a $39 target.
Raymond James initiated it with at Outperform with a $40 price target.
Barclays started coverage at Equal Weight with a $32 price target.
Cowen started it with an Outperform rating and a $42 target price.
Guggenheim initiated it with a Buy rating and a $50 target price.
Shares of Revolve Group traded up over 8% at $35.56 on Tuesday, in a 52-week range of $25.11 to $48.36.
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After weeks during which Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) was the best performing Dow Jones industrials stock, its place has been taken by another famous company. Shares of Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) are up 39.22% to $183.69. The Dow is up 16.57% to 27,192.45.
Visa is among the top payment companies in the world. From the standpoint of employees, it is at the bottom end of the Dow with 17,000. The yield per employee is strong, however. Revenue last year was $20.6 billion. Net income was $10.3 billion.
One reason the stock has done so well is the earnings announced last week.
According to Barron’s:
Visa (ticker: V) on Tuesday reported June quarter earnings results above Wall Street expectations.
Visa posted adjusted earnings of $1.37 a share for its fiscal third quarter, versus the $1.32 analyst consensus. It generated $5.8 billion of revenue in the quarter, compared with the $5.7 billion average analyst estimate.
Visa had an excellent third quarter in terms of accelerating business growth while advancing our strategy through acquisitions, investments and partnerships,” CEO Al Kelly said in the earnings release.
The payments company expects net revenue growth in the “low double-digits” for the full 2019 fiscal year, roughly in-line with the Wall Street consensus.
Reuters editors wrote:
Visa Inc beat analysts’ estimates for quarterly earnings on Tuesday, as a robust economy encouraged customers to spend more and boosted fees for the world’s largest payment processor.
Visa Inc. on Tuesday reported stronger-than-expected financial results for the fiscal third quarter and raised its earnings outlook for the full year.
The company posted net income of $3.1 billion, or $1.37 a share, up from $2.8 billion, or $1 a share, a year earlier. Adjusted earnings per share climbed to $1.37 from $1.20 a year prior, while analysts surveyed by FactSet had been modeling $1.33.
Visa’s revenue grew to $5.8 billion for the quarter, up from $5.2 billion in the year-earlier period. The FactSet consensus called for $5.7 billion in quarterly revenue.
Consumer spending is in Visa’s favor. The recent announcement of U.S. gross domestic product was driven by consumer spending, by the way.
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