Gap Inc (GPS.N)

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The Gap, Inc. (Gap Inc.) is a global apparel retail company. The Company offers apparel, accessories, and personal care products for men, women and children under the Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Piperlime, Athleta, and Intermix brands. The Company’s portfolio of brands is distributed across multiple channels and geographies... (more)

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Beta: 1.22
Market Cap(Mil.): $15,924.73
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 419.73
Dividend: 0.23
Yield (%): 2.42

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UPDATE 1-Gap's profit falls 8 pct due to strong dollar, supply delays

May 21 - Apparel retailer Gap Inc reported an 8 percent fall in quarterly profit, hurt by a stronger dollar, supply delays in the United States and lower demand for its namesake brand.

22 May 2015

BRIEF-Gap Q1 earnings per share $0.56

* Q1 earnings per share $0.56; q1 net sales $3.66 billion versus. $3.77 billion last year

22 May 2015

Gap's profit falls 8 pct due to strong dollar, supply delays

May 21 - Apparel retailer Gap Inc reported an 8 percent fall in quarterly profit, hurt by a stronger dollar, supply delays in the United States and lower demand for its namesake brand.

22 May 2015

What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Thursday, May 21

New applications for unemployment insurance likely picked up last week, but remained at levels consistent with a labor market that is generally improving. Analysts expect the U.S. Labor Department to report that jobless claims rose to 271,000 last week from 264,000 the preceding week when they hit their lowest levels in nearly 15 years. (0830/1230) The National Association of Realtors releases data on sales of used homes in April. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters forecast existing home sales r

21 May 2015

REFILE-What to Watch in the Week Ahead and on Monday, May 18

A speech on Friday by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen headlines a week in which a handful of U.S. central bankers will dissect the latest string of weak economic data and offer views on when to raise rates. Speaking in Providence, RI, Yellen will address the economic outlook at 1300 ET (1700 GMT), when investors will be listening for any hint of a downgrade that could signal a later policy tightening. Minutes of the Fed's April meeting are published Wednesday, followed on Thursday by a New Yo

16 May 2015

DIARY-U.S. MEETINGS/WEEK AHEAD

Thomson Reuters May 15, 2015 - Corporate Meetings for US companies for Week ahead. S&P 500 Earnings - MONTH AHEAD Dividends Non S&P 500 - Weekly Federal Reserve events ConferenceCall/Webcast - Weekly Meetings - Weekly Xtra users can see more details on conference calls & webcasts by hovering your mouse over the RIC, right click, no click on Related Co Data, now click on Co Events. ** For

15 May 2015

DIARY-U.S. MEETINGS/WEEK AHEAD

Thomson Reuters May 15, 2015 - Corporate Meetings for US companies for Week ahead. S&P 500 Earnings - MONTH AHEAD Dividends Non S&P 500 - Weekly Federal Reserve events ConferenceCall/Webcast - Weekly Meetings - Weekly Xtra users can see more details on conference calls & webcasts by hovering your mouse over the RIC, right click, no click on Related Co Data, now click on Co Events. ** For

15 May 2015

Adidas emulates 'fast fashion' model to get back on trend

FUERTH, Germany - Battling new competition from fashion chains as well as traditional sportswear rivals, Adidas is eyeing the "fast fashion" model as a way of pepping up its three-striped ranges of tops, leggings and sneakers.

13 May 2015

UPDATE 1-Zalando more optimistic for 2015 after strong quarter

BERLIN, May 12 - Europe's largest dedicated online fashion retailer Zalando lifted its forecast for sales and profit growth for 2015 on Tuesday after an early start to the spring and less discounting drove a strong first quarter.

12 May 2015

Wage increases in focus ahead of retail earnings

- Labor expenses will be a key focus during retailers' earnings conference calls in the coming weeks, with many companies under pressure to boost workers' wages at a time when low U.S. unemployment levels have given workers more leverage.

09 May 2015

Earnings vs. Estimates

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