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Best Buy Co., Inc. (BBY)

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68.78+0.21 (+0.31%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
69.00 +0.22 (+0.32%)
After hours: 07:56PM EDT
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Previous Close68.57
Open67.69
Bid67.50 x 800
Ask69.00 x 800
Day's Range67.48 - 68.85
52 Week Range64.29 - 141.97
Volume1,946,661
Avg. Volume2,820,860
Market Cap15.485B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.52
PE Ratio (TTM)9.21
EPS (TTM)7.47
Earnings DateNov 21, 2022 - Nov 25, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield3.52 (5.12%)
Ex-Dividend DateSept 19, 2022
1y Target Est79.67
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    The total return for Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) investors has risen faster than earnings growth over the last five years

    If you buy and hold a stock for many years, you'd hope to be making a profit. Furthermore, you'd generally like to see...

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Macy's predicts another early start to holiday season shopping

    Macy's Inc expects another early start to holiday season shopping this year, a contrast to a prediction from Best Buy Co Inc that highlights the uncertainty among U.S. retailers in forecasting inflation-driven shopping behavior. Pandemic-induced disruptions to supply chains prompted consumers to start their holiday shopping as early as October in the last two years on fears that in-demand products would disappear from shelves by the traditional period around Thanksgiving in late November. Even with supply-chain problems showing signs of easing and shelves at stores adequately stocked, Macy's does not expect the trend to change this year.

  • Reuters

    Macy's predicts another early start to holiday season shopping

    (Reuters) -Macy's Inc expects another early start to holiday season shopping this year, a contrast to a prediction from Best Buy Co Inc that highlights the uncertainty among U.S. retailers in forecasting inflation-driven shopping behavior. Pandemic-induced disruptions to supply chains prompted consumers to start their holiday shopping as early as October in the last two years on fears that in-demand products would disappear from shelves by the traditional period around Thanksgiving in late November. Even with supply-chain problems showing signs of easing and shelves at stores adequately stocked, Macy's does not expect the trend to change this year.