|Bid||160.780 x 400|
|Ask||160.790 x 300|
|Day's Range||158.510 - 161.010|
|52 Week Range||142.110 - 183.180|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||27.91|
|Earnings Date||Dec 5, 2017 - Dec 11, 2017|
|Dividend & Yield||2.00 (1.26%)|
|1y Target Est||179.21|
Costco (COST) is higher Friday, helped in part by a bullish note from Oppenheimer. Analyst Brian Nagel and David Bellinger reiterated an Outperform rating and $185 price target on Costco, following a meeting with a senior management yesterday at the company's Washington headquarters. Nagel and Bellinger had five main takeaways from the meetings, which reinforced their bullish thesis on the shares and make them think that worries about the threats of ecommerce are overblown.
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While Amazon and Wal-Mart are grabbing most of the headlines in the grocery wars, Costco still offers the best pricing and an “unquestioned” value proposition, according to a new report from JP Morgan. JP Morgan analyst Christopher Horvers and his team compared prices in various supermarket categories among five major retailers and found that Costco prices, on a per-unit basis, are 30% cheaper than Wal-Mart, 14% less than Aldi, and a whopping 58% cheaper than Whole Foods.
Costco and Whole Foods share the least merchandise in common, JPMorgan found, while Costco and Wal-Mart see the most overlap in their SKUs.
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Costco Wholesale (COST:Nasdaq) By Cowen & Co. ($167.07, Oct. 6, 2017) We believe Costco Wholesale is well positioned to continue delivering double-digit earnings growth over the near-to-medium term driven by square-footage growth, membership revenue growth, and industry leading physical store traffic growth. Costco’s (COST) higher-income customer base (average household income of about $73,000) is faring better economically than low- to middle-income consumers, who continue to struggle with wage growth. Costco remains a proven executor with superior vertical integration and an impressive buying and merchant organization.
Normally when a company delivers quarterly earnings that beat expectations, investors reward it by bidding up the stock price. In the case of warehouse retail giant Costco Wholesale (COST), the fiscal fourth quarter earnings and revenue beat delivered Friday has been overshadowed by worries about gross margins and membership renewals and, of course Amazon.com’s (AMZN) recent Whole Foods acquisition.
After the market closed on October 5, Costco announced its fiscal 4Q17 results and September sales results. It posted revenues of $42.3 billion in 4Q17.