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Levi Strauss (LEVI) closed at $13.05 in the latest trading session, marking a -1.36% move from the prior day.
In the latest trading session, Levi Strauss (LEVI) closed at $13.56, marking a +0.97% move from the previous day.
Levi Strauss (LEVI) closed the most recent trading day at $13.13, moving +0.31% from the previous trading session.
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While Levi Strauss & Co. ( NYSE:LEVI ) might not be the most widely known stock at the moment, it saw significant share...
Levi Strauss (LEVI) closed at $13.38 in the latest trading session, marking a +0.22% move from the prior day.
Warren Buffett’s reputation as a legendary investor earned him swarms of fans looking for advice on how to become the next Buffett, but his value investing strategy isn’t too complicated. In an interview with Yahoo Finance’s Rachelle Akuffo, Jonathan Boyar, President of Boyar’s Intrinsic Value Research, said retail investors have an advantage over ‘The Oracle of Omaha.’ “Berkshire, because of its size, can’t buy small-cap stocks and that’s the cheapest area of the market,” said Boyar, “So individual investors have a big leg up on buffet in that regard as there are plenty of stocks selling at significantly below intrinsic." When asked for his top picks among the small-caps, Boyar says the following are attractive: 1. The Howard Hughes Corporation (HHC) 2. Levi Strauss & Co. (LEVI) 3. Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. (MSGE) Watch our full conversation with Jonathan Boyar here.
As the word 'recession' dominates the mind of consumers, retailers are fighting against the current to navigate cost-cutting. Denim-giant Levi Strauss (LEVI) is among them, and despite a hike in prices, the brand wasn't able to escape the rising cost in goods. Levi Strauss & Co. CEO Chip Bergh told Yahoo Finance Live, "We knew coming into this year that we were going to be navigating a very challenging year," adding that the U.S. market posed some of the "greatest challenges" for the brand. "In the first quarter, our U.S. wholesale business was very challenged," he says. Bergh explains that lower income consumers are making "very tough trade-offs with their monthly budgets," but reiterates that their core consumer base with higher budgets remains well intact. Yahoo Finance Executive Editor Brian Sozzi spoke to Chip Bergh about the impact of the economic slowdown, and focus on its top business at this year's Milken Conference. Key Video Moments: 00:00:06 - We expected a "very challenging year" 00:01:01 - U.S. seeing "greatest challenges" 00:01:18 - Low income consumers making "very tough trade-offs"
Levi Strauss & Co. CEO Chip Bergh joins Yahoo Finance Live’s Brian Sozzi at the Milken Institute’s 26th annual Global Conference in Beverly Hills, to discuss first-quarter earnings, the history of the company, pivoting the business away from being a bottoms business, and the outlook for profit growth.
Key Insights The projected fair value for Levi Strauss is US$19.17 based on 2 Stage Free Cash Flow to Equity Levi...
Based on the average brokerage recommendation (ABR), Levi Strauss (LEVI) should be added to one's portfolio. Wall Street analysts' overly optimistic recommendations cast doubt on the effectiveness of this highly sought-after metric. So, is the stock worth buying?
SAN FRANCISCO, April 20, 2023--Levi Strauss & Co. Appoints Kenny Mitchell as Chief Marketing Officer of the Levi’s® Brand
The U.S. consumer is giving off weird vibes.
Levi Strauss & Co. (LEVI) faced concerned investors on the back of its first quarter earnings report, with elevated inventory still being a struggle for the retailer. Levi Strauss & Co. CFO & Chief Growth Officer Harmit Singh joined Yahoo Finance Live to discuss what's to come for the company. "Our wholesale customers are tightening their 'open-to-buy' budget, however they have a lot of time and a lot of space for brands that work," he says. "Consumers who are in the U.S. who are earning less than $50,000; they're pressured," he adds, but reiterates that this category is a "small piece" of the retailer's business. "We went into the year thinking that it would be a tale of two halves; the first half being weaker...and the second half a lot stronger," he explains. "People are generally being cautious and that's reflective in our wholesale business," he adds. We'll get a pulse check on the consumer later this week, with March retail sales on tap Friday. You can watch Brad Smith, Julie Hyman and Brian Sozzi's full interview with Harmit Singh here. Key Video Moments: 00:00:14 - Customers tightening budget 00:01:15 - Tale of two halves 00:02:04 - People are being more cautious
Levi Strauss & Co. CFO Harmit Singh joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss company earnings, direct-to-consumer sales, rising inventory levels, and the outlook for Levi Strauss & Co.
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Levi Strauss (LEVI) is technically in oversold territory now, so the heavy selling pressure might have exhausted. This along with strong agreement among Wall Street analysts in raising earnings estimates could lead to a trend reversal for the stock.
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Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ: LULU) and Levi Strauss (NYSE: LEVI) both saw their stocks hit record highs during the bullish stampede toward growth stocks in 2021. The bulls believe Lululemon's dominance of the high-end yoga apparel and athleisure market, its robust digital sales, and customer loyalty to its brand, which it repeatedly reinforces with free yoga classes and community events, will continue to drive its long-term growth.
Yahoo Finance Live discusses the fall of Levi stock as the retailer reports a decrease in quarterly profit.
Yahoo Finance Live inspects Levi Strauss shares after the brand reported on its inventory levels.
Wall Street has been on edge recently, trying to figure out what the Federal Reserve is likely to do in light of new economic data and persistent inflation. Levi Strauss (NYSE: LEVI) announced quarterly earnings that left investors wondering what will come next for the apparel giant, while Super Micro Computer (NASDAQ: SMCI) had to deal with negative comments from Wall Street professionals who aren't entirely comfortable with the direction the company is taking. Levi Strauss shares were down 15% in early-afternoon trading on Thursday.
Shares of Levi Strauss (NYSE: LEVI) were moving lower today after the apparel company beat estimates in its first-quarter earnings report, but warned that margins would be compressed this year due to rising costs and a promotional sales environment. Overall revenue in the quarter rose 6%, or 9% in constant currency, to $1.69 billion, topping estimates at $1.62 billion, and followed 26% constant currency revenue growth in the quarter a year ago. Growth in the quarter was driven by 12% growth in the direct-to-consumer channel, which made up 42% of total revenue, and the company said it benefited from a $100 million shift from wholesale shipments going out in Q1 instead of Q2 after it implemented a new enterprise resource planning system.
Yahoo Finance Live anchors Jared Blikre and Brad Smith discuss the decline in stock for Levi Strauss following first-quarter earnings.