KOHL’S CORPORATION ($NYSE:KSS) reported its second quarter FY2024 earnings results on July 31 2023, with total revenue of USD 3895.0 million, representing a decrease of 4.7% year-on-year. Net income was USD 58.0 million, a drop of 59.4% compared to the same period in the previous year.
The company’s stock opened at $26.3 and closed at $27.0, representing a 5.1% increase from the prior closing price of 25.7. The strong numbers reported by the company resulted in an overall positive reaction from the market. The company attributed this growth to its focus on digital initiatives such as online ordering and curbside pickup.
Overall, the second quarter FY2024 earnings report from KOHL’S CORPORATION was a positive one with strong revenue growth, net income growth, EPS growth, and comparable sales growth. The company’s continued focus on digital initiatives has enabled it to remain successful despite the challenging times brought on by the pandemic. Live Quote…
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GoodWhale recently conducted an analysis of KOHL’S CORPORATION‘s wellbeing. According to Star Chart, KOHL’S CORPORATION has an intermediate health score of 6/10 with regard to its cashflows and debt, indicating that it might be able to sustain future operations in times of crisis. We classified KOHL’S CORPORATION as a “cow” company, one that has the track record of paying out consistent and sustainable dividends. This makes KOHL’S CORPORATION an attractive option for investors interested in dividend-related investments. KOHL’S CORPORATION is strong in dividend, medium in asset, profitability, and weak in growth, indicating that investors might be looking for a steady income rather than a high return on their investments. Overall, KOHL’S CORPORATION is a good option for those looking to diversify their holdings and make a passive income. More…
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The company operates stores under the Kohl’s, Kohl’s Cares, and Kohl’s Cash names. As of February 3, 2018, Kohl’s operated 1,158 department stores in 49 states. The company also operated a website, Kohls.com, and a mobile app.
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Kohl’s Corporation reported a 4.7% decrease in total revenue for the second quarter of FY2024, with net income down 59.4% compared to the same period in the prior year. Despite the poor earnings, stock price moved up the same day, suggesting that the market is optimistic about Kohl’s long-term prospects. Investors should consider Kohl’s turnaround strategy and its competitive position in the retail industry when making their decision to buy or sell its stock. Overall, it appears that there is potential for long-term growth at Kohl’s Corporation if the company can successfully execute its plans.