On August 2 2023, CENTRAL GARDEN & PET ($NASDAQ:CENT) released its earnings results for the third quarter of FY2023, ending June 30 2023. Total revenue was USD 1023.3 million, representing a 0.8% increase from the same quarter in the preceding year. The company also reported a net income of USD 83.1 million, rising year-over-year by 10.2%.
CGP stock opened at $39.7 and closed at $40.2, a slight 0.3% increase from the prior closing price of $40.1. CGP attributed this growth to strong sales across all product categories, including pet supplies, garden products, and other merchandise. Overall, CGP’s third quarter results are an indication of the company’s continued success in delivering strong financial performance. Going forward, management remains confident that it will continue to build on these results over the remainder of the fiscal year. Live Quote…
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After analyzing CENTRAL GARDEN & PET’s financials, our Star Chart revealed that the company is strong in asset, profitability, medium in growth and weak in dividend. As a result, we classified CENTRAL GARDEN & PET as an ‘elephant’, an entity that is rich in assets after deducting off liabilities. Given CENTRAL GARDEN & PET’s high health score of 7/10, considering its cashflows and debt, it is capable to safely ride out any crisis without the risk of bankruptcy. Therefore, investors looking for a long-term stable investment with healthy returns, should highly consider investing in CENTRAL GARDEN & PET. Furthermore, investors interested in rapid growth and higher dividends should look elsewhere as CENTRAL GARDEN & PET lacks in these areas. More…
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CENTRAL GARDEN & PET recently reported their third quarter of FY2023 financial results, ending June 30 2023. Total revenue increased by 0.8% compared to the same quarter in the previous year, amounting to USD 1023.3 million. Net income grew by 10.2%, reaching USD 83.1 million. This solid performance suggests that investing in CENTRAL GARDEN & PET is a prudent decision for investors looking for both capital growth and dividend yield, given the company’s attractive financial metrics and ample opportunities for future growth.