During the period of 2015 -16, Target was in a serious decline. The stock price went from the $84 per share range in early 2015 to $64 by late 2016. As pointed out by Fortune magazine recently, Target was being outflanked by Walmart and others in the retail sector price wars, particularly in apparel, where most of its older brands no longer had enough appeal to draw customers away from cheaper rivals.
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Here is the link to the broadcast interview I did today with Neil Cavuto on Fox Business News regarding the growing antitrust efforts focused primarily on Google and Facebook.
Something unique happened last week. After many quarters of disappointment, Nordstrom actually beat the street’s estimate of earnings per share. Given this is the first piece of good news in quite a while, the stock price gained 10%, going from $26 to $28.50. On the other hand, that is still a far cry from the $65 per share level of a year ago.