Stifel Cuts Price Target on Express (EXPR) to $15 Following 2Q EPS Miss
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Stifel maintained a Buy rating on Express Inc. (NYSE: EXPR), and cut the price target to $15.00 (from $18.00), following the company's 2Q earnings report.
Analyst "Express reported 2Q EPS of $0.13, $0.04 below consensus and $0.02 below the low end of management’s guidance. EPS decreased 48% vs. $0.25 LY. Results were below expectation as weak store traffic and a lack of clarity across the merchandise assortment held back results and required increased markdowns to clear."
Shares of Express Inc. closed at $16.03 yesterday.
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