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$AAPL {{ '2015-08-13T15:39:47+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

$AAPL 3Q15 10-Q: The Company sold 47.5MM iPhones during the quarter, representing 35% YoverY growth; sold 4.8MM Macs, representing 9% YoverY growth; and sold 10.9MM iPads, representing a 18% YoverY decline.

User Nora Foster {{ '2016-12-08T00:00:35+0000' | timeago}}

People who are looking for a steady growth stock should take a look at $EME. This stock has never had a significant downfall in the last five years. Comfortably beats consensus target most of the time. Such potential, much wow!

User Amelita Yates {{ '2016-12-07T22:59:16+0000' | timeago}}

Looks like Creative Planning jumped on the bandwagon! Increased its stake by 91% in $EWBC. A lot of companies recently raised their stack too. I smell something’s cooking.

User Joel Stalin {{ '2016-12-07T22:13:43+0000' | timeago}}

Hey $DIS, you are better off with Princess Cinderella and Prince Charming. Sports just ain’t your thing! Maybe it’s time you listened to investors about the ESPN separation!

User Josh Allan {{ '2016-12-07T22:07:10+0000' | timeago}}

Will the partnership deal between $AAPL and $HAWK, which enables Apple Pay to add gift cards and loyalty programs, help Apple Pay to add value to its customers?

User Rowan Watts {{ '2016-12-07T21:48:59+0000' | timeago}}

Heard that $BEAV acquisition by $COL has been called off. I thought this acquisition will have more prospects for Rockwell. So what’s the story between these two?

$COST {{ '2016-12-07T23:40:10+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$COST said that on the Scan and Go model of $AMZN, the company is not testing Scan and Go like things currently but is looking at it. The company added that it has done self checkout for a while and stopped it as the company was getting people through without self checkouts.

$COST {{ '2016-12-07T23:28:09+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

At 1Q17-end $COST's executive members stood at 17.7MM member household, up 348,000 sequentially. Core merchandising for the quarter was up 19% YoverY, while ancillary business slid 5% from a year ago. GM of core merchandising categories (food and sundries, hardline, softline and fresh foods) rose 17 BP YoverY, with softlines declining marginally.

$COST {{ '2016-12-07T23:15:47+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$COST saw deflation overall in the low to mid single digit in food and fresh meat categories in 1Q17. Membership fees was 6 BP as a percent of sales, up $37MM YoverY. The company also reported good renewal rate in terms of membership fees; 90.3% in US and Canada and 88% worldwide.

$LULU {{ '2016-12-07T23:10:55+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$LULU sees its men’s business growing around 25% of the total in penetration by 2020. This implies a faster growth pace for men’s. The company sees a lot of opportunity in this business. $LULU posted double digit comps in women’s pants in 3Q16. The company is seeing strong momentum in women’s pants into 4Q16.

$LULU {{ '2016-12-07T23:01:04+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$LULU said 3Q16 exceeded expectations in terms of gross margin recovery. The company is pleased to be on track for this level of gross margin recovery. $LULU believes that beyond the middle of 2017, it will see modest improvements and this connects to the broader 5-year goal of achieving a $4Bil business by 2020.