Wednesday, May 24 2017 - 9:30pm
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Paul Sankey with Wolfe Research asks about Guyana and if the company could be producing within a couple of years, around 2018. $XOM said that what it has been laying out in the permitting activity is probably early into the next decade at this point. There is lot to consider to make sure that $XOM is maximizing the value for the resource owners.
With regards to the credit portfolio outsourcing, $SIG expects the transaction to add to EPS in the first full year of operations based on repurchases at current share prices. One-time transaction costs are estimated to be $35-45MM, which are expected to be largely realized in FY18.
During 1Q17, $ANF’s comparable sales were down 3% for the US and down 2% in international markets. Comparable sales were up 3% for the Hollister brand and down 10% for the Abercrombie brand. Hollister delivered positive comp sales in both US and international markets. $ANF’s gross margin for 1Q17 was 60.3%.
$SIG expects no material impact from the first phase of the outsourcing of credit portfolio to net sales. The outsourcing structure is expected to reduce SG&A expense by 2-3% on annualized basis. In the first phase, the transaction is expected to create savings. The company expects a minimal decline on its EBIT.