Fly News Breaks for February 26, 2020
Feb 26, 2020 | 07:24 EDT
Raymond James analyst Matthew McClintock lowered his price target for Foot Locker to $50 from $65 ahead of the company's Q4 results on February 28, saying apparel "probably wasn't great" during the quarter and that the footwear product launch cadence did not excite overall. After a challenging 2019, McClintock tells investors in a research not that he believes 2020 offers a reasonable basis for the company to guide more in line with their long-term plan calling for a low-single digit comp sales growth and high-single digit EPS growth and says Foot Locker's risk/reward is largely slated to the upside.
News For FL From the Last 2 Days
Mar 1, 2021 | 08:15 EST
Baird analyst Jonathan Komp said the short term setup for Foot Locker looks attractive following disappointing Q4 results. The analyst said despite reduced near-term visibility due to store closures and inventory disruptions, he expects good underlying demand, stimulus, and diminishing impact from the current headwinds to support a positive inflection in the coming months. Komp maintained his Outperform rating and $60 price target on Foot Locker shares.