(HD) Hurricane Sandy may cut November SSS by up to 3%, Bloomberg says Hurricane Sandy, while benefitting some supermarkets and home-improvement retailers like Home Depot (HD), may cut same-store-sales for November by up to 3%, according to a Bloomberg report that cites Citigroup (C) analyst Oliver Chen. Chen said that American Eagle (AEO), Limited Brands (LTD), and Urban
Outfirres (URBN), are among companies that have the highest percentage of stores in the area directly affected by Sandy.
(TUMI) Tumi beats by $0.03, beats on revs; raises FY12 guidance
(AMTD) TD Ameritrade Tops Q4 Estimates, Sets 2013 Guidance in Range that Straddles Street View
(MSTR) MicroStrategy reports Q3 EPS 43c, consensus 84c - Reports Q3 revenue $143.2M, consensus $150.07M.
(HLF) Herbalife beats by $0.03, beats on revs; guides Q4 EPS above consensus; guides FY13 EPS in-line (Stock Price: 50.60 Change: +0.65)
(PMCS) PMC-Sierra Beats on Q3 Earnings, Shy on Revenue
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