Pier 1 Imports, Inc. (NYSE:PIR) is due to report earnings before the opening bell on September 15, 2011.
PIR trades an average of 2.2 million shares per day.
Pier 1 Imports, Inc. operates as an importer and specialty retailer of imported decorative home furnishings and gifts in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. It operates retail stores under the name of Pier 1 Imports. The company was founded in 1970 and is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas.
52-Week High: $12.75
52-Week Low: $7.37
Book Value: $3.64
Float Short: 7.41%
On average, analysts are expecting a drop of $-0.25 in earnings per share compared to last quarter's results of $0.67. The number to beat is $0.42 per share, based on the estimated mean earnings.
In the last month, the stock has increased in price 10.14%, with a one-year change of 43.21%. Comparing to the S&P 500 price changes, the price performances are 8.91% vs. the S&P 500 from a month ago, and year-to-date difference is 10.80% vs. the S&P 500 price change.
Revenue year-over-year has increased to $1.40 billion for 2011 vs. $1.29 billion for 2010. The bottom line has rising earnings year-over-year of $100.13 million for 2011 vs. $86.85 million for 2010. The company's earnings before income and taxes are rising, with an EBIT year-over-year of $103.75 million for 2011 vs. $-3.25 million for 2010.
Gross reported revenue compared to the mean estimate (rounded).
|Fiscal Quarter Ending Month-Year||Revenue Estimates||Actual||$ Difference||Difference %|
|Apr-11||$ 704.00 M||$ 761.02 M||$ 57.02 M||8.1%|
|Jan-11||$ 1.10 B||$ 1.10 B||$ 5.10 M||0.47%|
|Oct-10||$ 652.82 M||$ 681.73 M||$ 28.91 M||4.43%|
|Jul-10||$ 690.03 M||$ 668.76 M||$ -21.27 M||-3.08%|
|Apr-10||$ 612.98 M||$ 633.59 M||$ 20.61 M||3.36%|
Differences are rounded.
Some one-time items are often excluded in reported EPS.
Reported earnings per share compared to the mean estimate. Differences are rounded.
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