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Bed Bath & Beyond's Q3 2014 Results Show Continued Gross Margin Pressure
- Company missed revenue estimates by roughly $30mm.
- Gross margins, once again, contracted both year-over-year and quarter-over-quarter.
- Share repurchase was accelerated during Q3 and newer share repurchase program aims to be completed in 2016.
- Earnings rose nearly 10% YOY.
Is Bed Bath & Beyond's Gross Margin Pressure A Thing Of The Past? Q3 2014 Preview
- Same-store sales results were boosted by inclusion of e-commerce sales in the base.
- Gross margins have reached financial crisis levels.
- BBBY's share repurchase program masks net income pressures.
What To Look For In Bed Bath & Beyond's Q2 2014 Earnings Results
- Bed Bath & Beyond's Q2 2014 earnings release on September 23, 2014.
- Gross margin turnaround necessary for investor sentiment to become more favorable.
- Cleveland Research notes channel checks coming under pressure compared to estimates.
Bed Bath & Beyond: Gross Margin Pressures Seen In Sluggish Consumer Spending
- Gross margins dip below critical level of 39% recently.
- E-commerce is not a large enough sales channel to offset declines in brick and mortar sales.
- Consumer spending dips in July.
Bed Bath & Beyond Outlook Examined By Capital Ladder Advisory Group
- Gross Profit margins dip below 39 percent during Q1 2014.
- Bed Bath & Beyond takeover or buyout is unlikely.
- Omni-channel competition is just as relevant as brick-and-mortar competition.
Bed Bath & Beyond's Gross Profit Looks Worrisome
- Gross margins look to continue to deteriorate.
- Consumer discretionary spending is not what it used to be.
- Expansion of retail space seemingly not a savior and could be curtailed going forward.
- It's Really Going Bed Bath & Beyond
- Oppenheimer Upgrade Shows Bed Bath & Beyond Is Undervalued
- Throwing Out The Baby With The Bed Bath & Beyond Water