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- A strong quarter by Estee Lauder (EL) is impressing retail analysts after peers failed to match its broad sales gains across regions and categories.
- The company even managed to grow sales by 5% in the U.S. where many consumer product sellers cried about the impact of the snow and ice.
- Rahul Sharma notes the Estee Lauder's FY14 EPS guide of $2.86-$2.90 vs. $2.87 consensus is tempered as usual.
- EL +2.5% premarket
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- Estee Lauder (EL) has gone almost three years without an acquisition to mark its longest stretch in 19 years, notes Bloomberg.
- The company looks ripe to be in deal-making mood with its cash balance at a record high.
- Analysts think a strong play into the men's skin-care category could be part of Estee Lauder's strategy.
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- Estee Lauder (EL) saw revenue gains in the Americas and Europe/Middle East/Africa help to offset a 6% dip in Asia during FQ2. Overall, the growth in the quarter looked stronger than what peers reported.
- Revenue in all product segments rose except for Skin Care which fell back 1%.
- The company reaffirms annual guidance at $2.80-$2.87, but guides its estimates for FQ3 to below consensus.
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- Shares of Elizabeth Arden (RDEN) extend their AH loss, now down 22.6% premarket, kicked up after the company issued a harsh warning on sales and profits.
- Sales in North America fell abruptly over the course of the second half of the year, while in global markets, Elizabeth Arden only saw a minor dip.
- Peer watch: Revlon (REV) -1.6%, Avon Products (AVP) -2.4%, Estee Lauder (EL) -1.1%.
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- Luxury star Prada fell short of the consensus estimate of analysts with its Q3 profit. The report from the Italian firm could be a sector warning with Prada's results in China showing some signs of deceleration.
- A stronger euro against the yen was also a bottom line drag for the company.
- Execs with Prada said 'softening consumption patterns" in some key regions could continue to weigh on results.
- On watch: Louis Vuitton (LVMUY), Coach (COH), Ralph Lauren (RL), Michael Kors (KORS), Gucci Group (GUCG), Swatch (SWGAY), Burberry (BURBY), Estee Lauder (EL), Hermes (HESAF), Richemont (CFRUY).
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