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- Pier 1 Imports (NYSE:PIR) reports comparable sales rose 5.7% in FQ4.
- E-commerce sales accounted for 11% of the company's total sales tally during the quarter.
- Merchandise margin -100 bps to 55.6% as higher supply chains costs factored in.
- SG&A expenses as a percentage of sales increased 140 bps to 27.4%.
- Pier 1 says it plans to close 100 stores over the next three years as part of an optimization plan.
- FY16 guidance: The company guides for a mid single-digit comp. EPS of $0.83-$0.87 vs $0.90 consensus estimate.
- Previously: Pier 1 Imports beats by $0.03, misses on revenue
- PIR +3.64% after hours.
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- Pier 1's (NYSE:PIR) January comparable store sales rose 5.7% Y/Y, "well below " the company's expectations. Due to the shortfall, and "unplanned supply chain expenses," the company now expects FY15 (ends Feb. '15) EPS of $0.80-$0.83, below prior guidance of $0.95-$1.05 and a $1.00 consensus.
- FY15 comparable sales guidance has been lowered to 5% from mid-to-high single digit growth, and gross margin guidance to 40.2% from 40.5%-41.5%. Year-end inventories are expected to be at $480M.
- The company is now taking "a more cautious view" for February sales, and also states some of the unplanned supply chain expenses "will be ongoing" through the first quarter of FY16. Full FQ4 results arrive on April 8.
- CFO Cary Turner is retiring. SVP of planning Laura Coffey will serve as interim CFO.
- Shares have plunged to $11.70 AH.
Thu, Jan. 8, 9:15 AM
Dec. 19, 2014, 10:05 AM
- Pier 1 Imports (PIR +12.2%) trades higher despite missing analyst estimates with its FQ3 report.
- Favorable comments from management on the Thanksgiving/Black Friday sales event and e-commerce momentum appear to be swaying investors.
- "We finished November on a high note buoyed by the strength of Thanksgiving weekend," said CFO Cary Turner.
- Earnings call transcript
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- Home furnishing stocks stocks are in rally mode after Kirkland's (KIRK +22.9%) and Williams-Sonoma (WSM +8.3%) both top expectations.
- The development follows strong reports from Home Depot and Lowe's which also showed strong demand for home products.
- Gainers: Restoration Hardware (NYSE:RH) +6.4%, Pier 1 Imports (NYSE:PIR) +2.0%, Haverty Furniture (NYSE:HVT) +2.5%, Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY) +2.0%, Ethan Allen (NYSE:ETH) +2.9%.
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- Pier 1 Imports (NYSE:PIR) reports comparable-store sales rose 4.5% in FQ2.
- Gross profit rate -190 bps to 38.9% due to a higher mix of e-commerce and increased promotional activity.
- SG&A expense ratio +120 bps to 32.2%.
- Inventory +15.5% to $514M.
- PIR -9.9% AH.
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Pier 1 Imports Inc is a specialty retailer of imported decorative home furnishings and gifts in the North America. It conducts business as one operating segment and operates stores in the United States and Canada under the name Pier 1 Imports.
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