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Kimball Investors Looking For Signs Of A Cyclical Ramp

Apr. 05, 2021 12:38 AM ETHNI Corporation (HNI)6 Comments
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  • Kimball should have a weak Q3 due to the delay in big companies bringing workers back to the office (especially in major cities) and high freight costs.
  • Work from home will eventually transition back to work in the office. Education will come back to the classroom. Furniture demand in those end markets will increase.
  • Leisure travel is already nearly back to 2019 levels. Corporate travel still has room to improve. Kimball's Hospitality business should recover soon.
  • I reviewed why Kimball has the highest ROIC in the industry.
  • I detailed the Poppin acquisition and the positive comments on it from the firm's former COO/President.
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Another Weak Quarter Coming For Kimball

In this article, I will discuss some of the intra-quarter trends seen in Kimball International’s (KBAL) end markets, updates on Poppin, the future trajectory of the company as discussed in its recent virtual conference on

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