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Bath & Body Works: Retail Winner Has More Upside In 2022

Summary

  • Bath & Body Works had a massive year in 2021, highlighted by better-than-expected growth emerging out of the pandemic.
  • We believe the company was a winner during the holiday shopping season, setting up a strong Q4 earnings report.
  • We are bullish on the stock with several tailwinds, including momentum in the company's digital strategy supporting a positive long-term outlook.
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White ceramic tray with home spa supplies in home bathroom for relaxing rituals. Candlelight, salt soap bar, bath salt in jar, massage, bath oil in bottle, blue rolled towel, natural sponge.

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Bath & Body Works (NYSE:BBWI) is recognized as the retail leader in fragrant body care and home fragrance products across a global network of nearly 2,000 stores. The company changed its name from "L Brands" last year

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Comments (6)

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How do we like it now @35
Long way to go til $90
jeffkad profile picture
@BOOX Research what do you think of this low $50s price action? Seems like BBWI is not getting much love these days.
jeffkad profile picture
Excellent rev/ER pre-announcement today, including big increase in divvy and large accelerated share buyback!
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mygoals profile picture
Nice article! I like the growth aspect, but any chance of the divvy being upped while they're doing these massive buybacks? Limited used to be a nice yielding stock as well, and we income-minded investors would like to see a return (pun intended) to days of old! Any news on that front would be appreciated.
Dan Victor, CFA profile picture
@mygoals as a baseline.. I believe ~10% annual dividend growth for the foreseeable future is realistic.. they have room to go bigger but will be interesting to see what they do with the first-rate hike later this year balanced with ongoing buybacks..
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