In a report announced on 8/12/2016 RBC Capital increased the target price of Kohl’s (NYSE:KSS) by 0.00% from $37 to $44
On 8/1/2016, Goldman Sachs reported about Kohl’s(NYSE:KSS) recommending “Sell” with a target price of $33 that suggested a downside of -0.21%.
Just yesterday Kohl’s (NYSE:KSS) traded 1.04% higher at $44.19. KSS’s 50-day moving average is $38.99 and its two hundred day moving average is $41.89. With the last close up 6.59% from the two hundred day moving average, compared to the S&P 500 Index which has fallen 0.00% over the same period. 7,807,713 shares of KSS traded hands, up from an avg. trading volume of 4,250,370.
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With a total market value of $8.2B, Kohl’s has a 52 week low of $33.87 and a one-year high of $55.95 with a price-earnings ratio of 15.
A total of 22 analysts have reported on the stock. Five firms rate the company a strong buy, three firms rate the stock a buy, 12 analyts rate the stock a hold, three analysts rate the company to underperform, and lastly zero brokeragesrate the stock as sell with a one year target of $41.41
Brief Synopsis On Kohl’s (NYSE:KSS)
Kohl’s Corporation (Kohl’s) is an operator of department stores. The Company also operates an e-commerce Website (www.Kohls.com). The Company operates over 1, 160 department stores in approximately 50 states. The Company sells private label, exclusive and national brand apparel, footwear, accessories, beauty and home products. Its Website includes merchandise, which is available in its stores, as well as merchandise, which is available only on-line. The Company’s private brands include Apt. 9, Croft & Barrow, Jumping Beans, SO and Sonoma Goods for Life. Its exclusive brands include Food Network, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, and Rock & Republic and Simply Vera Vera Wang.