- The article is actually about Mario Day deals and discounts, so there is no information about why Best Buy (BBY) stock went down.
- Gap's stock fell more than 6% after another disappointing holiday quarter, with sales dropping in all four divisions, and the company pushing deep sales to clear excess inventory, resulting in ending inventory plummeting 21% from the previous year, which points to the retailer looking like it has given up on its chances of being around in 10 years.
- The article mainly talks about various deals and discounts available on tech products, but it doesn't mention why Best Buy's (BBY) stock went down.
- The article is not about why Best Buy (BBY) stock went down and instead discusses a special Switch console bundle that Nintendo released to celebrate Mario Day.
- This article is not about Best Buy (BBY) stock and its performance, but rather offers information about a new Nintendo Switch Mario Day bundle, which includes a red Nintendo Switch and a choice of Mario games, available from various retailers including Walmart, ShopTo, and Best Buy.
- Best Buy (BBY) stock went down by 2.65% last night, but according to the February's Safest Dividend Yields Model Portfolio, the company has grown its revenue and net operating profit consistently, with rising NOPAT margins and invested capital turns driving return on invested capital to 18% TTM, while also offering a 4.4% dividend yield that is easily backed up by free cash flow.
- The article discusses various daily deals on gaming consoles, laptops, tablets, and books, as well as a sale on popular Nintendo Switch games at Best Buy, and it does not provide any information on why the Best Buy (BBY) stock went down by 2.65%.
- Helen of Troy (HELE) stock goes down by 9% on Thursday due to the resignation of its CFO Matt Osberg, who will be replaced by Brian Grass on an interim basis, and investors should not take Osberg's departure as a sign of deep problems at the business since the company has already executed a succession plan and will soon be searching for a non-interim replacement.
- The article talks about a seasonal sale for audio products at Best Buy, which has up to 50% off, and some of the in-stock options, but it does not provide any information on why Best Buy(BBY) stock went down last night.
- The article discusses the benefits of having a Sam's Club membership, including exclusive member discounts on a wide range of products and services, such as groceries, household goods, and discounted gas; however, it does not provide an explanation for why Best Buy's stock went down.
- The article offers various deals on products including an HP ENVY gaming PC, a MacBook Air with M1 chip, and a Gloomhaven board game, but does not explain why Best Buy (BBY) stock went down by 1.35% last night.
- Boots is hosting its annual sale with up to a 70% discount on selected products, including exclusive deals on top brands, such as Soap & Glory, Ted Baker, Gillette, Bondi Sands and its own beauty label No7. The sale began on 1 March online and in stores whilst stocks last. Last year's sale started two months later than usual, but offered increased markdowns of up to 90% off. Some stocks will not be available in stores.
- Best Buy (BBY) stock goes down by 2.12% as investors prepare for choppier waters amid historical high interest rates and multi-decade inflation.
- Jefferies analyst Kyle McNealy reports that Apple is seeing limited effects of economic pressures that are hurting consumer electronics sales amidst a dip in Best Buy’s stock.
- An increase in visitors to discount grocery stores such as Aldi could be the reason behind Best Buy's stock price declining by 2.12%.
- The Inverse Cramer ETF, which shorts stocks that finance pundit Jim Cramer is bullish on, launched on Thursday, created by Matthew Tuttle, the CEO of Tuttle Capital Management, and the former has an expense ratio of 1.2%; this news follows BBY, which was down 2.12% last night.