Designer Brands Inc's capital turnover -- a measure of revenue relative to shareholder's equity -- is better than 94.73% of US listed stocks.
DBI's one year PEG ratio, measuring expected growth in earnings next year relative to current common stock price is 0.31 -- higher than merely 3.7% of US-listed equities with positive expected earnings growth.
Over the past twelve months, DBI has reported earnings growth of -758.68%, putting it ahead of merely 2.66% of US stocks in our set.
Stocks that are quantitatively similar to DBI, based on their financial statements, market capitalization, and price volatility, are ZAGG, VNCE, RCMT, ODP, and ARKR.
Designer Brands (formerly DSW Inc.) is a branded footwear and accessories retailer that offers a wide selection of brand name and designer dress, casual and athletic footwear and accessories for women, men and kids. The company was founded in 1917 and is based in Columbus, Ohio.
Shares of Designer Brands (NYSE: DBI) were soaring 32% in morning trading Monday on no discernable news specific to the footwear specialist. The market itself was largely flat in early trading, with the major indexes up or down less than a percentage point, making Designer Brands' movement all the more notable. There have been several stocks such as GameStop and Bed Bath & Beyond that have seen their shares go stratospheric as short-sellers raced to cover their positions, but it's not necessarily what's happening here.
Shares of Designer Brands (NYSE: DBI) were moving higher even as the broader market pulled back today. A better-than-expected preliminary report from fellow footwear retailer Genesco (NYSE: GCO) seemed to lift shares of the DSW parent today. Designer Brands stock closed up 11.2%, while Genesco finished the day up 11.8%.
Shares of Designer Brands (NYSE: DBI) finished up 11% today as part of a broad wave of retail stocks that gained after Democrats reclaimed the Senate last night, winning two elections. Among the moves it is expected to make is handing out $2,000 stimulus checks as was recently debated in Congress but blocked by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell. After last night's results, McConnell will no longer be majority leader.
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