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For the first time ever, Lowe's is introducing The Lowe's List for Innovation, a curated guide to the most innovative home products available at Lowe's. Handpicked by in-house expert tastemakers, the list features products that push the boundaries of innovation and inspiration in unexpected ways. From a refrigerator that allows a look inside via a smartphone, to a cordless drill with extra battery power to keep Pros going, The Lowe's List has something for every customer.
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Home Depot and Lowe’s will report first-quarter earnings later this month, and analysts are scrambling to raise their price targets on the stocks ahead of the results.
Citigroup analyst Steven Zaccone reiterated Buy ratings on Home Depot and Lowe's stock ahead of the home-improvement retailers' earnings reports.
Investors expect solid results from both retailers. And the robust housing market is driving strong home repair and remodeling activity, says Baird.
Ellie Johnson, Berkshire Hathaway NY Prop. President joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss NYC’s rental market and outlook for real estate market trends post-pandemic.
With a home improvement boom triggered by government COVID-19 lockdown orders under way since 2020, Lowe's (NYSE: LOW) is planning a spring hiring fair next week at which it expects to add 50,000 employees to its payroll. Scheduled for May 4, the National Hiring Day is aimed at filling positions for "cashiers, retail associates, stockers and receivers, merchandising service associates, drivers, supervisors and Pro sales roles." Lowe's has attempted to capitalize on the growth of home improvement by expanding its appeal to contractors rather than simply the do-it-yourself (DIY) market.
Lowe's Cos. will host its national hiring day event on May 4, with plans to bring on more than 50,000 part-time, full-time and seasonal workers. Lowe's added more than 90,000 workers into permanent roles last year. Lowe's previously announced the hiring goal, noting that spring is the home retailer's busiest season. Lowe's stock is up 24% for the year to date, outpacing the benchmark S&P 500 index , which is up 12% for the period.
As the busiest season for home improvement continues, Lowe's Companies, Inc. (NYSE: LOW) will host a National Hiring Day to make it as easy as possible for anyone to start a part-time job or a full-time career. Lowe's is hiring more than 50,000 seasonal, part-time and full-time U.S. store associates. Candidates can apply in-person at Lowe's stores nationwide from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on May 4. They will have the opportunity to meet hiring managers, speak with associates and receive on-the-spot offers.
Stocks are poised for more upside as we head into the new week.