GPS - The Gap, Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
8.91
-0.68 (-7.09%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT

8.90 -0.01 (-0.11%)
After hours: 4:07PM EDT

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Previous close9.59
Open9.39
Bid8.92 x 1800
Ask8.93 x 1100
Day's range8.81 - 9.44
52-week range5.26 - 19.86
Volume14,214,838
Avg. volume12,283,948
Market cap3.32B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.43
PE ratio (TTM)9.58
EPS (TTM)0.93
Earnings date04 Jun 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date06 Apr 2021
1y target est9.18
  • Earnings Preview: Gap (GPS) Q1 Earnings Expected to Decline
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    Earnings Preview: Gap (GPS) Q1 Earnings Expected to Decline

    Gap (GPS) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  • Why Macy's, Gap, and Other Retailers' Stocks Are Up Today
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    Why Macy's, Gap, and Other Retailers' Stocks Are Up Today

    Shares of several brick-and-mortar retailers were trading higher on Wednesday morning as the broader market rallied for a second day on rising optimism about the post-pandemic economy. Designer Brands (NYSE: DBI) was up 5.2%. Gap (NYSE: GPS) was up 5.5%.

  • Why Gap, Kohl's, and Other Retail Stocks Were Up Today
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    Why Gap, Kohl's, and Other Retail Stocks Were Up Today

    Shares of several apparel and home-goods chains rose on Tuesday afternoon, as continued store reopenings and recovering economic activity gave retail-focused investors reasons for optimism. Designer Brands (NYSE: DBI) was up 13.5%. Gap (NYSE: GPS) was up 8.8%.

  • Gap rushes in more robots to warehouses to solve virus disruption
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    Gap rushes in more robots to warehouses to solve virus disruption

    U.S. apparel chain Gap Inc is speeding up its rollout of warehouse robots for assembling online orders so it can limit human contact during the coronavirus pandemic, the company told Reuters. "We could not get as many people in our distribution centers safely," said Kevin Kuntz, Gap's senior vice president of global logistics fulfillment.

  • Focus: Gap rushes in more robots to warehouses to solve virus disruption
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    Focus: Gap rushes in more robots to warehouses to solve virus disruption

    U.S. apparel chain Gap Inc is speeding up its rollout of warehouse robots for assembling online orders so it can limit human contact during the coronavirus pandemic, the company told Reuters. "We could not get as many people in our distribution centers safely," said Kevin Kuntz, Gap's senior vice president of global logistics fulfillment.

  • Is Gap Stock a Buy?
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    Is Gap Stock a Buy?

    While J.C. Penney, J. Crew, and Neiman-Marcus were largely forced into bankruptcy by the arbitrary nature of which stores were deemed essential and allowed to remain operational, the situation with Gap isn't so dire. Rich Duprey has no position in any of the stocks mentioned.

  • Why Kohl's, Gap, Macy's, and Other Department Store Stocks Are Down Today
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    Why Kohl's, Gap, Macy's, and Other Department Store Stocks Are Down Today

    Several department store and apparel chain operators were trading lower on Tuesday morning after Kohl's (NYSE: KSS) reported a larger-than-expected loss for the quarter that ended on May 2. Gap (NYSE: GPS) was down 4.5%. Kohl's was down 9.4%.

  • Why The Gap and Other Retailers' Stocks Are Up Today
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    Why The Gap and Other Retailers' Stocks Are Up Today

    Shares of several retail-chain operators were trading higher on Monday, amid a broad-based market rally driven by promising news from an early COVID-19 vaccine trial. While the data is very preliminary, and an approved, mass-produced vaccine is still many months away (at best), investors took it as good news and bid up shares of many companies that have been hit hard over the last couple of months. American Eagle Outfitters said in early May that it had reopened 43 of its brick-and-mortar stores and that it planned to have about 600 locations open by the end of May. The company raised a bit over $400 million via a bond offering in late April to bolster its balance sheet until all of its stores reopen.

  • CEO of North Face and Vans owner says he is hunting for deals
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    CEO of North Face and Vans owner says he is hunting for deals

    Yahoo Finance catches up with V.F. Corp CEO Steve Rendle to discuss how the owner of Timberland and Vans is navigating the chopping retail environment.

  • Gap Inc. to Hold Virtual Annual Meeting of Shareholders on May 19, 2020
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    Gap Inc. to Hold Virtual Annual Meeting of Shareholders on May 19, 2020

    Gap Inc. (NYSE: GPS) will hold the company’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders in a virtual-only format due to the heightened concerns around the COVID-19 pandemic and the current shelter-in-place order in California. The meeting will be held on May 19, 2020 beginning at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time at www.virtualshareholdermeeting.com/GAP2020. A webcast replay will be available through www.gapinc.com for at least 30 days following the meeting.

  • Why Bed Bath & Beyond, Gap, and Other Retail Stocks Are Falling Today
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    Why Bed Bath & Beyond, Gap, and Other Retail Stocks Are Falling Today

    Shares of several retail-chain operators were falling along with the broader market on Wednesday, after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell signaled his growing concern about the current downturn in the U.S. economy. Designer Brands (NYSE: DBI) was down 6.8%. The Gap (NYSE: GPS) was down 5.8%.

  • Retail stores reopening as coronavirus lockdowns lift
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    Retail stores reopening as coronavirus lockdowns lift

    U.S. retailers are slowly reopening. Here is an updated list.

  • Old Navy Donates Over $30 Million of Clothing to American Families in Need
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    Old Navy Donates Over $30 Million of Clothing to American Families in Need

    Old Navy has been clothing American families since 1994, and recognizes that the need to serve families has never been greater. The COVID-19 crisis has left many Americans struggling to provide basic necessities for their families. In response, Old Navy is donating over $30 million of clothing to American families in need.

  • Gap Thinks Becoming a Department Store Will Save It
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    Gap Thinks Becoming a Department Store Will Save It

    Although Gap (NYSE: GPS) is well-known for its jeans, khakis, and clothing styles for everyone in the family, it just announced a new branding deal with global licensing firm IMG to expand its product line beyond apparel and head into home decor, textiles, furniture, baby equipment, and baby care. While Gap is under pressure due to the coronavirus pandemic, transforming into a department store just as that segment of retail looks poised to collapse hardly seems like the transformative plan the retailer needs. There is an argument to be made for expanding beyond the confines of a niche you have fully explored, but while Gap might have had grounds to argue it was a "lifestyle brand" a few years ago, consumers have been abandoning its stores in such droves that it can no longer credibly make that case.

  • Janie and Jack Launches Limited Edition Pink Collection and Give-back Campaign With the Pink Agenda and FAB-U-WISH in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness
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    Janie and Jack Launches Limited Edition Pink Collection and Give-back Campaign With the Pink Agenda and FAB-U-WISH in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness

    Today, children’s fashion brand Janie and Jack debuts its ‘Think Pink’ campaign to launch their new collection that supports breast cancer research and women diagnosed with the disease. The Think Pink Collection benefits The Pink Agenda, a nonprofit committed to raising money for breast cancer research and granting wishes through FAB-U-WISH™, an initiative established by breast cancer survivor and TV personality Giuliana Rancic, which helps women undergoing treatment feel their best. Inspired by stories within the company, Janie and Jack has partnered with a team of survivors and activists to launch the campaign. In addition to Janie and Jack employees and customers, Tamera Mowry-Housley, who lost her grandmother to breast cancer last year, joins the campaign to amplify the charitable partnership. The campaign shares their experiences with breast cancer in an effort to inspire hope and educate on preventative measures. Janie and Jack and The Pink Agenda will grant wishes across the country through FAB-U-WISH to recognize deserving moms and their inspiring breast cancer fight. To further support the cause, from May 10th through June 21st, 2020, the Janie and Jack Think Pink collection will donate 25% of sales to The Pink Agenda and FAB-U-WISH and collect donations from customers at checkout, with a minimum donation of $250,000.*

  • Why Gap, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Other Retail Stocks Closed Higher on Friday
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    Why Gap, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Other Retail Stocks Closed Higher on Friday

    What happened Shares of several apparel and home-goods retailers were moving up on Friday, as stores continued to reopen in parts of the United States and restrictions on retail activity eased. Here's where these four companies' stocks ended when the market closed on Friday.

  • Face Mask Production Saving Retailers Amid Coronavirus
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    Face Mask Production Saving Retailers Amid Coronavirus

    A number of apparel brands are not only supplementing for the shortage of protective gear but also looking for a survival strategy by selling facial masks and other protective gear.

  • Why Gap Stock Was Gaining Today
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    Why Gap Stock Was Gaining Today

    Shares of Gap (NYSE: GPS) were moving higher today after the apparel retailer said yesterday it would reopen approximately 800 stores. Today's gains also come as the broad market rallied amid better-than-expected earnings reports and on beliefs that the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic has passed. Gap said yesterday that it would reopen as many as 800 stores by the end of the month, starting with a small group of locations in Texas this weekend.

  • Gap Inc. Announces Closing of $2.250 Billion of Senior Secured Notes Offering and $1.868 Billion ABL Credit Facility
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    Gap Inc. Announces Closing of $2.250 Billion of Senior Secured Notes Offering and $1.868 Billion ABL Credit Facility

    Gap Inc. (NYSE: GPS) today announced it has closed its previously announced offering of $2.250 billion of senior secured notes and that it has entered into an asset-based revolving credit facility with an initial aggregate principal amount of $1.868 billion. The company also announced it has repaid the outstanding $500 million borrowed under its prior revolving credit facility, and no amounts were borrowed at close under the asset-based revolving credit facility.

  • Up To 800 Old Navy, Banana Republic, and Other Gap Stores Reopening Through May
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    Up To 800 Old Navy, Banana Republic, and Other Gap Stores Reopening Through May

    Starting in Texas this coming weekend, The Gap, Inc. (NYSE: GPS) intends to successively reopen a total of approximately 800 retail stores throughout May. The clothing retailer says that many of its major brands will see at least some of their outlets reopened, including Janie and Jack, Intermix, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Gap, and Athleta. The Gap says the reopening strategy is being carried out carefully, in consultation with the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA). The RILA, working with another organization, has published a Blueprint for Shopping Safe.

  • Gap to Reopen 800 Stores
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    Gap to Reopen 800 Stores

    The Gap, Inc. (NYSE: GPS) announced today that it plans to have 800 of its stores open by the end of the month, including those under its Gap, Old Navy, Athleta, Banana Republic, Janie and Jack, and Intermix brands.

  • The Gap Partners With Licensing Giant IMG to Link Its Brands to Furniture, Baby Equipment
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    The Gap Partners With Licensing Giant IMG to Link Its Brands to Furniture, Baby Equipment

    Seeking to branch out and use its highly recognizable brands to sell products in other categories than clothing, The Gap, Inc. (NYSE: GPS) said in a press release today that it's inking a partnership with major licensing company IMG. The licensing will focus on a few of The Gap's most popular brands at first, pairing them up with various non-apparel products that match the brand "personality" the company has created for each label. IMG, or International Management Group, is a company specializing not only in licensing, but also in marketing and media.

  • Why Bed Bath & Beyond, Macy’s, and Other Retail Stocks Are Falling Today
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    Why Bed Bath & Beyond, Macy’s, and Other Retail Stocks Are Falling Today

    Shares of several brick-and-mortar retail chains were trading lower on Friday, as investors grappled with mixed signals around reopening stores and a new report that apparel company J.Crew is on the verge of bankruptcy. Gap (NYSE: GPS) was down about 5.7%. Kohl's (NYSE: KSS) was down about 5%.

  • Gap Inc. Partners With IMG to Leverage Its Iconic Brands Through Strategic Licensing
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    Gap Inc. Partners With IMG to Leverage Its Iconic Brands Through Strategic Licensing

    Gap Inc. (NYSE: GPS) today announced it has appointed global licensing leader IMG as its first ever multi-brand, exclusive licensing representative. Through this partnership, IMG will deliver cross-category product extensions that increase existing consumer touchpoints while engaging with and introducing new audiences around the world to Gap Inc.’s beloved and trusted portfolio of brands.