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Whirlpool Corporation (WHR)

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107.63-0.19 (-0.18%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
107.83 +0.20 (+0.19%)
After hours: 06:24PM EST
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Previous close107.82
Open107.28
Bid107.84 x 900
Ask107.88 x 900
Day's range107.13 - 108.55
52-week range98.40 - 160.62
Volume1,194,595
Avg. volume1,104,926
Market cap5.881B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.49
PE ratio (TTM)12.34
EPS (TTM)8.72
Earnings date22 Apr 2024 - 26 Apr 2024
Forward dividend & yield7.00 (6.49%)
Ex-dividend date29 Feb 2024
1y target est123.44
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  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Whirlpool is simplifying its business to offset inflation: CEO

    Whirlpool Corporation's (WHR) portfolio of home appliances runs the gambit of consumer technology, from washers and dryers to refrigerators and a variety of other kitchen devices. Yahoo Finance Executive Editor Brian Sozzi is joined by Whirlpool CEO Marc Bitzer on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the appliance maker's positioning around inflation and the US housing market squeeze. "This is a highly competitive industry where we're the last American large-appliance company," Bitzer says, adding that: "North American business, in turn, is strongly driven by — we know — housing and by product introductions... Housing is a big factor, in particular existing home sales." Referencing US existing home sales and mortgage rates, Bitzer believes it will take "more than one interest rate reduction" by the Federal Reserve to see wider relief across the housing sector and consumers. "Inflation was a two or three-year massive problem. Overall it added almost $2.5 billion to our cost base... last year we were able to get $800 million out of the way... we're still operating slightly higher than before," Bitzer says on inflationary pressures affecting Whirlpool. "We're now tackling where we can, logistic costs, product costs. We're also questioning and addressing our overall infrastructure cost. We have simplified business going forward and as such, we probably don't need the kind of more or less complicated structure which we had before. We're addressing the cost at multiple levels. Frankly... we're not counting on big deflation, just a moderation is already fine." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live. Editor's note: This article was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.