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Tiffany & Co. beat the street with earnings of $1.45 per share. Consensus estimate was $1.39. Revenue was in line with estimates, but the surprise here was margin expansion. Gross margins increased from 63% to 64.1% year over year. TIF was about 3.5...
Hi everyone, Ed Ponsi here subbing for Doug. Happy St. Patrick's Day! Hopefully, we'll all celebrate with green screens today. Looking ahead for the day: Economic Indicators: 9:15 Industrial Production: 0.3% expected, previous -0.3% 9:15 Capacity Ut...
On Friday, March 17, investors await earnings from Tiffany & Co.
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