The expected yield for BBBY is 4.06 %, this seems a healthy dividend return and if Bed Bath & Beyond, Inc. is also cheaply priced, and has a low debt to equity ratio and if Bed Bath & Beyond, Inc. makes a good profit.
BBBY has a trailing price to earnings ratio (P/E) of -14.85. The ratio is determined by the performance in the last 12 months. The P/E is negative, Bed Bath & Beyond, Inc. is losing money. The asset does not seem a good fit for long term dividend investing.
With the Debt To Equity rate of BBBY (0.58) we can conclude that Bed Bath & Beyond, Inc. does not seem to have more liabilities than equity provided by the shareholders. A lower D/E ratio stands for a less risky investment.
On average analists predict that BBBY will be correctly priced after a 16%. change. We can expect some long term capital gains.
Latest news for BBBY
2019-05-15 Bed Bath & Beyond's CEO Resigns After Activist Investor Pressure
Steven Temares has stepped down as CEO of Bed Bath & Beyond after 16 years -- the last three of which have been quite dreadful.
Original Article @ The Motley Fool
2019-05-14 Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know
Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) closed the most recent trading day at $15.27, moving +1.26% from the previous trading session.
Original Article @ Zacks Investment Research
2019-05-14 Bed Bath & Beyond CEO Steven Temares Steps Down - ValueWalk
Bed Bath & Beyond's CEO Steven Temares, stepped down with immediate effect Monday amid pressure to do so from activist investors.
Original Article @ ValueWalk
2019-05-13 Why Bed Bath & Beyond Stock Fell Today
With mounting pressure from activist investors, the home-goods retailer's CEO has stepped down.
Original Article @ The Motley Fool
2019-05-13 Whole Foods, Nordstrom and other retailers now accepting cryptocurrency in stores
Tyler Winklevoss announced Monday that retailers including Amazon.com Inc.'s Whole Foods Market, Nordstrom Inc. , and Barnes & Noble Inc. are among the retailers now accepting cryptocurrency. The new payment system comes via a partnership between Flexa, a global cryptocurrency network, and Gemini, which is co-founded by the Winklevoss twins. Gemini dollars will now be accepted using the same payment hardware currently in stores, according to a post on Medium from Tyler Winklevoss, co-chief executive of Gemini, with payment received in fiat currency. Other stores using the new crypto payments include Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. , Lowe's Cos. and Ulta Beauty Inc. . Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Original Article @ MarketWatch
2019-05-13 Bed Bath & Beyond’s Woes Extend Beyond Its CEO
The departure of the troubled chain’s longtime chief executive removes one big problem, but a turnaround is far from assured.
Original Article @ Bloomberg
2019-05-13 Bed Bath & Beyond Chief Executive Steps Down
Bed Bath & Beyond said Steven Temares has stepped down as chief executive and a member of the board as a group of activist shareholders continues to press for changes at the retailer.
Original Article @ The Wall Street Journal
2019-05-13 Bed Bath & Beyond CEO Steven Temares steps down ‘immediately’ and resigns from board
Bed Bath & Beyond CEO Steven Temares stepped down Monday, effective immediately, and Mary Winston will serve as interim CEO.
Original Article @ USA Today
2019-05-13 Bed Bath & Beyond CEO Steven Temares steps down amid investor pressure
A group of investors had piled pressure on the company since March, citing the company’s inability to grow sales and margins
Original Article @ The Globe and Mail