An analyst isn't seeing signs of a turnaround.
News & Analysis: Bed Bath & Beyond
The superstore launches a line of private label furniture.
The retailer survived a tough holiday season and sees a clearer path toward improving profits by 2020.
Business continues to falter for the home goods leader.
With sales and profitability falling, the retailer didn't thrive through the peak selling season. But the results were still better than many investors feared.
Macy's reported surprising weakness in holiday sales, but Bed Bath & Beyond rose after its earnings report.
Shares of the home-goods retailer jumped on a bullish long-term outlook from the company.
BBBY earnings call for the period ending November 30, 2018.
The speciality retailer is likely to post a profit decline in the quarter that included back-to-school shopping.
Down 86% and 74%, respectively, over the past five years, these downtrodden stocks now look ripe for the picking.