Investors are bracing for a tough holiday shopping season for the toys and games specialist.
News & Analysis: Hasbro
The toy maker's capital allocation strategy signals limited reinvestment opportunities.
The toy company has battled tariffs and the pandemic, but with shares more than 40% off last year's highs, any good news should lift the stock.
The stock market is rallying back toward all-time highs, but not all businesses are in the same boat.
Beyond traditional toys, the company offers an "omnichannel" experience within its industry.
The toy maker isn't a slam-bunk buy today but you shouldn't lock in these low prices by selling your shares, either.
The stock prices of some reliable dividend-paying companies have been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, and now offer great yields.
In the short term, maybe, but it's doubtful this stock will beat the market long term.
This set doubles down on the "double" theme, offering twice the number of several key features compared to other expansion sets for the popular collectible card game.
The company maintains its $0.68 per-share payout.