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News & Analysis: Dillards
Macy's plans to close many of its lower-productivity stores over the next two years. However, one department store chain is perfectly happy to operate low-volume stores in small and midsize markets.
Improving profitability, a strong track record for cash generation, low debt, and a massive real estate portfolio make this department store stock surprisingly attractive.
Deep cost cuts and tight inventory management have enabled Dillard's to quickly stabilize its profitability.
One of Warren Buffett's stock-picking lieutenants just bought a large stake in the department store operator.
The struggling retailer got a big boost from an investor with a big following.
At least someone out there is still practicing value investing.
Dillard's stock is down nearly 60% year to date, even though the impact of the pandemic on earnings faded quickly. It could bounce back soon, though.
A flat end to the week left investors wondering what's next.
Shares of the department store chain gained as its second-quarter loss was much smaller than expected.