Sales were down for the quarter and likely will be all year. But it's not as bad as people previously thought.
News & Analysis: Whirlpool
The appliance maker reports positive earnings per share and rapidly rebounding demand.
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It has not yet said how many workers will be laid off.
These companies have high-yield dividends, trade at a discount, or are recovering well from the coronavirus-sparked market downturn.
Consumers are stockpiling appliances to preserve or prepare their stockpiled food.
WHR earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
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With many of its manufacturing facilities closed and customers staying home, the appliance giant is unsure what this year will bring.
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