Dollar Tree: Q1 in line with consensus
(CercleFinance.com) - Released this Thursday before Wall Street opens, Dollar Tree's first-quarter accounts were marked by a 5-cent fall in adjusted EPS.
EPS came in at 1.14 dollar, against 1.19 dollar a year ago; this is also bang in line with the consensus of 1.14 dollar.
Meanwhile, revenues reached 5.81 billion dollars, up 2.2% at constant stores.
Regarding its outlook, the group expects sales of between 5.66 billion and 5.76 billion dollars in Q2, with FY sales of between 23.51 billion and 23.83 billion dollars.
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