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AutoZone

AutoZone Inc AZO 3 Star

Last Price$682.16Day Change (%)-1.05%
Open Price$683.06Day Change ($)-7.22
Day Range682.16–694.4552-Week Range491.93–694.45

As of Tue 3/31/2015 6:34:00 PM | USD

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  1. UPDATE: Best Buy, AutoZone , Kate Spade earnings in focus

    UPDATE: Best Buy, AutoZone , Kate Spade earnings in focus

  2. UPDATE: Stock market's 'black hole' shines bright as car industry faces subprime wreck

    UPDATE: Stock market's 'black hole' shines bright as car industry faces subprime wreck

  3. Fred's Announces Key Management Additions and Changes

    Fred's Announces Key Management Additions and Changes

  4. UPDATE: Updates, advisories and surprises

    UPDATE: Updates, advisories and surprises

  5. UPDATE: Best Buy, Nutrisystem gain; Micron, Ford lead losers

    UPDATE: Best Buy, Nutrisystem gain; Micron, Ford lead losers

  6. Plenty of Roadway for Auto-Parts Retailers

    Despite a recent sales-growth slowdown, we remain positive on narrow-moat AutoZone , Genuine Parts, Advance, and O'Reilly over the longer run.

  7. Seeking Small-Cap Moats: Monro Muffler Brake

    Monro's acquisition strategy is creating a virtuous cost-advantage cycle, but shares don’t come cheap at the moment, writes Morningstar’s Todd Wenning.

  8. Two Auto-Parts Retailers Gain Moats From Growing Cost Advantages, Industry Consolidation

    O'Reilly and Advance have expanded their store bases through acquisitions and organic growth, enhancing their cost advantages.

  9. Should Investors Continue to Buy Fixed Income Given the Potential “Bond Bubble”?

    AutoZone's AZO third-quarter results came in about as we expected. Our fair value estimate remains $103 per share. Revenue increased by 5.9% to $1.417 billion, led by expansion and a 2.1% rise in same-store sales (up from 0.4% in the second quarter). While its comparable revenue growth still ...

  10. Our Outlook for the Credit Markets

    The corporate bond market will probably struggle to return much above break-even in 2014.

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