has cut into sales in the do-it-yourself segment, say analysts. Sector decliners: Pep Boys (NYSE: PBY ) -1.5% , O'Reilly Automotive (NASDAQ: ORLY ) -1.4% , Advance Auto Parts (NYSE: AAP ) -1.0% . Post your comment!
was also motivated by defensive reasons, so that it could limit WORLDPAC’s influence after it was acquired by Advance Auto Parts in the General Parts acquisition. We do not expect AutoZone to abandon WORLDPAC anytime soon, however, due to
By The Value Investor : Advance Auto Parts ( AAP ) posted solid results this week as the company ..... point down the road. Strong Second Quarter Results Advance Auto Parts posted second quarter revenues of $2.35 billion
Advance Auto Parts reported good second-quarter results that slightly exceeded our expectations, as the integration with General Parts (GPI
Advance Auto Parts reported decent first-quarter results as it began to integrate ..... remain optimistic that the firm can leverage the four platforms ( Advance Auto Parts , Autopart International, Carquest, and Worldpac) to drive significant
Reilly Automotive ORLY and Advance Auto Parts AAP have both rapidly and profitably ..... rating to narrow, we increased Advance Auto Parts ' fair value estimate to ..... sector. We have also raised Advance Auto Parts ' moat rating to narrow from
We have upgraded the economic moat ratings of O’Reilly Automotive and Advance Auto Parts to narrow from none. Both firms have rapidly and profitably expanded their store base through a mix of acquisitions and organic
Long-term prospects remain favorable for Advance Auto Parts .
shareholders. Gannett GCI (rating: BB/UR, narrow moat), R.R. Donnelley RRD (rating: BB, no moat), Advance Auto Parts AAP (rating: BBB-, no moat), and Hanesbrands HBI (rating: BBB-, no moat) have all leveraged up over the past quarter
Advance Auto Parts reported soft third-quarter results that fell in line with its earlier announcement Oct. 23. Sales increased 4.3% from the