Weis Markets (NYSE: WMK ): Q2 EPS of $0.48. Revenue of $691.88M (+4.5% Y/Y) Press Release Post your comment!
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We are dropping coverage of Weis Markets WMK . We provide broad coverage of more than 1,700 companies across a wide variety of sectors and industries, and adjust our coverage as necessary based on client demand and investor interest.
profitability. Weis ' operating margins ..... 2011. We think Weis Markets does have a few ..... landscape will limit Weis ' growth and returns ..... value estimate for Weis Markets is $36 per share ..... we estimate that Weis Markets can sustain a 3
We are placing Weis Markets WMK under review as we reassess our operating assumptions for the firm.
profitability of the firm. Weis aims to improve ..... regional grocer Weis Markets has been caught ..... profitability. Weis ' operating margins ..... 2009. We think Weis Markets does have a few ..... competitive landscape. Weis offers high margin ..... efforts provide Weis Markets ' customers with
We are placing Weis Markets WMK under review as we transition coverage to a new analyst.
Weis Markets WMK reported solid second-quarter results ..... operating costs for the improvement. However, Weis was also lapping a weak second quarter of ..... income before taxes slipped nearly 16%. Weis only released a partial income statement
fair value estimate in place for Weis Markets WMK following the company's announcement ..... New York, based Giant Markets. Weis provided no details on the acquisition ..... Markets has 12 stores compared to Weis ' 154 stores, and we assume the
Weis Markets ' WMK first-quarter results on a reported basis ..... compared with the first quarter of 2007, Weis ' margin expansion was impressive. The ..... provided no further information beyond that. Weis is lapping a rather poor first quarter