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Hanesbrands Inc HBI Stock Quote

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  • Last Close 3.96
  • Sector Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry Apparel Manufacturing
  • Investment Style Small Value
  • Day Range 3.67  –  3.99
  • Year Range 3.54  –  8.80
  • Market Cap 1.3856 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 20.7 Mil /  7.5 Mil
  • Price / Sales 0.23
  • Price / Book 3.98
  • Forward Div Yield
  • Trailing Div Yield 3.79%

Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis HBI

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Market Conditions Are Unfavorable, but Hanesbrands' Investments Support Its Leading Brands

David Swartz Senior Equity Analyst

Business Strategy and Outlook

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Narrow-moat Hanesbrands is the market leader in basic innerwear (about 60% of sales) in multiple countries. We believe its key innerwear brands like Hanes and Bonds (in Australia) achieve premium pricing. While the firm faces challenges from inflation, slowing demand for apparel, higher interest rates, and a highly competitive athleisure market, we think Hanes' share leadership in replenishment apparel categories puts it in position for improving results after 2023. In May 2021, the firm unveiled its Full Potential plan to expand global Champion, bring growth back to innerwear, improve connections to consumers (through greater marketing and enhanced e-commerce, for example), and streamline its portfolio.

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Business Description

Hanesbrands manufactures basic and athletic apparel under brands including Hanes, Champion, Playtex, Maidenform, Bali, Berlei, and Bonds. The company sells wholesale to discount, midmarket, and department store retailers as well as direct to consumers through stores and e-commerce. Hanesbrands is vertically integrated as it produces more than 70% of its products in company-controlled factories in more than three dozen nations. Hanesbrands distributes products in the Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. The company was founded in 1901 and is based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

1000 East Hanes Mill Road
Winston-Salem, NC, 27105
Industry Apparel Manufacturing
Employees 51,000

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Apparel Manufacturing Specialty Retail Apparel Manufacturing Apparel Manufacturing
Consumer Cyclical
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FAQs for Hanesbrands Inc Stock

No. HBI does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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HBI’s market cap is 1.39 Bil.
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HBI’s stock style is Small Value.
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