HD

Home Depot
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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Mattel, Sony, Apple, Wayfair and Home Depot
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Zacks · 17h ago
The Home Depot Expands Skilled Trades Initiative with "Path to Pro" Program
The Home Depot® announced today that it is expanding on The Home Depot Foundation's $50 million trades training commitment announced in 2018 with a new education and job placement program called Path to Pro. The program aims to address the skilled labor gap by educating more people in the skilled trades, connecting skilled tradespeople with jobs and careers, and generating interest in trade professions through educational campaigns.
PR Newswire · 19h ago
Is The Home Depot (HD) A Good Stock To Buy Now?
We at Insider Monkey have gone over 817 13F filings that hedge funds and prominent investors are required to file by the SEC The 13F filings show the funds’ and investors’ portfolio positions as of September 30th. In this article, we look at what those funds think of The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE:HD) based on […]
Insider Monkey · 1d ago
Unusual Options Activity Insight: Home Depot
Benzinga · 1d ago
Investors take stock in Home Depot after huge acquisition
Home Depot's (HD) $8.7B acquisition of HD Supply Holdings (HDS) is being well received, according to Goldman Sachs's Matt McClure. McClure notes that "adjacent" deals in the building products sector
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
People Are Still Spending Less on Entertainment. These Stay-at-Home Stocks Will Benefit.
Spending on hotels, theme parks, theaters, and public transportation is still depressed. A Robert W. Baird analyst thinks consumers will continue to direct their money toward home improvement and furnishings, eating at home, and outdoor activities.
Barrons.com · 1d ago
Home Depot Deal Raises Buildings Materials M&A to Record Height
(Bloomberg) -- The Covid-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders have prompted many to re-think their relationships. In the case of industrial distributor HD Supply Holdings Inc., lock-down restrictions pushed it back into the arms of Home Depot Inc. 13 years after the two divorced.The $8.7 billion acquisition propelled North American building materials deals to an all-time high of $15.2 billion, and several more transactions are expected before the year ends. The previous record of $10.27 billion was set in 2007 at the peak of the pre-crash housing boom, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.The deal announced this month reverses Home Depot’s 2007 sale of HD Supply to a group of buyout firms and gives the Atlanta-based chain -- already with legions of do-it-yourself customers -- greater access to professional contractors. Business in both categories has been buoyed by families decamping from cities to buy larger homes in suburban and exurban areas, as well as by remodel projects to accommodate work-from-home living.“Typically building products investors are skeptical of deals in adjacent markets, and most of the high-profile adjacent transactions have received, at best, mixed reviews from the street,” Matt McClure, managing director and global co-head of industrials at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., said in an interview. “However, in the current environment, adjacent deals have been well received.”More than 50 million homes in the U.S. are more than two decades old, according to the research company Statista. A shift toward suburban living by millennials, now the largest segment of the population, is set to create a multi-year cycle of increased dealmaking in the sector as homeowners embark on bathroom and kitchen remodels and other large projects, in addition to the smaller, cosmetic fixes required by aging structures.“We’re seeing the largest volume of consumer-facing building products deals in at least a decade, with momentum that we expect to carry on well into next year,” Frank Sellman, managing director at Moelis & Co., said in an interview. “Quarantine demonstrated the benefits of larger, single family homes with extra space at a time when America’s largest demographic is beginning to form families.”Home Depot follows in the footsteps of Builders FirstSource Inc. and BMC Stock Holdings Inc., which announced an all-stock merger in August in a deal valued at $2.46 billion. That deal will create one of the largest suppliers in North America, with $11 billion in combined revenue, generated across more than 500 sites, according to a statement.Clearlake, DimoraFinancial sponsors are looking for opportunities for consolidation to create scale amid the surge, too. Clearlake Capital Group agreed to buy Dimora Brands from the Jordan Co. last week, after buying Primesource from Platinum Equity earlier this month. Clearlake co-founder and managing partner José E. Feliciano and partner Colin Leonard said in a statement that they would “continue executing a consolidation strategy in this highly fragmented market.”A representative for Clearlake declined to comment beyond the statement as to whether it intended combine Primesource and Dimora or execute separate buy-and-build strategies.More opportunities for expansion are possible with transactions that could be completed this year. They include Specialty Building Products and Hillman Group Inc. being sold by buyout firms Madison Dearborn Partners and CCMP Capital respectively, according to people familiar with those situations. Such deals, which would add another $3 billion to the year’s total, are becoming more expensive for buyers.“Branded building products that consumers care about are outperforming,” said McClure, whose team advised HD Supply on deal with Home Depot.Azek UpliftThe uplift in valuations was reflected in Azek Co. being taken public in June by Ares Capital Management and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board. Azek had posted a loss of $5.8 million for the six months ending March 31 and had a debt load of more than $1 billion. Still, it upsized its initial public offering and priced the shares above the marketed range to raise $879 million including so-called greenshoe shares.The Chicago-based company’s opening valuation of 19 times forward earnings already made it an outlier in industrial listings. With its shares up 49% month since the IPO, Azek has been touching highs close to 30 times forward earnings, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.Fortune Brands Home & Security Inc. and Masco Corp., two publicly traded peers, are also getting valuation premiums relative to historical averages.Suppliers focused on the commercial sector are witnessing the inverse of the exuberance for the residential market.Commercial Unclear“The lack of clarity regarding the mix of office against working from home has deterred investment in new building and large scale renovation of office and retail units,” Moelis’s Sellman said.Few commercial deals are expected in the near term, with only those assets viewed as best in class, such as Firestone Building Products, expected to trade hands.Residential construction-oriented assets will continue to be an investment focus, said Rocque Lipford, JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s global co-head of basic materials whose team represented Home Depot on the HD Supply deal.“There is some chance future repair and remodel spending was pulled forward into 2020 but it’s likely the increased demand for single family homes is here to stay into 2021,” he said.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Bloomberg · 1d ago
Black Friday online sales surged, retail foot traffic fell amid pandemic - WSJ
U.S. shoppers went online to purchase holiday gifts and score Black Friday deals over the Thanksgiving weekend rather than enter stores for health reasons, as the coronavirus spurred up the
Seekingalpha · 2d ago
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The average HD stock price target is 304.37 with a high estimate of 350.00 and a low estimate of 236.50.
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Institutions: 3.21K
Institutional Holdings: 802.52M
% Owned: 74.54%
Shares Outstanding: 1.08B
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Craig Menear
President/Chief Operating Officer
Edward Decker
Chief Financial Officer/Executive Vice President
Richard McPhail
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Matthew Carey
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Teresa Roseborough
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TIMOTHY HOURIGAN
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Timothy Hourigan
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Ann-Marie Campbell
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Mark Holifield
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William Lennie
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Gregory Brenneman
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Gerard Arpey
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Ari Bousbib
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Jeffery Boyd
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J. Frank Brown
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Albert Carey
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Helena Foulkes
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Linda Gooden
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Wayne Hewett
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Manuel Kadre
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Stephanie Linnartz
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About HD
The Home Depot, Inc. is a home improvement retailer. The Company offers its customers an assortment of building materials, home improvement products, lawn and garden products, and decor products and provide a number of services, including home improvement installation services and tool and equipment rental. It operates approximately 2,291 The Home Depot stores located throughout the United States (U.S.), including the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the territories of the U.S. Virgin Islands and Guam; Canada and Mexico. The Company serve two primary customer groups: do-it-yourself (DIY) Customers and Professional Customers (Pros). DIY Customers include home owners who purchase products and complete their own projects and installations. Professional Customers are primarily professional renovators/remodelers, general contractors, handymen, property managers, building service contractors and specialty tradesmen, such as electricians, plumbers and painters.
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