American Outdoor Brands shares sinking, Gap shares higher, and Footlocker shares falling

Here are the charts of the day for Friday March 2, 2018.

American Outdoor Brands ( AOBC): Shares sinking in early trade. The gunmaker and parent of Smith & Wesson, reported a 32% drop in quarterly sales. Profits sank more than 60% reflecting what the company called a “continuation of challenging market conditions.”

Gap ( GPS): Shares are moving higher following a surprise beat for the holiday quarter. Profits were lower overall, but the company’s dependence on discount brand Old Navy decreased. Gap also boosted its dividend.

Footlocker ( FL): Shares are falling after reporting revenue slightly below estimates. The athletic footwear and apparel retailer posted an adjusted quarterly profit that beat estimates by a penny a share, however,  comparable-store sales fall 3.7 percent.

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