Levi Strauss & Co.
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By Ankika Biswas and Amruta Khandekar (Reuters) - Wall Street's main indexes fell on Thursday as latest labor market data pointed to slowing economic growth due to rapid interest rate hikes, with risk-wary investors looking forward to monthly jobs data for a clearer picture of the economy. Initial jobless claims fell to a seasonally adjusted 228,000 for the week ended April 1, a Labor Department report showed, but the prior week data was revised to show 48,000 more applications were received. Economists had expected 200,000 claims for the latest week. Major technology and growth stocks such as Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL), Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) Inc and Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) Corp fell between 0.9% and 2.1% in early trading, while bond yields inched higher. The information technology sector was the biggest sectoral loser on the S&P 500 as investors piled into defensive stocks such as healthcare and utilities. A string of recent reports, including weak data on private payrolls and job openings earlier this week, have suggested slowing labor demand and raised hopes of a pause in the Federal Reserve's market-punishing rate hikes. However, unlike in the last few months when evidence of a cooling economy was cheered by investors on hopes it would allow for a less hawkish Fed, softer data has added to fears of a recession and pressured equities in recent days. "The last strongholds of the economy are beginning to weaken and that signals recession," said Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at Spartan Capital Securities in New York. "The labor market is beginning to weaken and that's basically playing into the hands of the Fed." The S&P 500 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq are headed for weekly declines for the first time in four weeks. All eyes will now be on the more-comprehensive report on non-farm payrolls, which are expected to have increased by 239,000 in March, down from the 311,000 jobs added in the prior month. The report is due on Friday, when the U.S. stock market will be shut for the Good Friday holiday. Fed fund futures are indicating a 54.5% chance of the U.S. central bank pausing rate hikes in May with the remaining betting on a 25 basis point rate hike, according to CME Group's (NASDAQ:CME) Fedwatch tool. A slew of major U.S. banks will kick off the first-quarter earnings season for big-ticket companies next week. At 9:35 a.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 38.64 points, or 0.12%, at 33,444.08, the S&P 500 was down 14.98 points, or 0.37%, at 4,075.40, and the Nasdaq Composite was down 89.02 points, or 0.74%, at 11,907.84. Among major stock moves, AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) Holdings Inc jumped 8.6% after a U.S. court denied the theater operator's request to lift a status quo order necessary for its stock conversion plan. Levi Strauss & Co (NYSE:LEVI) fell 12.7% after the apparel maker posted a fall in quarterly profit. Declining issues outnumbered advancers for a 1.10-to-1 ratio on the NYSE and for a 1.45-to-1 ratio on the Nasdaq. The S&P index recorded 5 new 52-week highs and no new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 14 new highs and 66 new lows.
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@everyone U.S. equity futures extend yesterday’s rally amid apparent progress on the debt-ceiling impasse in Washington, while in Europe, natural gas prices and power fell after Russia offered to ease Europe’s energy crisis as U.S. stocks are looking at a stronger open. Yesterday, the S&P 500 erased a -1.3% loss in its biggest reversal since February to settle modestly higher as investors grew more optimistic that congressional Democrats and Republicans could reach a deal to avert a government debt default with October 18th, the date Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has estimated the government will run out of money and not be able to service its existing debts, if the ceiling remains in place. China markets and U.S. listed Chinese stocks (BABA, BIDU, JD) are rising as President Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping agreed to hold a virtual summit by the end of the year. Late yesterday, top U.S. Senate Republican Mitch McConnell said his party would support an extension of the federal debt ceiling into December. The offer could provide an off-ramp to a months-long standoff between President Joe Biden’s Democrats and McConnell’s Republicans, who had been expected on Wednesday to block a third attempt by Senate Democrats to raise the $28.4 trillion debt ceiling. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 149 points to 27,678, the Shanghai Index remained closed for its Golden Week holiday, and the Hang Seng Index surged 735 points, or over 3% to settle at 24,701. The picture remains bright in Europe as well with the German DAX up 175 points to 15,150 and the FTSE 100 rising 67 points or nearly 1% to 7,060. The monthly nonfarm payroll report also in focus tomorrow. Market Closing Prices Yesterday · The S&P 500 Index gained 6.51 points, or 0.15%, to 4,363.55 · The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 90.49 points, or 0.26%, to 34,416.99 · The Nasdaq Composite dropped -64.79 points, or 0.44%, to 14,501.91 · The Russell 2000 Index declined -26.67 points, or 1.19% to 2,214.96 Events Calendar for Today · 7:30 AM ET Challenger Layoffs for Sept · 8:30 AM ET Weekly Jobless Claims · 8:30 AM EST Continuing Claims · 10:30 AM ET Weekly EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data · 3:00 AM ET Consumer Credit for Aug Earnings Calendar: · Earnings Before the Open: CAG, HELE, LW · Earnings After the Close: ACCD Other Key Events: · China’s Caixin Services PMI for Sept · Piper Global Chemicals M&A Conference (virtual), 10/7 · International Conference on Molecular Targets & Cancer Therapeutics (virtual), 10/7-10/10 Consumer · Costco ($COST) reported net sales of $19.50 billion for the retail month of September, the five weeks ended October 3, 2021, an increase of 15.8% from $16.84 billion last year; Total Company Comparable Sales rose 14.3%, Sept E-Commerce Sales rose 10.6%, Sept total co. Comparable Sales ex-impacts of gas prices, foreign exchange rose 9.4% and Sept E-Commerce sales ex-impacts of gas prices, foreign exchange rose 9.6% · Levi Strauss ($LEVI) Q3 EPS $0.48 vs. est. $0.37; Q3 revs up 41% YoY to $1.5B vs. est. $1.48B; authorizes $200M share buyback; qtrly gross margin was 57.6% of net revenues, up from 54.3%; said qtrly DTC net revenues increased 34% due to increased revenues from our company-operated stores; sees 4q net rev growth 20-21% YoY · Resources Connection ($RGP) Q1 EPS $0.43 vs. est. $0.25; Q1 revs $183.1M vs. est. $175.7M; sees Q2 revs $186M-$190M vs. est. $176.9M · Carnival Cruise Line ($CCL) announced plans for more ship restarts for January and February, as it works towards the return of its full fleet sailing from U.S. homeports in the spring of 2022 · Life Time Group ($LTH) 39M share IPO priced at $18.00 Energy, Industrials and Materials · Crude futures extend Wednesday’s slump. WTI drops as much as 3.2% before recovering near $75.80. Brent follows similar price action, settling just shy of the $80 mark. · Emerson Electric Co ($EMR) is in talks to merge its software assets with industrial software company Aspen Technology Inc (AZPN), Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday, citing people with knowledge of the matter. https://bloom.bg/3AlySkj · U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc. ($SLCA) said to explore strategic alternatives for industrial & specialty products (ISP) segment · Rocket Lab USA ($RKLB) announced that it has been selected to launch NASA’s Advanced Composite Solar Sail System on the Electron launch vehicle. Financials · Chubb ltd ($CB) files mixed securities shelf · Credit Acceptance ($CACC) increased the size of its revolving secured line of credit facility from $340M to $385M · Realogy ($RLGY) forms strategic joint venture with Centerbridge Partners to accelerate growth of title insurance underwriter; Centerbridge to purchase controlling interest of Realogy’s title insurance underwriter for $210M in cash · RLI Corp. ($RLI) announced an estimated range of pretax catastrophe losses of $30M-$35M, net of reinsurance, in Q3 Healthcare · Denali Therapeutic ($DNLI) announced positive Phase 1 clinical results and regulatory progress for two investigational small molecule therapeutics in development for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ALS, at the 2021 Annual Northeast ALS · SeaSpine Holdings Corp. ($SPNE) announced the successful completion of the first cases in both the United States and Australia for the 7D Percutaneous Spine Module · Moderna ($MRNA) announced it will build a mRNA facility in Africa with the goal of producing up to 500M doses of vaccines each year at the 50-microgram dose level; the company anticipates investing up to $500M in this new facility · Osmotica Pharmaceuticals ($OSMT) 14M share Spot Secondary priced at $2.50 · Theseus Pharmaceuticals ($THRX) 10M share IPO priced at $16.00 Technology, Media & Telecom · IAC/InterActiveCorp. ($IAC) has reached a roughly $2.7 billion deal to buy magazine publisher Meredith Corp. (MDP), with holders to receive $42.18 per share in an all-cash deal. As a result of the deal, Meredith will become part of DotDash, IAC’s digital-publishing division. · Dutch antitrust authority finds Apple ($AAPL) in-app payment system anti-competitive – Reuters reports citing sources; Dutch authority has ordered apple to change app store practices; Apple has appealed to Dutch court to block publication of regulatory decision · Alibaba ($BABA), Baidu ($BIDU), NetEase ($NTES), Didi Global ($DIDI) among U.S.-listed Chinese stocks rising as concerns around U.S/China trade relations and Evergrande’s debt crisis appeared to ease. Fund giant Fidelity is putting money back into Chinese stocks and thinks the recent “indiscriminate” selling caused by the debt crisis at property giant Evergrande is presenting opportunities in the country’s beaten up bond markets. Reuters reported. “There are companies that have seen good haircuts on their debt that are not justified,” Fidelity’s global Chief Investment Officer Andrew McCaffery said during a roundtable, adding that some other parts of Asia had also been impacted. · Twitter, Inc. ($TWTR) to sell MoPub to AppLovin Corp. (APP), a leading marketing software company, for $1.05 billion in cash. The transaction will enable Twitter to accelerate the development of owned and operated revenue products and drive growth · Citrix Systems Inc ($CTXS) said David j. Henshall steps down as president, chief executive officer and member of board of directors and Bob Calderoni appointed interim president and chief executive officer; sees Q3 revenue at midpoint to high end of guidance range of $765M-$775M vs. est. $778M
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UK Markets Finishing higher on Friday, buoyed by gains in mining and banking sector stocks. Airline stocks such as Wizz Air Holdings and easyJet rose 1.0% and 1.8%, respectively, amid reports that Britain would scrap quarantine for fully-vaccinated arrivals in the coming weeks. Vectura Group climbed 14.0%, after tobacco giant, Philip Morris agreed to buy the pharmaceuticals company for £1.05 billion. Burberry advanced 3.8%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Neutral’. Bunzl added 3.6%, following a rating upgrade on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. Electrocomponents rose 2.6%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to 1270.0p from 1170.0p. Victrex edged up 2.3%, after the polymer manufacturer reported a rise in its third quarter revenue and raised its revenue forecast. The FTSE 100 advanced 1.3%, to close at 7,121.9, while the FTSE 250 rose 1.1%, to end at 22,909.3. . European Markets Also finished higher on Friday, supported by gains in automaker and mining sector stocks. Volkswagen climbed 6.0%, after the carmaker reported an operating profit in the first half of the year. Airbus advanced 3.4%, after the plane maker reported a surge in jet deliveries in the first half of the year. On the other hand, CGG dropped 3.8%. The geoscience technology company announced that its planned asset monetisation and sale of businesses are expected to be completed in the fourth quarter. Salvatore Ferragamo slid 0.7%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Sell’ from ‘Neutral’. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 1.3%, to settle at 1,766.0. The German DAX Xetra rose 1.7%, to settle at 15,687.9, while the French CAC-40 added 2.1%, to close at 6,529.4. . US Markets Following Europe finished higher on Friday, led by gains in energy and financial sector stocks. Stamps.com rallied 64.0%, after the mailing and shipping company agreed to be acquired by software investment firm, Thoma Bravo in a deal worth around $6.6 billion. Discover Financial Services advanced 6.2%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on a stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Neutral’. Altria Group added 2.1%, after the leading producer of tobacco and related products announced that it would sell its Ste. Michelle Wine Estates business to private equity firm, Sycamore Partners Management for about $1.2 billion. Levi Strauss rose 1.4%, after the denim maker reported higher than expected earnings in its second quarter. The S&P 500 gained 1.1%, to settle at 4,369.6. The DJIA rose 1.3%, to settle at 34,870.2, while the NASDAQ added 1%, to close at 14,701.9. . Asian Markets Starting the week trading higher this morning, tracking overnight gains on Wall Street. In Japan, Tokai Carbon and Amada have advanced 4.0% and 4.6%, respectively. Meanwhile, ANA Holdings and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha have dropped 0.6% and 1.9%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Meituan and BYD have risen 2.4% and 8.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, AIA Group and Tencent Holdings have fallen 0.8% and 1.6%, respectively. In South Korea, BooKook Steel and Jico have climbed 15.1% and 29.7%, respectively. Meanwhile, NCsoft and Century have declined 3.5% and 14.0%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 2.3% higher at 28,580.8. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.5% up at 27,491.6, while the Kospi index is trading 0.9% higher at 3,247.2
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Thursday, July 8, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -494.00 1.43% 34,074 S&P 500 -60.25 1.40% 4,289 Nasdaq -196.50 1.33% 14,606 Stocks slide around the globe, as the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite tumble following fresh all-time highs on Wednesday. A delayed reaction? Stocks were little changed late afternoon following the release of the FOMC Minutes from its prior meeting, where Fed officials saw a tightening of monetary policy potentially happening sooner than expected as the economy recovers from the pandemic, but no move to taper asset purchases seems imminent. At the same time, worries about the economic recovery continue to weigh as the Covid-19 delta variant has spread rapidly in countries with lagging vaccination rates, as the WHO urged caution on worldwide reopenings. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index dropped -248 points to 28,118, the Shanghai Index slid -28 points to 3,525 and the Hang Seng Index tumbled 2.9% or 800 points to settle at 27,153. In Europe, markets are broadly lower as the German DAX drops over 270 points to 15,420, while the FTSE 100 slides around 2% to hold just above the 7,000 level. European equities are deep in the red with most indexes printing fresh lows for the week. Eurostoxx 50 drops as much as 1.9%, while all Stoxx 600 sectors are in the red, with miners, retail and banks performing the worst. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 14.59 points, or 0.34%, to 4,358.13 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 104.42 points, or 0.30%, to 34,681.79 The Nasdaq Composite edged higher 1.42 points, or 0.01%, to 14,665.06 The Russell 2000 Index declined -21.66 points, or 0.95% to 2,252.85 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Weekly Jobless Claims…est. 350K 8:30 AM EST Continuing Claims…est. 3.335M 10:30 AM ET Weekly EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data 11:00 AM ET Weekly DOE Inventory Data 3:00 PM ET Consumer Credit for May…est. $18.4B Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $HELE Earnings After the Close: $ACCD, $DCT, $KSHB, $LEVI, $PSMT Other Key Events: China Producer Price Index and Consumer Price Index for June Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.80 71.40 Brent -0.66 72.77 Gold 7.10 1,810.75 EUR/USD 0.0036 1.1826 JPY/USD -0.82 109.84 10-Year Note -0.066 1.255% Sector News Breakdown Consumer GAN ($GAN) rises after saying sees Q2 revs between $34-$35M, beating the consensus of $23.98M; positive Adj. EBITDA to be $3-$7M as higher than expected revenue more than offset strategic investments in talent and technology Overstock ($OSTK) initiated with a Buy and $150 tgt at Needham WD-40 ($WDFC) Q3 EPS $1.52 vs. est. $1.15; Q3 sales rose 39% to $136.4M vs. est. $108.33M; sees FY sales $475m-$490m vs. rest. $461.85M; do not expect to see sales growth of current magnitude over long-term Tesla ($TSLA) introduced a new, lower-priced version of the Model Y to the China market; the Standard Range Model Y starts at 276,000 yuan ($42,600) after government subsidies and incentives; Tesla began taking orders for the vehicle on Thursday. Didi ($DIDI) shares on track for a 4th straight decline after IPO last week, extending the losses suffered as Asian stocks listed in New York also drop following a day of declines for tech companies in Hong Kong. Stellantis ($STLA) slips after saying adjusted operating income margins in 1H are expected to exceed previously communicated FY margin guidance range of 5.5% to 7.5%; said expects negative industrial free cash flows in 1H Energy, Industrials and Materials American Petroleum Institute ($API) showed a draw of 7.98M barrels of oil for the latest week; gasoline inventories showed a draw of 2.74M barrels, distillate inventories show a build of 1.09M barrels and Cushing inventories show a build of 152K barrels. Freeport McMoRan ($FCX) downgraded to Underweight from Equal Weight at Barclays Rio Tinto ($RIO) and South Korean steelmaker POSCO agreed to jointly develop technologies to transition to a low-carbon emission steel value chain. Maxar Technologies ($MAXR) contracts for WorldView Legion satellite constellation capacity through an expanded agreement with a key international defense and intelligence customer (multi-year, $35M contract) Sonoco ($SON) updates $115 million project horizon progress; announces intentions to close 70,000 tons/year of capacity at Hartsville mill complex; investment to convert Hartsville, S.C., corrugated medium machine to urb scheduled to be completed in q2 of 2022 The Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency directive requiring main rotor inspections for ~400 Textron ($TXT) Bell helicopters after Canadian and U.S. investigators discovered a possible flaw while probing a fatal crash last week. Financials Cryptocurrency-exposed stocks like $RIOT, $MARA, $MSTR, looking sharply lower in premarket trading with Bitcoin sinking back below $33,000 per token, down over 5%, with Ethereum down over 7% to slip below $2,200 Charles Schwab ($SCHW) downgraded to Neutral from Conviction Buy at Goldman Sachs Pzena Investment Management Inc. ($PZN) preliminary total AUM as of June 30, 2021 was $53.1 bln Healthcare Amgen ($AMGN) said the U.S. FDA has accepted a Biologics License Application ($BLA) and granted Priority Review for Tezepelumab in the treatment of asthma; Tezepelumab is being developed by Amgen in collaboration with AstraZeneca ($AZN) Ideaya Biosciences ($IDYA)64M share Secondary priced at $17.25 SeaSpine Holdings ($SPNE) said the U.S. FDA has granted a 510k clearance for the company’s 7D Percutaneous Spine Module for minimally invasive surgery Technology, Media & Telecom Alphabet Inc’s ($GOOGL) slides as thirty-seven U.S. states and district attorneys general sued Google on Wednesday, alleging the search giant bought off competitors; also alleged that the co was using restrictive contracts to unlawfully maintain a monopoly for its app store on Android phones Tessco Technologies ($TESS) shares jump over 30% after the company said Wednesday evening it expects 2022 1Q total revenue of $105M, 9% higher than a year earlier
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US Market Markets closed higher on Friday, amid optimism over economic recovery. FuboTV climbed 12.6%, after the company acquired the exclusive live streaming rights to the Qatar World Cup 2022. Honeywell International advanced 3.2%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. Levi Strauss added 2.6%, after the company reported better than expected revenue in the first quarter and raised its interim outlook. On the flipside, Boeing fell 1.0%, as major carriers grounded dozens of 737 Max jets from service after the aircraft manufacturer warned of a potential electrical flaw. Southwest Airlines slid 0.1%. The company is recalling more than 2,700 flight attendants from leaves of absence, amid expectations of a rebound in summer travel demand. The S&P 500 gained 0.8%, to settle at 4,128.8. The DJIA rose 0.9%, to settle at 33,800.6, while the NASDAQ added 0.5%, to close at 13,900.2.. .
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good probability in LEVI for a move up soon but that's too short my liking
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US Market US closed higher yesterday, amid hopes for a swift economic recovery following the Covid-19 vaccine rollouts. Levi Strauss & Co jumped 3.0%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to $24 per share from $20 per share. Emergent BioSolutions climbed 2.8%, after the company together with Mount Sinai Health Systems announced the start of a new clinical program focusing on a potential treatment for Covid-19. Caterpillar rose 1.9%, after a top broker hiked its price target on the stock to $220 per share from $206 per share. Meanwhile, AMC Entertainment dropped 5.7%, after the company stated that it may sell up to 50 million shares in a new funding round to raise around $125.0 million. McCormick & Co fell 0.3%, after the company announced the acquisition of FONA International for a cash consideration of $710 million. The S&P 500 gained 0.1%, to settle at 3,732.0. The DJIA rose 0.2%, to settle at 30,409.6, while the NASDAQ advanced 0.2%, to close at 12,870.0. .
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US Market US markets also closed mostly lower yesterday, following a jump in the US weekly jobless claims. Best Buy fell 1.7%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Sell’ from ‘Neutral’. Moderna slid 0.6%. The drug maker started a study involving adolescents in its coronavirus vaccine trial for use in children from the age of 12 years before the start of the 2021-22. On the flipside, Silver Spike Acquisition skyrocketed 37.3%, after the company announced that it will merge with cannabis review site, Weedmaps and take it public. Levi Strauss advanced 2.6%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Sell’. Walt Disney rose 0.2%, following reports that the company would announce a significant amount of planned movie content and whether each movie will have exclusive theater run or will stream on Disney+. The S&P 500 slipped 0.1%, to settle at 3,668.1. The DJIA fell 0.2%, to settle at 29,999.3, while the NASDAQ added 0.5%, to close at 12,405.8. .
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Rather flat morning on the futures, US dollar flat, metals flat, crude up a bit over 1%, $BIDU still finding bids at 52wk highs, $TSLA down 2%, $LEVI and $RKT back up, $QS down 7% after yesterdays massive jump, pot stocks still looking weak adding to yesterdays drop. Should be an interesting day.
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zio Renato, perché mi levi il goal?... é na cosa simpatica.. se ci sono prob con youtube.. per capire, cosí evito se mai..
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US markets closed higher yesterday, helped by gains in technology sector stocks and ahead of the US corporate earnings season. Twilio climbed 7.7%, after the cloud communications platform provider announced a deal to buy customer data platform provider Segment for $3.2 billion in Twilio shares. Apple rallied 6.4%, as the company is set to unveil its iPhone lineup, which could foreshadow a robust upgrade cycle. Amazon edged up 4.8%, ahead of its annual Prime Day shopping event on 13 and 14 October. Levi Strauss advanced 3.9%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Overweight’ from ‘Equal-Weight’. PepsiCo added 2.7%, following a rating upgrade on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Neutral’. General Motors rose 0.2%, after reporting a rise in China sales during the July through September quarter. The S&P 500 gained 1.6%, to settle at 3,534.2. The DJIA rose 0.9%, to settle at 28,837.5, while the NASDAQ added 2.6%, to close at 11,876.3. .
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levi nice buying last 2 days
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Layoffs at Levi Strauss & Co. It's cutting 15% of its corporate workforce, about 700 employees.
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Levi Strauss & Co. is one of the world's largest brand-name apparel companies and a global leader in jeanswear. The company designs and markets jeans, casual wear and related accessories for men, women and children under the Levi's®, Dockers®, Signature by Levi Strauss & Co.™, and Denizen® brands. Its products are sold in more than 110 countries worldwide through a combination of chain retailers, department stores, online sites, and a global footprint of approximately 3,100 retail stores and shop-in-shops. Levi Strauss & Co.'s reported 2020 net revenues were $4,453 million.
CEO: Charles Bergh
HQ: 1155 Battery St San Francisco, 94111-1203 California