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Five Below Inc (FIVE.OQ)

FIVE.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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Five Below Inc Announces Holiday Sales Results For Quarter-To-Date Through Jan 6
Monday, 8 Jan 2018 

Jan 8 (Reuters) - Five Below Inc ::FIVE BELOW, INC. ANNOUNCES HOLIDAY SALES RESULTS FOR QUARTER-TO-DATE THROUGH JANUARY 6, 2018; EXPECTS FOURTH QUARTER AND FISCAL 2017 RESULTS NEAR HIGH END OF PREVIOUSLY PROVIDED GUIDANCE.SEES FY 2017 EARNINGS PER SHARE $1.72 TO $1.79.SEES Q4 2017 EARNINGS PER SHARE $1.09 TO $1.16.SEES Q4 2017 SALES $491 MILLION TO $503 MILLION.SEES FY 2017 SALES $1.264 BILLION TO $1.276 BILLION.- SEES COMPARABLE SALES INCREASE OF 4% TO 6% IN Q4 2017.SEES ‍ FULL YEAR FISCAL 2017 COMPARABLE SALES INCREASE OF 5.7% TO 6.5%​.Q4 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $1.17, REVENUE VIEW $501.1 MILLION -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S.FY2017 REVENUE VIEW $999.8 MILLION -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S.  Full Article

Five Below reports Q2 earnings per share $0.18
Wednesday, 31 Aug 2016 

Five Below Inc : Announces second quarter fiscal 2016 financial results . Q2 earnings per share $0.18 . Q2 sales $220.1 million versus I/B/E/S view $219.6 million . Q2 same store sales rose 3.1 percent . Q2 earnings per share view $0.17 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S . Sees Q3 2016 earnings per share $0.09 to $0.10 . Sees FY 2016 earnings per share $1.28 to $1.32 . Sees Q3 2016 sales $199 million to $202 million . Sees FY 2016 sales $1.0 billion to $1.009 billion . Sees 1% to 2% increase in comparable sales in Q3 . Sees approximate 3% increase in comparable sales in FY . Q3 earnings per share view $0.10, revenue view $203.9 million -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S .FY earnings per share view $1.31, revenue view $1.01 billion -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.  Full Article

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