Consumer Sector Update for 03/04/2019: CIDM,FTDR,ALRM,PLCE

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Top Consumer Stocks

WMT -0.17%

MCD -2.60%

DIS -0.04%

CVS -3.59%

KO +0.41%

Consumer stocks pared much of their prior declines this afternoon, with shares of consumer staples companies in the S&P 500 falling just over 0.4 while shares of consumer discretionary firms in the S&P 500 were dropping slightly more than 0.5%.

Among consumer stocks moving on news:

(+) Cinedigm ( CIDM ) rose over 2% on Monday after the television and movie production company said it has regained compliance with Nasdaq listing rules requiring the total market value of the company's common stock exceed $15 million. The Nasdaq stock market warned Cinedigm in December its stock was at risk of being delisted unless its market capitalization rose the stock exchange minimum.

In other sector news:

(-) Frontdoor ( FTDR ) slumped Monday, sinking 1.5%, after the home-services company disclosed plans for a secondary offering of more than 16.7 million common shares now owned by Service Master through one or more debt-for-equity swaps expected to take place by mid-June.

(-) Alarm.com ( ALRM ) fell nearly 5% after Imperial Capital lowered its stock rating for the home and business security company to in-line from outperform previously but also increased its price target for the company's stock by $3 to $61 a share.

(-) Children's Place ( PLCE ) dropped 12% after reporting adjusted Q4 net income of $1.10 per share, more than halving its $2.52 per share profit during the same quarter last year ago and missing the consensus estimate expecting $2.10 per share.

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This article appears in: Business , Commodities
Referenced Symbols: CIDM , FTDR , ALRM , PLCE

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