Williams-Sonoma made strides in the second quarter with comparable sales at West Elm and Pottery Barn identified as particular drivers.
Tuesday Morning posted a bigger net loss for its fourth quarter, but the company said it is well positioned to improve sales and earnings performance.
For the second quarter, HomeGoods comparable sales, which now include those for HomeSense stores in the U.S., came in flat even as overall TJX posted a positive 2% comp.
Walmart powered through a strong second quarter, with comps gaining 2.8% in the U.S. and the retailer’s e-commerce operations boosting sales.
Interim CEO Mary Winston laid out management’s priorities for Bed Bath & Beyond in a quarter that features sliding comps and a net loss.
Just weeks after the announcement that ESL Holding was pursuing the shares of the company it didn’t yet own, Sears Hometown & Outlet Stores reported lower quarterly comps and earnings.
Although Hudson’s Bay has taken a number of significant steps to right its financial course, including winding down its Home Outfitters chain and selling its German operation, the company still posted a bigger first quarter adjusted net loss. The bigger loss came despite improvement at its Saks department store and off-price operations.