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TMCNet:  Shares of Kohl's Rank the Highest in Terms of Forward Earnings Yield in the Department Stores Industry (KSS, M, DDS, JWN, SKS)

[February 08, 2013]

Shares of Kohl's Rank the Highest in Terms of Forward Earnings Yield in the Department Stores Industry (KSS, M, DDS, JWN, SKS)

Feb 08, 2013 (SmarTrend(R) News Watch via COMTEX) -- Below are the three companies in the Department Stores industry with the highest forward earnings yields. Using projected earnings for the current fiscal year, the forward earnings yield is useful to compare a stock's return vs. owning a similar stock or other yield assets (e.g. bonds). Generally, the higher the earnings yield, the more undervalued the stock.Kohl's ranks highest with a forward earnings yield of 9.0%. Following is Macy's with a forward earnings yield of 8.4%. Dillard's ranks third highest with a forward earnings yield of 7.2%.

Nordstrom follows with a forward earnings yield of 6.4%, and Saks rounds out the top five with a forward earnings yield of 4.0%.

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