Whirlpool Tumbles After Missing Revenue, Slashing Guidance

In other words, not even the company's buybacks, and Whirlpool announced it repurchased $1.2 billion in stock in 2018, up from $750MM in 2017, will be enough to offset rising input costs, the stronger dollar, and the company's higher (?) tax rate. For investors, this was just the latest disappointing earnings report and guidance cut, and WHR stock tumbled as much as 6% after hour, dropping to levels last seen in early January, before rebounding modestly.

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Gary Anderson 9 months ago Contributor's comment

This is what winning looks like.