Consumer Discretionary Sector: Quarterly Earnings, Revenues & Growth

For Q1 2020, the quarterly earnings of the Consumer Discretionary sector decreased -49.45% (year-over-year). The Consumer Discretionary sector includes the Consumer Durables, Consumer Services, Retailing and Automobiles industries. The quarterly revenues declined -4.42% when compared to the same period of the previous year. The gross profit margin of the sector is currently 6.1% (calculated using trailing 12 months figures). The data has been calculated using the 500 largest U.S. companies.

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Consumer Discretionary Sector: Quarterly Earnings & Earnings Growth


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