GCO Key Stats
- GCO Crosses Above Key Moving Average Level May 3
- 4 Stocks Going Ex-Dividend Tomorrow: GORO, GCO, SAN, AET Apr 8
- Genesco Announces Plan To Withdraw Chicago Stock Exchange Listing PR Newswire Apr 5
- Rubicon Technology Part-Owner Sells 200K Shares and 4 Insider Sales to Note Mar 27
- Genesco Declares Quarterly Dividends PR Newswire Mar 25
- Footwear retailers fall after DSW says recent sales trends weak Mar 19
- Are Genesco's Earnings Better Than They Look? Fool Mar 18
- UPDATE: Piper Jaffray Upgrades Genesco to Overweight on Multi-Year Outlook Benzinga Mar 13
- Piper Jaffray Upgrades Genesco (GCO) to Overweight Street Insider Mar 13
- Analysts: Apple’s Cheap iPhone May Hurt Margins and 4 New Opinions Investors Mus... Mar 11
GCO Total Returns Comparison
This total returns chart shows the returns to an investor from both price appreciation and dividends (dividends are assumed to be reinvested). Genesco is down 1.06% over the last year vs S&P 500 Total Return up 30.17%, Finish Line up 2.10%, and American Eagle Outfitters up 11.88%.
Fundamental analysis of a business involves analyzing its financial statements and health, its management and competitive advantages. The key financial statements of a company are the income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement.
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Genesco Inc., based in Nashville, Tennessee, United States, is a publicly owned retailer of branded footwear, licensed and branded headwear and licensed sports apparel and accessories and is a wholesaler of branded and licensed footwear. Through its various subsidiaries as of the end of 2011, Genesco operates 2,387 retail stores throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada and wholesales branded and licensed footwear to more than 970 retail accounts. Founded as the Jarman Shoe Company in 1924 as a footwear manufacturer, the company changed its name to the General Shoe Company in the 1930s and became a public company in 1939. The company took its current name, Genesco, in 1959. Genesco exited footwear manufacturing in 2002 and now contracts with independent, third parties located outside the United States to manufacture its branded and licensed footwear. In June 2011, Genesco acquired UK retail chain and web business Schuh. This was seen as a huge step for the business as it gave them an already well established grouding in a market outside of the U.S.