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Company Has Returned Over $829 Million to Shareholders Since 2009
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Children's Place reports earnings on Wednesday.
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CEO Jane Elfers has turned The Children's Place into a digital powerhouse in specialty retail.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 06/15/2017 settlement date, which shows a 573,484 share increase in total short interest for Children's Place, Inc. , to 4,387,302, an increase of 15.04% since 05/31/2017.
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Gymboree may have fallen, but other children's apparel retailers that are more diversified are going strong.
The firm raised its rating on the children's apparel retailer based on its belief that the stock is undervalued.
Investors in Children's Place, Inc. saw new options become available this week, for the August 18th expiration.
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Children's Place and Carter's have shown growth even as Gymboree and other retailers suffer.
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