NYSE exchange. Sector: Consumer Cyclical. Industry: Apparel Retail. Location United States, Framingham.

The TJX Companies, Inc. [TJXUnited States

65.09USD0.71 (-1.09%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

96,659,062,784 USD
MARKET CAP
1157.571
PE
0.863
BETA (5y)
0.070
EPS

profit

74%

for 5 years

profit

31%

for 3 years

profit

10%

for 2 years

profit

2%

for 1 year

profit

-10%

for this year

About The TJX Companies, Inc.

The TJX Companies, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, operates as an off-price apparel and home fashions retailer. It operates through four segments: Marmaxx, HomeGoods, TJX Canada, and TJX International. The company sells family apparel, including footwear and accessories; home fashions, such as home basics, furniture, rugs, lighting products, giftware, soft home products, decorative accessories, tabletop, and cookware, as well as expanded pet, kids, and gourmet food departments; jewelry and accessories; and other merchandise. As of February 23, 2022, it operated 1,284 T.J. Maxx, 1,148 Marshalls, 850 HomeGoods, 59 Sierra, and 39 Homesense stores, as well as tjmaxx.com, marshalls.com, and sierra.com in the United States; 293 Winners, 147 HomeSense, and 106 Marshalls stores in Canada; 618 T.K. Maxx and 77 Homesense stores, as well as tkmaxx.com in Europe; and 68 T.K. Maxx stores in Australia. The company was incorporated in 1962 and is headquartered in Framingham, Massachusetts.

The TJX Companies is the leading off-price retailer of apparel and home fashions in the U.S. and worldwide.

The TJX Companies, Inc.
https://www.tjx.com
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