Ticker: ROST

Ross Stores

$74.75

(-10.67%)

Since 2019

Price: $

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Invest in Ross Stores on Stash

This retailer operates Ross stores—the largest off-price apparel and home fashion chain in the U.S.

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Historical performances

Last 12 months

-14.44%

Last 3 years

7.91%

Last 5 years

9.94%

Last 10 years

20.39%

Since inception

18.68%

Last 15 years

18.92%

Dividend Yield

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1.41%

Expense Ratio

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0.0%

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ROST News

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CNBC

8 days ago

Ross Stores tells vendors it will cancel merchandise orders through mid-June

Ross Stores said in a letter to vendors on Thursday it would cancel all merchandise purchase orders through June 18 due to the impact the coronavirus has had on its business.

CNBC

about 1 hour ago

AutoNation, other public dealer groups furlough thousands of workers due to coronavirus

Automotive retailers are cutting executive pay and laying off or furloughing thousands of workers as U.S. auto sales plummet amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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about 6 hours ago

Raytheon, United Technologies Merger Done, Trading Begins in RTX

Last June, aerospace and defense giants United Technologies and Raytheon announced a merger, which was completed on Thursday, to create the world’s second-largest defense contractor.

CNBC

about 2 hours ago

Trump says 'we'll work this out' and 'get our energy business back' at meeting with oil CEOs

Executives from at least seven energy companies met with President Trump on Friday at the White House amid the collapse in oil prices.

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Ross Stores logo

Invest in Ross Stores on Stash

This retailer operates Ross stores—the largest off-price apparel and home fashion chain in the U.S.

Thanks to

fractional shares

Tooltip

, you can buy any dollar amount of Ross Stores stock, or any other fund or stock you know on Stash.

Add a custom amount.

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