Kroger’s stock (NYSE: KR) is up 17% to around $34 levels year-to-date, compared to an 8% growth for the broader S&P 500. The retailer’s revenue grew 10% year-over-year in the last 2 quarters, as it saw a sustained grocery sales boost amid the pandemic. While Kroger has outperformed the broader markets, we believe the stock could likely decline as concerns surrounding Covid-19 subside. The retailer’s growth rate was unimpressive before the pandemic struck at about 2% CAGR over the past three years. There is a likely chance that growth might return to that disappointing pace once the coronavirus threat abates. Kroger’s stock has also jumped 30% since early 2018. Our dashboard, ‘What Factors Drove 30% Change In
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