Target: Drama Eased While Operations Improved, But Waiting For Q1 Earnings


  • Target Corporation is set to report its Q1 earnings on May 22nd.
  • The company has seen improvements in margins and a rebound in revenues.
  • Analysts have mixed expectations for Q1, but the company’s overall performance and financial health are decent.
A Target store in Houston, Texas, USA



Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) is due to report its Q1 on May 22nd before the market opens according to Seeking Alpha, so I wanted to see how the company has performed in 2023 and whether my concerns have been eased. Since

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