Build-A-Bear Workshop traded at $19.73 this Friday May 27th, increasing $0.61 or 3.19 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Build-A-Bear Workshop gained 1.44 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 29.21 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Build-A-Bear Workshop to be priced at 19.23 by the end of this quarter and at 17.82 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
19.73
Daily Change
3.19%
Yearly
29.21%

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Peers Price Day Year
Build-A-Bear Workshop 19.73 0.61 3.19% 29.21%
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Five Below 138.22 2.52 1.86% -25.88%
Hasbro 87.08 1.09 1.26% -9.27%
Hibbett Sports 52.70 1.60 3.12% -39.65%
MarineMax 42.46 0.85 2.03% -18.09%
Mattel 24.72 0.76 3.17% 16.55%
Office Depot 39.64 0.58 1.48% -8.62%
Renren 28.19 0.02 0.07% 132.02%
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Signet Jewelers 60.13 -0.86 -1.41% -0.74%
Sportsman's Warehouse 9.87 0.10 0.97% -44.45%
Container Store 7.54 0.05 0.60% -44.43%
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Indexes Price Day Year
US2000 1888 49.66 2.70% -16.80%

Build-A-Bear Workshop
Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. primarily operates specialty stores that provide a make your own stuffed animal interactive entertainment experience in which guests, with the help of the Company's associates, visit a variety of stations to assemble and customize a stuffed animal. It has three segments. Direct-to-consumer segment includes the operations of corporately managed locations and other retail delivery operations in the United States, Canada, China, Ireland and the United Kingdom, including its e-commerce sites. Commercial segment includes the Company's transactions with other businesses, mainly consisting of licensing the Company's intellectual properties for third-party use and wholesale activities. International franchising segment includes the licensing activities of the Company's franchise agreements with store locations in Asia, Australia, the Middle East, Africa and South America. It has approximately 355 corporately managed stores and 72 internationally franchised stores.