Home Depot reported Q2 earnings results this week, and the company is back on track, to put it mildly. After a disappointing first quarter (though not nearly as disappointing as rival Lowe’s), the Home Depot beat Wall Street expectations while realizing record quarterly revenue of $30.5 billion and seeing an 8.0% rise in comparable store sales. Team orange is feeling so good about the results that it boosted its guidance for the year – comp sales are now expected to finish up 5.3% with revenue up 7.0%.

Next week, we’ll see whether Lowe’s rallied in Q2 when it releases earnings on Wednesday.

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