Lumber Liquidators Holdings /zigman2/quotes/202539569/composite LL +0.73% said it swung to a fourth-quarter profit of $16.4 million, or 57 cents a share, as sales rose to $273.9 million from $268.9 million. The retailer of hard-surface flooring said comparable-store sales rose 0.4% as adjusted EPS was 56 cents. Analysts polled by FactSet expected earnings of 23 cents on sales of $272 million. Lumber Liquidators issued a 2020 outlook that excluded the possible supply-chain disruptions from coronavirus, as it also expects the continuation of Section 301 tariffs at 25% on currently tariffed Chinese imports while also assuming tariff exclusions granted in 2019 on vinyl and engineered "click" product remain in effect for all of 2020 despite a currently proposed August 2020 expiration. The outlook calls for low-single-digit growth in comparable-store sales and an adjusted operating margin between 2.7% to 3.5%, compared to the 2019 adjusted operating margin of 2.3%.