In the past, home improvement stores were typically run by companies with a very high turnover.
That meant the cost of a home improvement purchase was relatively low.
But with the rise of online shopping, many home improvement companies have been struggling to compete.
They have been forced to raise prices and to reduce the number of items on their shelves, and they have lost customers.
One major company that has had to adjust its business model is Texas Home Improvement, a division of Houston-based Home Depot.
This year, the company said it was closing about 2,000 of its stores across the country, and the company’s stock price fell more than 50 percent.
Texas Home also has been battling a slump in the oil and gas industry.
While Texas Home had a rough year in 2016, its stock price recovered a bit this year.
It rose nearly 10 percent in early 2018 to $36.96.
But then Texas Home reported its first loss of the year, as it announced that it had sold almost half of its $2.4 billion portfolio.
The company is now trading at $16.96 per share, down from $35.94 in February.
The losses come at a time when the overall market is recovering, and there’s a clear market recovery in the energy sector.
But the market is not expected to recover as quickly as the energy industry.
According to a recent survey by Bloomberg Intelligence, a research firm, more than half of the companies in the US are down at least 10 percent over the past year.
While the stock market’s drop is not as dramatic as the housing market, it is still significant, and it suggests that many of the same factors that drove the housing downturn are still driving the market downturn.
It also suggests that while the stock markets are not recovering as fast as the oil industry, they are still recovering.
TexasHome said in a statement that it is continuing to focus on its “focus on home improvement, with the focus on the lowest cost, best value product, and service.”
The company’s CEO, John C. Hines, said that the company will continue to focus “on customer needs and needs of the community, and our goal is to do everything possible to be a leader in the industry.”
But Hines said the company has a “long road ahead” to recovery.
He said that while it has “many long-term challenges ahead” for the company, he believes that the “resilience and the momentum that we’ve seen over the last three to four years is what’s going to be the best path forward.”
Texas Home declined to say how many stores it has closed or how many people were laid off.
In an interview with the Financial Times, Hines cited the “unparalleled challenges of a volatile global economy” as a reason for the decision to close.
But, he said, “there’s an element of resilience.”