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The S&P 500 erased all year-to-date gains as stock losses deepened on Thursday.
Jim Cramer says while American Eagle and Urban Outfitters had good quarters, Cramer said he is focused on comments made by the president of Urban Outfitters.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Wednesday May 18, a handful of retailers are scheduled to post their latest financial results.
Target's profit report will be a good indicator of the health of consumer spending, according to Jharonne Martis, Director of Consumer Research at Thomson Reuters.
Teen retailers are chasing a moving target as they try to reach consumers amid weak mall traffic and changing tastes.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Wednesday Mar. 2, on the earnings front, investors will likely focus on Abercrombie along with American Eagle and Costco.
J.C. Penney shares are up 18% this year, despite extreme negative sentiment in the stock including over a third of the shares being sold short.
A stock rally quickly faded Friday as both China and the possibility of a March rate hike dampened enthusiasm over a huge increase in U.S. jobs.
In branded vs. unbranded apparel, discounters are doing better.
Apparel business is tough, but AEO has its claws in good strategy.
For Wednesday December 2, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from American Eagle Outfitters (AEO), Box (BOX), and Aeropostale (ARO).
For the week of November 30, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Bob Evans Farms (BOBE), Box (BOX), Aeropostale (ARO), Dollar General (DG), Ambarella (AMBA), Kroger (KR), and Five Below (FIVE).
Consumers are still spending, they're just doing it differently.
A rally in energy stocks pushed markets modestly higher to close out Tuesday's session.
For Wednesday, August 19, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Lowe's (LOW), Target (TGT), Staples (SPLS), American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) and L Brands (LB).
For the week of August 17, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Estee Lauder (EL), Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS), Home Depot (HD), Walmart (WMT), Staples (SPLS), Target (TGT) and more.
Its so-so earnings and big real estate deal both highlight the state of the merchant trade.
Four companies that should do well, including my 'sleeper' hit of the season.
Personal income and outlays are up, but consumer confidence isn't and many retail stocks are so-so at best.
The retail group remains perched below resistance of a new and bullish five-month flat base. Here are a few of my retail picks.