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Who would want to sell short in this environment?
It appears to have potential after 7 months of sideways movement and an ugly end to October.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Russell 2000 closed at fresh record highs Wednesday.
Here are my midday takeaways and observations: A couple more days like this and the December rate hike by the Federal Reserve will be off the table. Respectfully, as Grandma Koufax might say to my Republican friends, "As far as the market goes, be c...
Bed Bath & Beyond is quite unpopular, but the stock is incredibly cheap.
The rancor and the nature of the debate are putting a lid on stocks.
It appears the company's discounting and desire to turn over inventory are impacting its bottom line.
And what happened to all those predicting a surprise rate hike?
Shares of the home-goods retailer were reversing course despite posting underwhelming quarterly earnings.
Bed Bath and Beyond reported weaker-than-expected fiscal second quarter results on both the top and bottom lines.
U.S. stocks rose on Thursday, fueled by the Federal Reserve's decision Wednesday to keep interest rates lower for longer.
Bed Bath & Beyond needs to spend more on its online sales, as opposed to buying back stock, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Central banks take center stage on Wednesday, September 21.
With the holidays ahead, there is reason for optimism for this retail stock.
5 important things to keep an eye on over the next 5 days
The Federal Reserve takes center stage for the week of September 19.
Two consolidators are emerging once again in the retail space heading into the holiday season.
We know, from the number Dick's reported this morning, that a lot of the sales has gone over to Dick's.
We also look at the charts of GoPro, Ambarella and Bed, Bath and Beyond.
At Home Group debuted on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday. Its CEO Lee Bird takes TheStreet's Brian Sozzi behind the scenes of its home decor business.
The company will have an uphill climb to please its new investors.
Retailer's 1.1% yield is hardly enough income protection from further share price declines.
On Wednesday, June 22, investors await testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and earnings from Bed Bath & Beyond BBBY.
BBBY buys online home good retailer One Kings Lane.
My thanks to James Gentile for substituting for me yesterday. Here are my takeaways and observations from yesterday's session: It was Groundhog Day on Wall Street again. We finished down, but well off of the session lows. I did no trading. The U.S. ...
Wall Street made its best effort to extend a three-day winning streak into a fourth session but last-minute moves toward the flatline weren't enough on Thursday.
It's fair to ask how so many people failed to foresee the recent downturn in business prospects for Apple (AAPL), the earnings disappointment at Disney (DIS) or this week's "Retail Wreck." As a partial explanation, I'd like to review my own analysis...