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If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working? --Tuco the Ugly, "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" Speaking of the subject du jour -- drugs -- the market appears to be on Quaaludes. Yet another day of modest price changes, with a few exc...
U.S. stocks moved slightly lower on Thursday as investors anxiously await remarks from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Friday.
The discount dollar stores quarterly results disappoint, while Tiffany beats profit forecasts.
Discount retailers take center stage on Thursday, August 25.
Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Dollar Tree and Dollar General released on Thursday before the markets open.
For the week of August 22, investors will be watching a slew of corporate earnings and a key speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
WMT's consistent traffic gains provide confidence in its sales potential for the all-important holiday selling season.
Yesterday's close gave a big clue that may have gone unnoticed.
Macy's plans to close stores and Jim Cramer thinks the stock is one to trade.
This is the first big disappointment of the earnings season.
It's a pretty broad spectrum, but they've definitely arrived.
Jim Cramer is fond of Walmart shares even as Amazon tries to go head-to-head with the retail giant.
Because retail has become such a fast-moving industry (at least when it comes to stock price), a quick "price check" is worthwhile
DG looks like it is headed to $100 in the intermediate term.
Dollar Tree and Dollar General are among BTIG's top picks for 2016, largely because of their resistance to economic downturns.
With less than an hour to go before the last trading day ahead of Memorial Day weekend, we're looking at a slight upward bias for the opening based on what the futures are showing. Some things to check out this morning: Ulta Salon (ULTA) After the b...
And their stock prices are now reflecting those wins.
Jim Cramer likes shares of both Dollar Tree and Dollar General and you'll never guess what he buys when he goes into one of them.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of May 23, we still have a couple more companies reporting.
Watching the downfall of the retailer through the lens of a smartphone.
Today and yesterday are good examples of the fondness of crowds, and that buyers live higher and sellers live lower. Stocks closed at the day's highs, despite a reversal in the price of crude oil and some weak domestic data and disappointing retail ...
Changing retail habits and economic bottlenecks will hit the sector this earnings season.