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Hewlett-Packard stock is higher following positive fiscal third-quarter results which were largely driven by a surge in PC sales.
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Just look at Icahn's newly disclosed stake in Family Dollar.
It's too soon to step back into these names. By Ed Ponsi Last year, I really liked the dollar stores. I figured that the squeezed consumer had worked his way down from low-end retailers such as Wal-Mart (WMT) to the bottom of the barrel and would li...
The Family Dollar Stores are in need of a major turnaround amidst declining sales and profits.
As parts of the U.S. prepare for a "snowbomb" this week, Walmart investors should be preparing for a first quarter "bomb" when Walmart reports earnings.
Shares of Dollar General are lower after posting quarterly results which missed forecasts and issued guidance lower than what Wall Street was expecting.
Aeropostale is set to report this morning, hoping to avoid deeper losses, while Dollar General is looking to continue its roll.
High-end retailers and discounters are greatly outperforming the mid-tier.
Several stocks in the discount-variety space look poised to move higher.
Wait for fundamental economic/fiscal shifts before being a contrarian.
Private equity firms including KKR and Goldman's PE arm sold the last of their stock in the discount retailer; Restoration Hardware's CEO is out to get 'Lucky' and Jim Cramer picks a rebound stock for '14.
Our real-life financial services Batman tackles a retail Goliath.
The menswear retailer reports earnings, along with Kroger and Dollar General, and Cramer's got his engine all revved up for search.
The first full week of the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season will be a busy one for retail earnings.
Jill Malandrino and Andrew Krill preview the week ahead with the November jobs report due Friday.