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Sports retail earnings are showing the impact of changing customer purchase patterns, sector volatility and discounting.
The fall of Sports Authority may seem like a windfall for Dick's, but the company warns of short-term headwinds.
Increased chances of a June rate hike kept investors fearful in Thursday's trading session.
The sum of the parts is worth more than the whole, though you can't tell it from the torturous tune the market plays.
Crude prices were falling as U.S. officials believe that EgyptAir flight may have been downed by a terrorist act.
We're seeing a mix of relief as traders jump into oversold names to catch a multi-day bounce or a recovery.
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.
Monsanto could have a German buyer.
It's difficult to be optimistic about Wal-Mart's results after seeing Target's.
For the week of May 16, earnings season is starting to slow down but investors will still have a few more retailer results to digest.
The stock is up over 3.5% today and trading at new 2016 highs.
Sports Authority has decided to sell its remaining assets rather than file for bankruptcy reorganization.
Dick's will see benefits from Sports Authority closings in the second half of the year.
The right female athlete or celebrity endorser could turn around the segment's fortunes.
U.S. markets have been able to shake off investor fears following a terrorist attack in Belgium.
U.S. futures point lower as world markets react to the latest terrorist attack in Europe.
External pressure from market disruptors like AMZN and KSS are presenting an existential crisis for sports retailers.
Energy's wild rally took a pause on Tuesday while Lumber Liquidators is back in the news.
U.S. stocks opened lower on Tuesday and tracked weakness in crude oil prices.
U.S. futures are declining, putting the S&P and Dow's winning streak at risk.
And Disney enjoys a solid weekend with the opening of 'Zootopia.'
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of Mar. 7, there are several companies reporting earnings, including burger chains and retailers.
U.S. indices are down slightly despite tailwinds from rising oil prices.
Several companies will benefit from the ripple effects of the retailer's bankruptcy filing.
Today's retail market makes a late-game comeback unlikely for the privately held sporting-goods chain.
U.S. retailers are closing stores as the retail sector continues to show signs of stress.
Stocks were the best house in a bad investment neighborhood in 2015.