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Here are several key things to keep in mind as we dive in.
Nike beat analyst estimates by delivering 76 cents a share with $6.97 billion in revenues. Nike plans on increasing orders worldwide of clothing and shoes for delivery in the next five months.
Shares of Diamond Hill Investment Group have remained range-bound the past three months, but the under-valued, under-the-radar money-manager is set to break-out.
Lululmeon's stock price is down 16% in 2014 due to the company warning of continued production and demand issues. Brian Sozzi tells investors 3 things they need to know about the stock.
Retail sales rise 0.3% in February, the report's first gain in three months, and jobless claims dip to 315,000.
Hope for some warm weather. Meantime, J.C. Penney is smoking hot.
U.S. stocks opened fairly flat Tuesday but J.C. Penney is up smartly after a Citigroup analyst recommended buying the shares because of its nascent turnaround.
It will be a busy day for traders watching the U.S. retail sector with Urban Outfitters, Dick's, American Eaglereporting earnings. Jonathan Marino reports from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
The U.S. retail sector right now resembles a war zone but Dick's Sporting Goods is going against the grain and opening new, innovative stores.
Brian Sozzi addresses the rumors that Modell's CEO Mitch Modell went undercover at a Dick's Sporting Goods store and lists 3 takeaways from the ordeal.
After a good run, it's time to get out of Under Armour and Nike.
Stocks were kicked in the face pre- and post-Fed decision, so raise more cash now.
The continuing move to the cloud and push for software as a service are enabling TW Telecom to expand its profit margins, says Brian Clancy, Portfolio Manager for the Davidson Multi-Cap Equity Fund.
If you're keen on finding value in this space, it looks like Target is the way to go.
Home Depot, Dick's and Best Buy should all be bought on any pullbacks.
It'll be a big week for many of the nation's large retailers, with TJX Companies, JCPenney, Sears Holdings, Target and Gap just some of the names reporting earnings.
Futures are mixed ahead of the U.S. open, Amazon is raising the stakes in the e-commerce delivery game and Jim Cramer has his eye on shares of Wellpoint.