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Stocks of mid-tier and discount retailers continue to lag the high end.
Jim Cramer says dollar stores are doing incredibly well right now due to a major secular change.
Hewlett-Packard stock is higher following positive fiscal third-quarter results which were largely driven by a surge in PC sales.
Retail is punk. By Gary Dvorchak Similar to many of you, one of my morning rituals is to watch the headline roll for small tiles to put into the mosaic. Lone headlines can be interesting, but when they start to relate that can sometimes create insig...
Economic data, retail earnings and geopolitical worries will be front and center for investors and traders in the week ahead.
Expect a wave of consolidation in the consumer sector over the next 12 months.
There's a lot to like here -- but it does remains a show-me story.
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are flat this morning. European stocks are generally unchanged as well, though they started in the red. Nikkei is up 0.46% Ongoing pension allocation chatter buoyed the regions bourse. Outperforming groups i...
Just look at Icahn's newly disclosed stake in Family Dollar.
The Family Dollar Stores are in need of a major turnaround amidst declining sales and profits.
Home sales and mortgage lending are declining into the spring buying season.
Recent earthquake activity in California may foreshadow a more worrisome quake to strike soon.
From a blowout quarter at Michael Kors to Dollar General's plans to open 700 stores, there are some bizarre things happening in the U.S. economy.
Fresh insights on the numbers from Target, A&F and Dollar Tree.
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.