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Tiffany will report numbers before the bell -- will its big holiday quarter sparkle?
Activists seem to be lurking everywhere -- and boards are listening to them.
Here are the sectors that will see material gains and losses from heavy weather.
RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace says he's avoiding homebuilders for now but the utilities group is heating up as temperatures continue to drop.
Darden Restaurants, the brand group that controls U.S. seafood chain Red Lobster, says it could either spin off the brand or sell it outright, possibly to a private equity firm.
Sardar Biglari has been fighting for change at Cracker Barrel for years while Darden Restaurants puts Red Lobster up for sale.
Darden Restaurants reports quarterly results before the bell Thursday. Nike and Carnival Cruise Lines are also set to report. TheStreet's Jim Cramer makes a taper play.
FedEx has been expecting a busy holiday season due to the increase in online shopping. RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace tells TheStreet's Brittany Umar the company's earnings report will be a key retail indicator.
It's a big week for retailers and homebuilders with a slew of big names reporting -- including Toll Brothers, Hovnanian, Costco and Lululemon.
As the housing recovery continues and interest rates rise, Jim Cramer says Toll Brothers' quarterly report next week is a key one to watch.
The lion's share of the U.S. housing market is still in recovery mode.
The casual-dining sector is offering a number of stretched valuations, most notably in Red Robin.
Restaurant weakness means more people are cooking at home says Real Money Pro Contributor Chis Versace. Here's how to trade the group.
Red Robin's rich valuation does not seem sustainable under these conditions.
The market's reaction to Fed developments is less than shocking.
A plethora of data are on tap, as well as more Washington verbiage