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These names are showing bullish and bearish technical patterns over the past week.
The prudent move is to ring the register and sell off half the position.
After a brief surge in recent months, shares have pulled back.
Earnings surprises and a $558 million bid for Finish Line say the mall sector might not be finished after all.
It's tough to find value in this market, but Express fits the bill.
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Wall Street pulled back midweek.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on the Paris climate agreement, along with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Dollar General, Express, General Motors, Deere and Lululemon .
The Dow Jones Industrial Average retreat again, its first three-day decline since January, as crude oil suffers its largest drop in more than a year.
On Wednesday, March 8, investors await quarterly results from retailer Express.
Technical indicators indicate the markets are not extended and have consolidated nicely.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average saw a record close, though just barely as a tech selloff pressured the broader market.
Gold and mining stocks are heavily represented on the bear side.
La-Z-Boy shares decline following its latest quarterly top- and bottom-line misses.
Shares of the apparel retailer were falling after an earnings whiff and outlook cut.
Express shares tumble on earnings, and Jim Cramer says it is because Express is out of touch with what the customer wants,
U.S. stocks moved higher in quiet trading Wednesday as investors look ahead to a closely-watched speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Friday.
Shares of Express were tanking in premarket trading after the apparel retailer posted worse-than-expected earnings.
These stocks show technical characteristics of changing course.
For the week of August 22, investors will be watching a slew of corporate earnings and a key speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Retailers' results show that differentiation is the key to this new environment.
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