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There is some rare good news from the retail sector, courtesy of Foot Locker and Hibbett Sports . The latter report was particularly impressive, which is why its shares are up more than 20% in premarket trading. The sporting goods retailer is seeing...
In terms of sector price movement today: * FANGs continue to extend recent gains. * Retail has picked up a bid late in the day. Walmart Dillard's and Foot Locker are upside features. * Big Pharma stronger -- led by Merck ,Bristol-Myers Squibb , Lil...
Companies in the apparel, retail and restaurant sectors could be dumped even more than they have been as 2017 wraps up.
Little has transpired since I left for lunch. However, a strong bid has come into retail. Home Depot , Kohl's , Nordstrom , Foot Locker and Nike have been flying higher. My only long, Dillard's, Inc , is +$1.60. I have been adding on weakness.
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