Foot Locker Inc. (FL)

45.70
NYSE : Retail Trade
Prev Close 45.53
Day Low/High 45.54 / 46.20
52 Wk Low/High 33.12 / 68.00
Avg Volume 2.86M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 107.04M
Market Cap 4.87B
EPS 4.70
P/E Ratio 9.90
Div & Yield 1.52 (3.24%)
Foot Locker Is a Really Good Company, Jim Cramer Says

Foot Locker Is a Really Good Company, Jim Cramer Says

Jim Cramer says Foot Locker will be OK even though it's in the mall.

Amazon Prepares for Push Onto Blue Apron's Turf

Amazon Prepares for Push Onto Blue Apron's Turf

Recent trademark filings show the online retail giant is looking to attack the growing meal kit business.

As Amazon's Retail Ambitions Swell, Its Apparel Strategy Remains Pretty Simple

As Amazon's Retail Ambitions Swell, Its Apparel Strategy Remains Pretty Simple

The company has little need to buy a bricks-and-mortar apparel seller when its online apparel sales are performing so well.

Closing Bell: Etsy Announces More Job Cuts; Health Care Gives Nasdaq Boost

Closing Bell: Etsy Announces More Job Cuts; Health Care Gives Nasdaq Boost

The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average ended lower, retreating further from records set earlier in the week.

It's Tough to Trust Momentum Right Now

It's Tough to Trust Momentum Right Now

Some of my favorite names have been inconsistent.

Foot Locker Shares Run Flat

Foot Locker shares down 5% premarket.  This decline follow's Nike's recent headcount reduction news and greater emphasis on Direct to Consumer ... not good for Finish Line or Dick's Sporting Goods .  Very glad we punted FL shares when we did in Trif...

Closing Bell: Goldman Sachs Leads Dow to Records; Stocks Rise Ahead of Fed Decision

Closing Bell: Goldman Sachs Leads Dow to Records; Stocks Rise Ahead of Fed Decision

A two-day selloff came to a quick end as markets rebounded back into record-breaking territory.

Cramer: Which Way Is the Economy Really Headed?

Cramer: Which Way Is the Economy Really Headed?

Arguments can be made for up and down.

These Stocks Are Changing Direction

These Stocks Are Changing Direction

Finding bullish and bearish reversals in the market.

Value Shopping in Retail Isn't for the Faint of Heart

Value Shopping in Retail Isn't for the Faint of Heart

As Foot Locker and Vera Bradley have shown, a solid balance sheet offers no assurance of keeping a stock price from sagging.

Jim Cramer Talks Salesforce, Autodesk, Nvidia, IBM, Foot Locker, Gap, Ross Stores and Deere

Jim Cramer Talks Salesforce, Autodesk, Nvidia, IBM, Foot Locker, Gap, Ross Stores and Deere

TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's most talked about stocks including Salesforce, Autodesk, Nvidia, IBM, Foot Locker, Ross Stores and Deere.

Midday Report: Foot Locker's February Lull Hurts Quarter; Crude Oil Returns Above $50

Midday Report: Foot Locker's February Lull Hurts Quarter; Crude Oil Returns Above $50

Stocks continue to claw back from a mid-week selloff thanks to another jump in crude oil.

Jim Cramer: Foot Locker Was Disturbing but Don't Write It Off

Jim Cramer: Foot Locker Was Disturbing but Don't Write It Off

TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Foot Locker had a disturbing quarter.

Did Your Tax Refund Delay Cause Slower Sales for Foot Locker?

Did Your Tax Refund Delay Cause Slower Sales for Foot Locker?

Did you get your tax refund on time?

Jim Cramer: Foot Locker Could Be Like Children's Place

Jim Cramer: Foot Locker Could Be Like Children's Place

TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said quarterly results from Foot Locker could be like Children's Place.

Jim Cramer Discusses Cisco, Walmart, Alibaba, Ascena Retail and Foot Locker

Jim Cramer Discusses Cisco, Walmart, Alibaba, Ascena Retail and Foot Locker

TheStreet's Jim Cramer sheds light on Thursday's trending stocks including Cisco CSCO, Walmart WMT, Alibaba BABA, Ascena Retail ASNA and Foot Locker FL.

Cramer: Here's What's Wrong With Under Armour

Cramer: Here's What's Wrong With Under Armour

This one just sticks out like sore thumb.

Cramer: Retailers and the Mystery of Millennials

Cramer: Retailers and the Mystery of Millennials

Contemporary shopping and buying trends continue to confound established stores.

Cramer: Whole Foods Needs to Understand Only Comparable Sales Matter

Cramer: Whole Foods Needs to Understand Only Comparable Sales Matter

Comparable store sales, like organic growth numbers, don't lie.

There's Hope for Survival Among Retailers

There's Hope for Survival Among Retailers

Combining online sales with bricks-and-mortar traffic improves the odds for some.

The U.S. Consumer Is Back on Life Support; Trump's Big Tax Cut Better Happen Soon

The U.S. Consumer Is Back on Life Support; Trump's Big Tax Cut Better Happen Soon

Spending has remained sub-par this spring.

Takeaways and Observations

"The modern mind is in complete disarray. Knowledge has stretched itself to the point where neither the world nor our intelligence can find any foot-hold. It is a fact that we are suffering from nihilism." -- Albert Camus My core theme today and thi...

Cramer: Listen to the Sweet Sounds of These Numbers

Cramer: Listen to the Sweet Sounds of These Numbers

So much good news from so many companies.

Midday Report: Marcato Calls for Buffalo Wild Wings Shakeup; Amex Drives Dow Gains

Midday Report: Marcato Calls for Buffalo Wild Wings Shakeup; Amex Drives Dow Gains

A positive earnings report from Dow Jones Industrial Average component American Express did most of the work for benchmark indexes.

Cramer: Earnings Season Is Better Than Many Believe

Cramer: Earnings Season Is Better Than Many Believe

If you piece things together from what companies tell you, the picture is pretty positive.

Trifecta Stocks: 'No Man's Land' Week Adds to Seasonal Intrigue

Trifecta Stocks: 'No Man's Land' Week Adds to Seasonal Intrigue

The wide miss in the jobs number was just the latest data point confirming the slowdown of the domestic economy.

Retail Rides Back

This week I sensed a possible turn higher in the retail space when looking at the technicals. Though I didn't execute, today is the retail rally -- with JC Penney Home Depot Nordstrom Macy's Target Foot Locker and Kohl's  roaring ahead.  

A Blurry View

I am not going to publish "Takeaways" today as I still cant see clearly from my afternoon eye exam.   Retail, with a pushback on the border adjustment tax (BAT), thrived -- led by J.C. Penney Target Foot Locker Nordstrom and Kohl's .   (T)FANG remar...

Jim Cramer on L Brands: Do Not Be in Mall-Based Stores

Jim Cramer on L Brands: Do Not Be in Mall-Based Stores

TheStreet's Jim Cramer reacts to Jefferies lowering L Brands' price target.