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Gap (GPS) is struggling as the clothing retailer reports another month of disappointing sales.
U.S. stocks extended heavy losses as investors digested a mixed August jobs report as Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker made the case for higher interest rates.
In Friday's analysts' actions, Wall Street firms are focused on retailers The Gap (GPS) and L Brands (LB), along with medical device maker Medtronic (MDT).
U.S. markets opened lower on Friday following a disappointing August jobs report which showed that employers added just 173,000 new jobs in the month.
For Thursday, August 20, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Hewlett Packard (HPQ), The Gap (GPS) and Ross Stores (ROST).
Tiffany, Gap and A&F aren't too promising as earnings approach.
LendingClub’s (LC) stock is down almost 45% so far in 2015, yet it still sells at more than 17 times sales.
U.S. stocks opened lower Tuesday as China devalues its currency as the country's leaders worry about an economic slowdown.
With the morning rush now firmly behind us, it's time to settle into some non-Twitter, non-Buffett conversation. One of the company's that I've been bullish on of late is Alibaba (BABA), and in case you're wondering, the recommendation has moved aga...
In Monday's Analysts' Actions, retailers are getting a lot of attention.
Four companies that should do well, including my 'sleeper' hit of the season.
The overall back to school season might disappoint, as many forecasters are predicting just a slight increase in same-store sales.
Personal income and outlays are up, but consumer confidence isn't and many retail stocks are so-so at best.
Forget Greece's woes, signs are pointing to big U.S. problems.
Greece, economic data and earnings reports will keep things hopping.
TD Ameritrade (AMTD) was in hot water Friday after its trading platform experienced difficulties executing orders.
The Greeks have submitted a new reform proposal asking for $59 billion to help pay debts through 2018.
We're having to be more discretionary about what we buy.
Among other things, Chipotle and Starbucks shares are going in opposite directions.
About $2.7 trillion in value has been destroyed since June 12.
There were more signs of consolidation in the health care sector as UnitedHealth (UNH) reportedly approached Aetna (AET) about a takeover deal worth more than $40 billion.
Gap (GPS) is planning to close over a quarter of its clothing stores in North America.