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Credit Suisse says iPhone isn’t selling as well as expected and Valeant sees no change in sales since the recent controversies over its business practices.
Expect more of the same from big-box names like The Gap: crummy same-store sales that don't inspire anyone to do any buying.
In Thursday's Analysts' Actions, one Wall Street firm is giving all its attention to L Brands (LB), Gap (GPS) and Ralph Lauren (RL).
Results from Dunkin', Brinker and Chipotle give us a read on major retailers.
Stocks were slightly higher in midday trading Friday, though struggled to hold onto significant gains.
Could ill-fitting clothes be the reason for weak sales at Banana Republic? Gap (GPS) CEO Art Peck seems to think so.
In Wednesday's Analysts' Actions, analysts make some bearish calls on Gap (GPS) and some price target changes on Lowe's (LOW) and Discovery Communications (DISCA).
U.S. stocks opened higher Wednesday as Asian markets rebound.
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In Thursday's Analysts' Actions, one Wall Street firm is hesitant to upgrade Apple (AAPL) and other firms start coverage of L Brands (LB) and The Gap (GPS).
The stock trades as if women will never buy clothes again.
A Labor Day weekend mall crawl reveals a lot about the sector.
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.