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U.S. stocks opened higher Friday as November job growth was almost exactly as economists had predicted.
To cut or not to cut. That is what OPEC must decide at today's meeting in Vienna.
That may be good for family harmony, but not for traditional retailers.
Eye-opening in-store discounts do not bode well for some stocks.
The S&P 500 closed out its best week of the year after Federal Reserve talk gave investors more clarity as to when a rate hike could occur.
ECB President Mario Draghi says the bank is prepared to act quickly to boost inflation.
For Thursday November 19, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from J.M. Smucker (SJM), Best Buy (BBY) and Gap (GPS).
For the week of November 16, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Walmart (WMT), Home Depot (HD), Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS), Lowe's (LOW), Target (TGT), Foot Locker (FL) and more.
Both stocks are hurting today, and retailers look weak in general.
Use XRT puts as a way to position for more retail sales disappointment.
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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.
And four other things you need to know now.
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.