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U.S. stocks slid Monday on renewed worries the Federal Reserve could raise rates sooner than Wall Street anticipates.
U.S. stocks picked up steam at the start of Friday’s session as the economy grew more than expected during the fourth quarter.
The beleaguered clothing retailer appears ready to go on a shopping spree for its own shares.
Struggling retailers Sears Holdings and Gap report earnings on Thursday capping off what’s been a difficult year for them both.
At 2:15 p.m. things appeared quite panicky. Just look at iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond (TLT), which was up $2.75 with the yield on the 10- and 30-year bonds down by another 12 basis points; the drop in crude oil, which was down $1 to under $30 a ba...
TheStreet's Jim Cramer talked about retail stocks Gap and Macy's on Monday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Involvement by activist investors will likely force the retailer to take value-boosting actions.
Next up are some very compelling 4%-plus accidental high yielders.
U.S. stocks closed out their worst beginning to the year in history.
It was good to stand in for Doug Kass today even though it ended up being an ugly end to an ugly opening trading week for 2016. Markets gave up an early rally to close down as confidence is just plain lacking in this market, especially heading into ...
Wall Street's early rally has faded, and it's going to be interesting how markets do once Europe has closed. Today's stocks of note include The Gap (GPS), where dismal comps have shares down some 10%. Barracuda Networks (CUDA) is also getting shella...
Nonfarm payrolls show the economy is ready for Fed rate hikes.
The Shanghai Composite Stock Index closed higher by 2% after a volatile day of trade that saw circuit breakers lifted by Chinese regulators.
U.S. stocks pared the worst of the day's losses on Thursday, though remained in the red after another rout on Chinese markets.
Gap, Lululemon and Whole Foods are stagnating and could benefit from changes at the top.
Too many clothes: Every woman's dream and every retailer's worst nightmare.
In branded vs. unbranded apparel, discounters are doing better.
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.