|Day Low/High||15.64 / 16.16|
|52 Wk Low/High||11.57 / 22.57|
I always make my 12-month target prices based on data rather than opinion.
An apparel giant, a carpet maker, a software firm and a provider of social entertainment apps turn in favorable results.
I would not be surprised if we see a bout of profit-taking in the near future given the sharpness of the recent rebound.
Chatham Lodging Trust and HanesBrands offer nice payouts while waiting out the current market storm.
Santa is on his way... A lot of pressure on the jolly fellow this year.
Today's headlines may bring uncertainty, but this sector still looks good.
The pullback in Hanesbrands represents a nice chance to own an outstanding long-term performer at a bargain valuation.
The free market is going to take back control of interest rates.
Firms that adapted to hard times are now doing exponentially better.
Until they realize the secular shift away from malls, retail names are just playing the victim.
This company found the story to be told and went with it.
It was a volatile end to the week after federal investigators reopened a case into Hillary Clinton's email server.
U.S. stocks were once again in the red after a choppy morning Tuesday as a sales warning from Under Armour dragged down other apparel stocks.
It appears the Brexit-triggered panic is subsiding as markets begin to rebound.
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The job market in January showed gains, but here is why you should be concerned by that report.
Welcome to Jobs Report Friday! Bret Jensen here. As always, I'm happy to be standing in for Doug Kass. I'm sure we're going to have lots of commentary on this last trading day of the week. We'll get the always-critical U.S. nonfarm payrolls report a...
PVH and Ralph Lauren are feeling retailers' pain, though underwear maker Hanesbrands is holding its own.