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Martin Baccardax talks European markets, Bitcoin, Netflix, JC Penney and previews the opening of trading on Wall Street
Wall Street made a slight recovery on Friday.
What are Americans swiping their credit cards for?
Here's the less-than-obvious take on Starbucks.
Recent trademark filings show the online retail giant is looking to attack the growing meal kit business.
Some quick hits to ponder as you get ready for that second cup of Morning Joe -- and by that I mean coffee, not the program. PayPal & Visa have struck a deal for PayPal to offer a debit card in Europe. Ah, Cashless Consumption continues to gain gro...
It may be due for a pullback, and the company could feel the effects of Amazon.
Speaking of retail, as I do at length in my opener, there is a lot of interest in JC Penney based on frequent discussion in our Comments Section. After the close of trading yesterday, JC Penney announced the abrupt departure of its CFO. Needless to ...
Without them, retail groups are at the mercy of short-sellers.
The Senate's delay provokes a selloff in healthcare, pulling the Nasdaq further into the red.
Amazon, Costco and Walmart are all there really is out there.
Apple has amazing brand loyalty; the lack of it cost a retail CEO his job.
Amazon is changing the game.
Let's just be real here on both companies.
This guy is great. He just predicted we'll all have more time to play.
Not every retailer is going away, and some are bargains at the moment.
As Foot Locker and Vera Bradley have shown, a solid balance sheet offers no assurance of keeping a stock price from sagging.
JCPenney shares were up 0.45% premarket Friday following a New York Post report
The iPhone 8 is somewhat of a letdown, at least judging by several leaked photos.
Stocks could be due for a breather, thanks to what's happening in the Oval Office.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said investors should worry about Dick's Sporting Goods' business.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer would have liked a better forecast from TJX Companies TJX.
The beaten-up retailer is getting its act together from an operating standpoint and there are encouraging signs on the financial front, too.