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J.C. Penney's home furnishings merchandise could be hurt by Amazon's push into the furniture space,
Before Friday's market open, J.C. Penney reported a first-quarter net loss of 38 cents a share
What's best for business is robots.
Action, such as it was, didn't alter market trend.
Stocks hold losses as a selloff in Snap pulls the rest of the tech sector lower.
J.C. Penney releases quarterly earnings on Friday and the expectations are very low, according to TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
What doesn't this company think of?
Hurry up and get that ticket to Washington, DC.
The North Face is a gem in the sluggish apparel space.
Company profits from a Facebook/Instagram/Snap world.
If a stock price is supposed to predict a company's future profits, then J.C. Penney's bottom line could be under siege for most of the year
"It aint the heat, its the humility." - Yogi Berra With 90 minutes to go in the trading session volatility is getting crushed and, arguably, euphoria is advancing as fear has left the building. Leadership remains narrow as the largest tech stocks ((...
Combining online sales with bricks-and-mortar traffic improves the odds for some.
More rewards, more spending; a pretty simple equation for American Express.
"Doug Kass wrote an article today about how he fears the lack of fear in this market. I agree with Doug that lack of fear is an issue, but it goes further than that. What this market has missed for quite some time is strong emotion. There may not be...
Investors will likely stay on edge, with confidence falling.
This week I sensed a possible turn higher in the retail space when looking at the technicals. Though I didn't execute, today is the retail rally -- with JC Penney Home Depot Nordstrom Macy's Target Foot Locker and Kohl's roaring ahead.
I am not going to publish "Takeaways" today as I still cant see clearly from my afternoon eye exam. Retail, with a pushback on the border adjustment tax (BAT), thrived -- led by J.C. Penney Target Foot Locker Nordstrom and Kohl's . (T)FANG remar...
Dying Sears still holds about a 19% market share of the U.S. appliance industry.
The markets have become too enthusiastic, and now it's time to pay for it.
The list of struggling retailers grows longer.
"In a paperless and cloudy world, are investors and citizens as safe as the markets assume we are?" -- Kass Diary, Wall Street Blues (today) Unfortunately, my quote this morning proved too prescient as another horrific terrorist attack occurred in ...
Risk happens fast. Most don't short and shouldn't short -- it's a game that requires volumes of risk control. However, I would continue to maintain well above-average cash positions. Today was not a benign event, in my view. Nor was it likely a ...
Wall Street ends mixed with stocks given little reason to pull in any one direction until the Federal Reserve makes its announcement Wednesday.
J.C. Penney is looking to capitalize on the housing market