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Last week, L Brands , a quality retailer that operates Victoria's Secret and Bath and Body Works, released a sales warning. On Wednesday, Costco released its monthly sales, up 2%. While there are attempts to dress up a pig, the numbers were not good...
Today there was a virtual vacuum of good news in the stock market.
L Brands lowered its third-quarter expectations ahead of its analyst day Tuesday.
Investors should pay attention to Macy's and Kohl's in the wake of L Brands earnings preannouncement, says Jim Cramer.
A signaled earnings miss by L Brands is another strike against the retail sector. In my broadly defined consumer discretionary sector I remain long only special situation and speculative turnaround candidate J.C. Penney and short Disney, , General M...
Forecasts for a chilly winter make apparel stocks a good buy.
Banks, retailers and restaurants should be on fire, but instead they're burning down.
Stocks rally and then get smacked down in this inconsistent atmosphere.
Don't be surprised to see LB decline back into the $70-$65 area.
All I can say is, this group needs to snap out of its funk, or the stocks will just get worse.
Why can't Abercrombie and Aeropostale get it together?
The L Brands upgrade by Goldman Sachs is right on target, says Jim Cramer.
Retailers' results show that differentiation is the key to this new environment.
The moving average convergence divergence (MACD) has now curled up to a buy signal.
Crude oil prices continue to rise, and Chesapeake Energy stock soars as a director purchases more shares.
Retail earnings and Federal Reserve speakers will be in focus for the week of August, 15.
And more on what that means for first-time home-buying trends.
Upgrade on a stock that's been down can lift the whole group.
Chipotle, Wendy's on the bull side and gold stocks on the bear side.
Costco and Zumiez were able to benefit from their strong June comps, while Walgreens Buckle and L Brands went the other way.
The economy's fundamentals, as well as corporate earnings growth, look better now than at the beginning of the year.
Ralph Lauren needs to steal a page from L Brands' playbook, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.