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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.
Doing homework on the downtrodden group is worthwhile, but it isn't time to make purchases.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Wednesday May 18, a handful of retailers are scheduled to post their latest financial results.
Target's profit report will be a good indicator of the health of consumer spending, according to Jharonne Martis, Director of Consumer Research at Thomson Reuters.
For the week of May 16, earnings season is starting to slow down but investors will still have a few more retailer results to digest.
We are now looking at the $60-$50 area as the next potential support zone for LB.
U.S. stocks ended mixed as a rally in consumer and health care countered the drag from the energy and materials sectors.
U.S. stocks were slightly lower, retreating from earlier gains, as focus turned to Friday's April jobs report.
Mo' Apple (AAPL). Apple, are you Sirius (SIRI)? Food for thought from a leading economic voice, Larry Lindsey. Makes me want to buy gold on weakness! Staying short Tesla (TSLA) and bearish on Elon "P.T. Barnum" Musk. Thanks for the big response ...
But we may just get a perfect number, showing growth, but spooking the Fed.
This brand seemed immune from mall weakness, but not anymore.
Teen retailers are chasing a moving target as they try to reach consumers amid weak mall traffic and changing tastes.
Shares of L Brands, the parent company of Victoria's Secret, could struggle to come back from the 'neckline' for a fourth time.
Jim Cramer says that while Goldman is very negative on shares of L Brands right now, the owner of Victoria's Secret may be one to watch.
Verizon may emerge as the leading bidder for Yahoo!'s core assets as well as Yahoo Japan.
LB still needs more accumulation before a more sustained uptrend gets under way.
Both companies are relying on revenue and earnings from a corporate client base they are also competing with.