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Shares of the Shanghai Composite fell 5% in early trading Wednesday but closed up 1% on speculation government buyers were stepping in to prop up shares.
For Wednesday, August 19, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Lowe's (LOW), Target (TGT), Staples (SPLS), American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) and L Brands (LB).
Materials, technology and consumer staples names led the way lower.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Lowe's (LOW) as the home improvement retailer is set to post its second quarter results before the opening bell Wednesday.
Lowe’s Companies (LOW) is set to release second quarter results before the market opens on Wednesday, August 19th.
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Home Depot (HD) reported second quarter earnings on Tuesday that were in line with Wall Street estimates.
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Among other things, Chipotle and Starbucks shares are going in opposite directions.
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Let's say the chances of a deal on Greece are 50-50.
In Tuesday's Analysts' Actions, TheStreet highlights a positive coverage initiation on Fitbit (FIT) as well as a couple of rating changes on Lowe's (LOW) and Abercrombie & Fitch Co. (ANF).
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In Monday's Analysts' Actions, TheStreet highlights a lower rating on Micron Technology (MU) and SanDisk (SNDK), while Lowe's Companies (LOW) get an upgrade to OUTPERFORM.
Retailers have an opportunity to benefit from the strengthening consumer, especially if the housing market rebounds, one economist said.
I don't want the central bank to be late on raising rates, but there's harm in being early.
On Wednesday, May 27 we await quarterly results from Michael Kors (KORS), Tiffany & Co. (TIF), Toll Brothers (TOL), DSW (DSW), Costco Wholesale Corp (COST), and Palo Alto Networks (PANW).
But worrisome retail trends are becoming embedded.
New starts rise may be more of a snap back than sustainable upturn.
Cutthroat competition is good for customers, but not shareholders.