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Wednesday's history-making rally lost steam on Thursday, with markets struggling to remain in record territory.
This column's subjects are Mattel and Sears and the ramifications for the consumer, the retail sector and the jobs markets of what happens to Sears. 1. I have followed both companies for several decades. A few years ago Mattel lost the all-importan...
Mattel's new line of action figures were released exclusively to Walmart stores in the U.S. this month, and consumers immediately started comparing the toys to Hasbro's figures.
Kids are asking for them and parents are struggling to find them. We run down the most popular toys of 2016.
TheStreet uncovered a few stocks that are featured prominently in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
And they are both taking on Amazon by making it easier to shop online.
U.S. stocks ended Thursday in the red after crude oil closes under $51 a barrel.
Like Keynes, you've got to be able to change your mind when the facts change.
Jim Cramer says Mattel is setup well heading into the all-important holiday shopping season.
On Wednesday, October 19, investors will get quarterly results from Morgan Stanley and remarks from a number of Federal Reserve officials.
A close below $29 on MAT will put the bears in control.
Investors will get a slew of earnings reports from major companies and a host of Federal Reserve speakers during the week of Oct. 17.
I like HAS on this weakness, but it may be time to 'ungrandfather' from NFLX.
Wall Street had more than enough to digest on Thursday after an avalanche of earnings reports from industry titans ranging from GM to American Express.
The competition is deepening between Mattel and Hasbro, according to TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
The big question for Wednesday April 20, will be whether Barbie can help Mattel beat bleak expectations.
Hasbro proved the skeptics wrong and posted strong earnings from its 'Star Wars' business
Hasbro, maker of board games such as Monopoly and Star Wars lightsaber, has made it fun for investors over the last year.
Days like this will make you think red is the new black.
The companies first and second among S&P stocks Tuesday.
U.S. stocks bottomed out at session lows on Tuesday as oil tumbled and earnings from energy giants BP and Exxon Mobil led the energy sector in a selloff.
It's among the S&P 500's biggest gainers today, and investors should expect more upside ahead.