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European stocks are expected to drift lower Thursday and pull Wall Street futures into the red.
Amazon should remain the dominant outlet for holiday shopping, and UPS will help do the delivering.
Will the latest edition of Under Armour's Curry line prove the brand has started to innovate?
Brooks Running is fresh off a good quarter on the back of people clamoring for running sneakers. CEO James Weber doesn't' see the momentum ending anytime soon.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Under Armour's earnings on Tuesday.
Little has transpired since I left for lunch. However, a strong bid has come into retail. Home Depot , Kohl's , Nordstrom , Foot Locker and Nike have been flying higher. My only long, Dillard's, Inc , is +$1.60. I have been adding on weakness.
Check out the most iconic shoes that have burned a hole through your wallet.
The two athletic footwear and apparel makers are struggling to find their footing and aren't worth running out to buy.
The blue-chip index has awakened in October. Keep an eye on Home Depot, Visa and Nike.
Here are 3 stocks that may outperform if the blue chips can maintain this pace.
Retailers' e-commerce strategies are expensive and generally don't work.
Dow and S&P 500 move slightly deeper into record territory on 30th anniversary of the 1987 crash.
This is the kind of action you get when you have a real bull market.
Nike's recent selloff provides a low-risk entry point for a high-quality, market-leading company.
As always, you have to follow the money.
It's a good sign when the financials are leading, but that's just the beginning.
Great job by "Meet" Bret Jensen on Monday and Tuesday -- thanks, B. I made the posts below in our Comments Section after the close yesterday. I would not be bottom fishing on the long side in Nike : dougie kass • 16 hours ago Nike nearly -$4 f...
Leaked details of the GOP tax reform plan shows big tax cuts for companies and individuals.
4pm wrap up. Thanks to everyone who participated in the Daily Diary today. Lots of lively chatter despite the second day of what has been a dull market so far this week. Market indices end pretty much flat. Technology recoups about half its just ove...
This is how the NFL's sponsors are responding to political protests on the field.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Monday's trending stocks.
Earnings from Nike and Micron are expected Tuesday.