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It is good to be here once again on a Friday filling in for Doug Kass. It has been an interesting and mostly up opening week for investors in 2017. We are going to touch today on some early impressions on different sectors of the market so far this ...
The bulls are in control and probably won't get tired until they reach a new plateau.
There are some good ones today, but for different reasons.
Any sign that it's getting better will take stocks a lot higher than they have gone.
Wall Street makes broad gains as investors traded on renewed certainty over an interest rate hike in December.
Retailers' results show that differentiation is the key to this new environment.
Children's Place is likely to report healthy earnings on Tuesday, according to Jharonne Martis, Director of Consumer Research at Thomson Reuters.
It has taken a ton of blows and keeps getting knocked to the canvas, but it won't stay down.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer summed up disappointing retail sales numbers by saying, ‘if it’s not going into the home, it ain’t selling.'
U.S. futures are off to an auspicious start on Monday, following a fourth straight week of gains last week.
U.S. stocks rebounded Tuesday as China lowered interest rates and loosened bank reserve requirements in an effort to prop up that country's economy and stock market.
December sales letdowns were in contrast to companies voicing confidence.
Retail is punk. By Gary Dvorchak Similar to many of you, one of my morning rituals is to watch the headline roll for small tiles to put into the mosaic. Lone headlines can be interesting, but when they start to relate that can sometimes create insig...
As the fight for equality rages on, some women have managed not only to break through the glass ceiling but to shatter it now with a pointed heel.
Costco, Children's Place and Staples all missed the mark. Costco (COST), Children's Place (PLCE) and Staples (SPLS) are conspicuous earnings misses today. So we are likely to be up, up and away this morning! I am adding to shorts despite Mr. Market'...
Stretched valuations seem to have put investor sentiment on edge.
Let's take a peek at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures up 7; Nasdaq futures up 18; Nikkei down 0.45%; China Shanghai down 0.28%; European markets up; euro down; crude up $0.45; gold dow...
The stock is priced for a much brighter outlook than the company seems to have.