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Sears Holdings, Destination Maternity and Hibbett Sports, though in different areas of retail, all have had rough rides.
It was a mixed start to the week.
It is hard to see how the troubled retailer pulls out of the death spiral in which it finds itself.
Some indicators suggest the pace of the tool maker's advance could slow, which may translate into some sideways price action.
It's a wonder to me how split this market really is.
Combining online sales with bricks-and-mortar traffic improves the odds for some.
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I believe the recent optimism surrounding Sears Holdings is unjustified. Sales have halved in the last seven years. During that period, debt net of cash has risen from $2.1 billion to $4.1 billion. Since 2007 the retailer has burned about $500 milli...
Wall Street churn around the flatline for much of the day before settling higher.
There are nearly too many surging sectors to count.
Think of it as a consumer-products company, like Gillette.
The once-proud retailer's debt and pension obligations and its customer losses are just too great to overcome.
Experience has shown me that there's too much risk in SHOS.
Newell Brands will report its fourth-quarter earnings results Monday before markets open.
The toolmaker's acquisition of the Craftsman brand should help push its profits and share price up in 2017.
U.S. stocks sink into the red on Thursday as disappointing holiday sales tank retail names.
Here's a window into what institutional investors may be doing and how to profit from that.
A series of questions denigrated an amazing company.
The markets are nervous again, but investors should look at fundamentals.
Shares of the household hardware provider were rising on news of a $1.95 billion acquisition.
Stanley Black & Decker delights investors with news of its $1.95 billion deal to acquire Newell Brands' tools division.