|Day Low/High||118.30 / 122.30|
|52 Wk Low/High||80.03 / 130.24|
Walmart's China exposure is less than peers and it is kicking into high gear in competing with rivals.
We must hope this is a pause that refreshes, or we have to expect a rate cut sometime soon.
You can't start a discussion about the issue, though, without going right to the most impacted stock on earth: Apple.
Target has figured out how to beat everyone from Walmart to Amazon to everyone in and outside the mall.
I'd either wait for a breakout or retracement because we're stuck in technical limbo after today's gap higher.
TGT's efforts in e-Commerce appear to be paying dividends.
But for TGT, producing the growth to drive a higher valuation is tough.
TGT reported significant beats for first quarter EPS and revenue generation on Wednesday morning.
Target is appropriately addressing tariff concerns.
Let's check out the charts and indicators to see how far prices might go.
Target is shining while the stars of many retail stocks dim.
The economy will never function normally, or at least in a more sustainable, healthy way until repairing the yield curve is accomplished.
There has been a sharp increase in the number of participants who are anticipating the formation of a major market top.
Target CEO Brian Cornell is doing everything better -- from the stores, to the systems, to the customer acquisition, to the convenience.
Wednesday morning, it is the best of worlds and the worst of worlds! The best: Target The worst: Toll Brothers , Urban Outfitters , Qualcomm and Lowe's I am adding further to my short Index position in premarket for many of the reasons mentioned in ...
It's a key week for retail stocks, with these four well-known names all set to post quarterly results.
The reaction we're seeing in WMT stock after its results is the correct one.
I really see the dividend payment as the only reason any investor would want an equity stake in this name.
The retailer turned in stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings, but also noted that gross margins contracted.
Only economists and pundits seem to be worried about a pending crash that might never occur.