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Tiffany rose Friday after being upgraded to OUTPERFORM by analysts at Cowen
Adidas needs to get its own act together, and UA founder Kevin Plank would need the company pried out of his hands.
The environment for retail should continue to improve as we head into a seasonally strong part of the year.
Tiffany & Co. is suffering from a tourism slump and it will rebound once more travelers hit the road, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Shares of Tiffany were higher Thursday after posting second quarter results which beat on the bottom line, but missed on the top line.
Stocks turned higher by late morning as Federal Reserve members headed to Jackson Hole, Wyo., for their closely-watched summer summit.
The discount dollar stores quarterly results disappoint, while Tiffany beats profit forecasts.
Discount retailers take center stage on Thursday, August 25.
For the week of August 22, investors will be watching a slew of corporate earnings and a key speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Retailers' results show that differentiation is the key to this new environment.
Sellers have far outnumbered buyers among officers and directors of companies.
A short take on Tiffany and Abercrombie & Fitch into earnings, this month.
A strong close could indicate the start of another tradeable short-term rally in the jeweler.
For patient Tiffany investors a very low risk entry opportunity is not far off.
A good management makes all the difference for performance.
Wall Street's rally entered day two on Wednesday, propelling stocks higher and erasing all May losses for the Dow Jones.
HP's spining off its enterprise services, while Tiffany and Express shares slip after earnings miss forecasts.
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Doing homework on the downtrodden group is worthwhile, but it isn't time to make purchases.
The company has met or beaten expectations for six consecutive quarters.
The company has met or beaten expectations for 6 consecutive quarters.
U.S. futures look to lead the market to a strong finish in a positive week.
U.S. stocks head into Friday at the highest levels of the year.
TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer will be watching Tiffany & Co.’s quarterly results, set to be released on Friday before the markets open.
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