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PetSmart and Tiffany's could be made to work, but neither is an easy trade.
Tiffany & Co disappointed investors with its less than sparking fiscal fourth quarter after it had to pay roughly $460 million to Swatch to settle a dispute over a joint watch project.
Tiffany will report numbers before the bell -- will its big holiday quarter sparkle?
Tiffany may sell expensive jewelry, but its shares are reasonably priced when using an EVA valuation, says James Abate, portfolio manager for the Centre American Select Equity Fund.
Tiffany shares sparkle on holiday sales results, Infosys Q3 beats the street and Abercrombie & Fitch raises profit forecasts.
Jill Malandrino and Andrew Krill preview the week ahead with the November jobs report due Friday.
Stocks ended in the green, but just barely as traders took profits ahead of the holiday. The Nasdaq crossed 4,000 to reach a 13-year high. JB Rudelle, CEO of Criteo, talks online sales.
The Nasdaq closed over 4,000, marking a 13-year high, and solid housing data offset poor consumer confidence to help markets move higher.
Tiffany delivers a sparkling quarter, pushing the stock higher. Men's Wearhouse offers to buy Jos. A Bank, turning the tables on the retailer.
Senior stock analyst at TheStreet, Nicole Urken, looks into the earnings of retailers DSW and Tiffany along with high-growth names Palo Alto and Workday.
Retailers, from bookstores to jewelers, are looking to wow investors before the Thanksgiving holiday and Jim Cramer is taking a buying opportunity.