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Stretched valuations seem to have put investor sentiment on edge.
Big names like Tiffany, Barnes & Noble and TiVo will report prior to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Jill Malandrino and Andrew Krill set you up for trade in front of the holiday week. This is what traders will be watching.
Isabelle Picard explains how Le Bon Marche has revolutionized fashion, the shopping experience and luxury branding.
This is no field of dreams moment, just because it's been built does not mean they will buy.
Bling is back. Jewelry retailers Tiffany and Movado both delivered strong quarters with Signet (Kay Jewelers) set to report on Thursday.
Luxury brand Tiffany's and shoe retailer DSW delivered strong quarters, while Bill Ackman is dumping his JC Penney shares.
It's an honor to fill in for the one and only Doug Kass here on the Diary. Here's what's happening: Futures are offered slightly lower in early trading. Metals are consolidating gains after last week's torrid rally. Onyx Pharmaceutical (ONXX) agreed...
The current milieu likely means a capped market in the coming week.
Shares of the luxury retailer are jumping on an upgrade, and the 52-week-high is within reach.
Stocks sold off as China suffered a cash crunch, but Ben Willis of Albert Fried says that what's happening with bond ETFs is scarier.
The Dow rose for the 20th straight Tuesday spurred by an upbeat housing report and better-than-expected consumer confidence data.
Another Tuesday rally is underway as Keith Bliss from Cuttone explains what changed from last week's negative mood.
Tiffany & Co. reports first quarter net income that rose 3%, beating Wall Street expectations.
Stocks are up as AstraZeneca pays millions for Omthera, while Valeant buys Bausch & Lomb and Tiffany's earnings shine.
A slew of numbers this week will clue us in to the state of the American consumer.
More earnings from the nation's retailers are on tap next week, starting with Tiffany on Tuesday. TheStreet's Brittany Umar details what lies ahead.