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Aggressive shoppers are looking for deals and bargains only, and that does not bode well for retailers.
This Black Friday don't just buy stocking stuffers at retail chains, buy their stocks, too.
Following Monday's low-volume losses, U.S. stocks were poised to open lower.
U.S. futures are pointed lower as traders take a breath after a tumultuous week of watching the wires.
Stocks continued to struggle Friday morning, with Wall Street futures pointing sharply lower after an earlier bounce.
The ladies' apparel stocks peaked prior to the 2008 meltdown. What are they telling us now?
We'll see lower prices until companies like Dell say the slowdown is only temporary.
Futures are headed lower ahead of a much-anticipated meeting between Sarkozy and Merkel.
This good bounce back from the lows may not be all that good, so keep trailing stops tight.
The shocks to permanent incomes will remain a drag on the lower end of the retail food chain.
The major indices are pointed higher after last week's tumultuous trade.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Brian Sozzi of Wall Street Strategies tells TSC's Debra Borchardt the winners of the apparel upswing.