Urban Outfitters, Inc. (URBN)

31.59
0.04 0.13
NASDAQ
Prev Close 31.55
Open 31.55
Day Low/High 31.01 / 31.99
52 Wk Low/High 24.40 / 42.10
Volume 1.36M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 97.86B
Market Cap 3.00B
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Urban Outfitters Is Decked In Its Finest for the Year Ahead

Urban Outfitters Is Decked In Its Finest for the Year Ahead

Things could be looking up for this fashion retailer.

My Takeaways and Observations

Was yesterday "FOMO" or something else?    I waited and then moved on the volatility trade.    "How many syllables Mario?" (A Putney Swope reference!)    Wall Street is now a fear-free zone.    Mark Hanson on negative homeowners' equity.    Shorted ...

My Takeaways and Observations

"Well, they call you lady luck But there is room for doubt At times you have a very un-lady-like way Of running out..." -- Guys and Dolls, Luck Be A Lady (Frank Sinatra)  Trump will not likely Make Twitter Great Again.   I, bear.    Explaining my pr...

Urban Outfitters Follows Up-and-Down Trail

Urban Outfitters Follows Up-and-Down Trail

Enthusiasm for the stock has waned lately, but it has come back before.

Cramer: Has Retail Really Righted Itself?

Cramer: Has Retail Really Righted Itself?

We have actual data that show things might be better.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

"If you work for a living, why the hell do you kill yourself working?" -- Tuco the Ugly" The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" I further added to my short exposure today in a quiet, pre-Thanksgiving trading session. And now it's time to run down "The Good...

Stocks Retreat From Record Highs; Deere Shares Surge on Earnings

Stocks Retreat From Record Highs; Deere Shares Surge on Earnings

U.S. stocks pulled back Wednesday, from their record highs on Tuesday, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed 19,000 and the S&P 500 topped 2,200.

What to Watch Tuesday: Dollar Tree Earnings, Existing Home Sales

What to Watch Tuesday: Dollar Tree Earnings, Existing Home Sales

On Tuesday, November 22, investors await quarterly earnings from Dollar Tree.

Fed Vice Chair Fischer Remarks and Hewlett Packard Earnings Top Shortened Trading Week

Fed Vice Chair Fischer Remarks and Hewlett Packard Earnings Top Shortened Trading Week

During the shortened trading week of November 21, investors will be parsing remarks from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.

Cramer: The New Third Rail of Investing

Cramer: The New Third Rail of Investing

Banks, retailers and restaurants should be on fire, but instead they're burning down.

Cramer: What a Revoltin' Market Development This Is

Cramer: What a Revoltin' Market Development This Is

Stocks rally and then get smacked down in this inconsistent atmosphere.

Cramer: 10 Stocks (Plus 2) to Own for When, not If, the Fed Raises Rates

Cramer: 10 Stocks (Plus 2) to Own for When, not If, the Fed Raises Rates

These are my top fall-and-rise stories for the 10 days leading up to and immediately following next week's Federal Reserve meeting.

Cramer: Right Now, Retailers Are King Midas in Reverse

Cramer: Right Now, Retailers Are King Midas in Reverse

All I can say is, this group needs to snap out of its funk, or the stocks will just get worse.

Cramer: The Market's a Conundrum, so Beware

Cramer: The Market's a Conundrum, so Beware

I can’t blame a soul for being frustrated.

Micron Technology and Williams Companies Have Good-Looking Charts

Micron Technology and Williams Companies Have Good-Looking Charts

Cutting down the 7 best S&P 500 stocks in August to a field of 2.

Out-of-Fashion Retail Needs a Millennial Miracle

Out-of-Fashion Retail Needs a Millennial Miracle

Why can't Abercrombie and Aeropostale get it together?

Jim Cramer: Abercrombie & Fitch Is Out of Fashion

Jim Cramer: Abercrombie & Fitch Is Out of Fashion

Jim Cramer says Abercrombie & Fitch is out of fashion, but insists the shopping mall isn't dead.

Cramer: The Answer to This Market: Part 2

Cramer: The Answer to This Market: Part 2

I learned a long time ago, don’t outthink it.

Urban Outfitters Dressed for Back-to-School Success, but Gap Just Doesn't Fit Right

Urban Outfitters Dressed for Back-to-School Success, but Gap Just Doesn't Fit Right

Urban's three apparel brands are making the turnaround faster than Gap's three brands.

Closing Bell: Viacom's 'Ben-Hur' Flops; U.S. Stocks Mixed on Fed Uncertainty

Closing Bell: Viacom's 'Ben-Hur' Flops; U.S. Stocks Mixed on Fed Uncertainty

Uncertainty over the Fed's rate-hike plans led to jittery trading on Monday.

Cramer: Retail's too Strong to Keep Whining

Cramer: Retail's too Strong to Keep Whining

Mall and brick-and-mortar stores can still shine.

Cramer: Junk the 'Mall Is Dead' Thesis

Cramer: Junk the 'Mall Is Dead' Thesis

Retailers' results show that differentiation is the key to this new environment.

Urban Outfitters Climbs on Second-Quarter Earnings Beat

Urban Outfitters Climbs on Second-Quarter Earnings Beat

Shares of the apparel retailer climbed in morning trading Thursday on news of quarterly earnings.

Morning Movers: ROST, CSCO, WMT, URBN

Morning Movers: ROST, CSCO, WMT, URBN

Walmart shares were climbing following its better-than-expected quarterly results.

Urban Outfitters Conjures 'Millennial Magic,' but Brides Can Really Grow the Brand in the Long Term

Urban Outfitters Conjures 'Millennial Magic,' but Brides Can Really Grow the Brand in the Long Term

Urban Outfitters' trendy merchandise and social media presence grab millennials during the latest quarter.

Cramer: Target's Excuses Really Don't Cut It

Cramer: Target's Excuses Really Don't Cut It

This was the quarter of bricks-and-mortar retail -- just not Target's bricks and mortar.

Midday Report: Morgan Stanley Backs Valeant; U.S. Stocks Fall

Midday Report: Morgan Stanley Backs Valeant; U.S. Stocks Fall

Stocks fell further from record highs as quarterly disappointments from Target TGT and Lowe's LOW brought down the cyclical consumer sector.

Morning Movers: LOW, TGT, CSCO, URBN

Morning Movers: LOW, TGT, CSCO, URBN

Lowe's slashes its full-year outlook while Cisco is reportedly laying off thousands of employees.