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Hain Celestial shares were down more than 25% after the company announced it would not being releasing its quarterly results today due to accounting issues.
If you're going to play URBN, best to wait until after tomorrow's report.
Investors await Home Depot's earnings and the July consumer price index on Tuesday.
Retail earnings and Federal Reserve speakers will be in focus for the week of August, 15.
The odds appear fashionably weighted toward good outcomes with these investment vehicles.
And more on what that means for first-time home-buying trends.
Heading into the second half of 2016, many companies remain resilient.
The market is starting to spot larger losses. The energy sector is the big loser so far. With oil heading down to $43 a barrel, the segment is down more than 2% on the day. Despite what many regarded as a divided Republican National Convention, GOP ...
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The activewear maker will struggle to hit its earnings, and its anonymous board won't reassure investors.
Negative sales trend has shareholders shedding the trendy clothier's stock.
Stocks came back from session lows, though remained in the red as crude oil traded below $50 a barrel.
Crude prices were falling as U.S. officials believe that EgyptAir flight may have been downed by a terrorist act.
The S&P 500 erased all year-to-date gains as stock losses deepened on Thursday.
Jim Cramer says while American Eagle and Urban Outfitters had good quarters, Cramer said he is focused on comments made by the president of Urban Outfitters.
Revisiting Apple and Twitter after their recent moves, too.
If a CEO is willing to put in the time, his company is worth a look from investors.
Also, another look at the latest oil data.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer isn’t too fond of Williams-Sonoma, which posted disappointing fiscal fourth quarter results on Wednesday and weaker than expected first quarter guidance.
I would look for a downward correction in URBN followed by more sideways/base building in the months ahead.
It is a welcome change and a sign that the rolling bear market in retail has run its course.
U.S. stocks opened lower on Tuesday and tracked weakness in crude oil prices.
U.S. futures are declining, putting the S&P and Dow's winning streak at risk.
Energy companies rallied on Monday as oil touches near $38 a barrel, Netflix falls after release of "House of Cards."
The last 3 quarterly reports have been atrocious, but URBN fits the retail revival space.
And Disney enjoys a solid weekend with the opening of 'Zootopia.'