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The first full week of the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season will be a busy one for retail earnings.
A few more earnings trickle in this week ahead of Friday's employment report for August.
Retailers report mixed same-store sales for July with back-to-school shopping remaining sluggish. TheStreet's Laurie Kulikowski weighs in.
Portfolio Manager David Peltier analyzes a low-dollar retail name that's turning its business around.
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It's wise to understand these early signs now so that winning positions don't turn into losers.
Overall, they were not good. Lost in the central banking eases were the final June same-store sales releases. Generally, they were punk. Six were beetter than expected: Saks (SKS) Nordstrom (JWN) Limited Brands (LTD) The TJX Companies (TJX) Stage (S...
Zumiez delivered on May same-store sales, but broad-market weakness will keep me from buying for now.
Who says the economy is bad? Shoppers pushed many retailers to have increased sales in May.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings reports scheduled for the coming week.
Tilly's CEO Daniel Griesemer thrilled with the company's IPO, believes the chain can grow to 500 stores.
Tilly's looks like a buy on launch day, but IPO Desktop President Francis Gaskins suggests selling it pretty quickly.
Ten results were better than expected, one compnay was in line, and six came in below expectations. Thus far, 10 retail results have come in better than expected: Target (TGT) Macy's (M) Nordstrom (JWN) Limited (LTD) Gap (GPS) Kohl's (KSS) Ross Stor...
I am inclined to unearth derivative trades with the companies not sharing monthly numbers.
Tony Hawk uses YouTube and Twitter in creative ways to expand his brand.
Wall Street was poised to recover some of Tuesday's losses, as traders await some eagerly anticipated data.
MasterCard delivered another huge quarter, but is humbled with a charge as they set aside money for a fee lawsuit.