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In branded vs. unbranded apparel, discounters are doing better.
For Tuesday November 24, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Dollar Tree (DLTR), Campbell Soup (CPB), Tiffany (TIF), Burlington Stores (BURL), DSW (DSW), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and HP Inc. (HPQ).
Expect more of the same from big-box names like The Gap: crummy same-store sales that don't inspire anyone to do any buying.
Alibaba (BABA) shares were lower in midday trading Monday after financial magazine 'Barron's' warned shares could fall more than 50% on slowing demand and increased competition in China.
Although the Shanghai Composite still fell, the drop was relatively small.
For Wednesday, August 26, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Brown-Forman Co. (BF.B), Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF), Chico's (CHS), and William-Sonoma (WSM).
We may be easing toward Labor Day, but there's still plenty going on.
For the week of August 24, TheStreet highlights key earnings from major retailers, along with important reports and speeches on the economic calendar.
Personal income and outlays are up, but consumer confidence isn't and many retail stocks are so-so at best.
Well-known names losing out to Wal-Mart and others on apparel.
Economic, sociological and technological events are converging in this sector.
Bag counting is a good indicator of which retailers are doing well.
Stretched valuations seem to have put investor sentiment on edge.
Colgate-Palmolive's been building a bullish ascending triangle pattern for six weeks.