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Jim Cramer has a new pick at the mall -- a handbag maker that has turned its product line around with a new CEO and creative director.
Ukraine tensions are coinciding with a still-severe winter.
RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace details why he expects cotton prices to fall even further and what companies stand to benefit as a result.
That's music to the ears of Hanesbrands, not to mention a number of denim makers.
This week should offer more insight on the big shopping bonanza.
Big retailers report numbers, Chrysler drives at a 2013 IPO and Jim Cramer talks about which tablets he thinks will generate share boosts this holiday season.
Stretched valuations seem to have put investor sentiment on edge.
Stocks are pointing higher as Vodafone is in talks to sell its wireless stake, Guess? surprises and Campbell's organic push pays off.
U.S. stocks are down as Asian markets recover. Boeing's Dreamliner is racking up orders, but Palo Alto and Guess blame Europe for weakness.
TheStreet Quant Ratings upgrades Guess? and Piper Jaffray. Brittany Umar details today's upgrades and downgrades.
We get some more earnings misses. "She's come undone She didn't know what she was headed for And when I found what she was headed for It was too late She's come undone She found a mountain that was far too high And when she found out she couldn't fl...
Very little respect has been shown to these real issues that could undermine equities.
There's a growing view the Fed actions in place are unworthy of ignoring negative corporate news.
The market was grooving to Wednesday were these particular aspects of the Fed minutes.
Instead of embracing the new, the market has become fixated on well-worn themes.
But in the middle of all the cautious guidance, there is one great standout to buy.