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WMT touches our lives in visible and less visible ways.
Another busy week for quarterly reports lies ahead of the July jobs report on Friday.
Pepsi reported higher-than-expected second-quarter earnings on Wednesday, helped by higher product prices.
Choosing good stocks at the right price is like choosing players in the NFL draft.
There are already signs of companies and municipalities cutting back ahead of the fiscal cliff.
As the market reopens, I'm sizing up how the storm has affected stocks and the economy.
Memorial Day is becoming increasingly important to retail. Which stocks stand to benefit.
Coffee prices have dropped, but purveyors aren't passing these through. Starbucks looks to benefit most.
The reiteration of a lowered guidance range is being embraced in a celebration of mediocrity.
Hershey and Hanesbrands stand to benefit from lower costs of cocoa, sugar and cotton.
Two stocks may have put in bottoms and may be attractive after closing above immediate overhead resistance.
Hanesbrands should continue sharply benefiting, and the shares are currently at a nice price point.
Amid the celebrations Wednesday, lost was the fact that the coordinated move addresses zero of the fundamental issues plaguing the eurozone.
We had a strong start on Black Friday, but beware of discounting and aggressive marketing.
Titanium dioxide, a key input for many consumer products, is likely to see prices continue to climb -- DD is a good way to leverage this trend.