|Day Low/High||100.31 / 100.98|
|52 Wk Low/High||78.76 / 125.42|
Despite reporting a 17% rise in fiscal third-quarter profit, Tommy Hilfiger parent PVH Corp. offers a muted outlook for the fourth-quarter, citing competition and a highly promotional environment.
The auto parts retailer gets set to report, Cramer has big holiday sales expectations from one tech company and a big bunch of brands announce earnings.
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.
The bears won a rare victory on Wall Street as the Fed left rates unchanged. Ranger Equity Bear Fund Manager Brad Lamensdorf names shorts.
Quite simply, this company sells apparel, and apparel sales are horrendous right now.
Consumers are moving away from soft goods and toward hard goods. I have three shorts in the retail sector: Market Vectors Retail ETF (RTH), VF Corporation (VFC) and Ralph Lauren (RL). The investment rationale is based on an ongoing transition in mix...
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are up 4; Nasdaq futures are up +15; Nikkei is up 2.48% -- Olympic fever (see below, all sectors higher); China Shanghai is up 3.3...
The selloff in homebuilding stocks will not hurt flooring-maker Mohawk or furniture-seller Pier 1, says Brian Peery, PM for the Hennessy Cornerstone Mid Cap 30 Fund.
The aerospace move and the short covering remind me of bygone days.
Even on a day when rates fall, retail sales are strong and jobless claims surprise.
The dollar recovered pulling stocks upwards as Facebook investors grumble at the shareholding meeting. Game console wars have begun.
I don't think this retail-sales number reveals anything except for the March cold spell.
The buffoonery of Ron Johnson opened the floodgates for every other retailer.
If you know what to look for, you'll find some unjustified markdowns.