Ralph Lauren Corporation Class A (RL)

71.42
2.70 4.00
NYSE
Prev Close 68.68
Open 70.47
Day Low/High 70.08 / 72.22
52 Wk Low/High 59.82 / 128.29
Volume 1.58M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 73.06B
Market Cap 5.02B
P/E Ratio 39.02
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Morning Es Trading

Morning Es Trading

Short-term traders will likely give the benefit of the doubt to the bulls.

Retail Roundup: Super Saturday

Retail Roundup: Super Saturday

Sales for the coming weekend of shopping left before Christmas are expected to top $18 billion.

The Day Ahead: Are You Acting Like an Elephant?

The Day Ahead: Are You Acting Like an Elephant?

These are a host of negative tells I continue to observe daily.

Ralph Lauren numbers raised at UBS

Unconventional Cramer: VF Corp's On Sale

Unconventional Cramer: VF Corp's On Sale

Jim Cramer thinks an investor can put fresh money into VF Corp as the stock is selling off on Monday.

Apple Leads Tech's Bounce

Apple Leads Tech's Bounce

Although the market is not oversold, plenty of segments are and tech has been the worst.

Ralph Lauren upgraded at Piper

Some Market Themes I See Today

Sector winners and losers. Restaurant stocks -- including Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), Starbucks (SBUX) and Ruby Tuesday (RT) -- are weak. (Remember I mentioned several days ago that my contacts with four restaurant managements was that business st...

Watch the Patterns

Watch the Patterns

They can help us understand why the market may now stall out after its remarkable advance.

Link: Luxury Retail Is Not Dead

Link: Luxury Retail Is Not Dead

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says the sell-off in luxury retail earlier this week was overdone and there are investing opportunities in the sector.

Be Cautious on this Pullback

Be Cautious on this Pullback

You have to be willing to pass on these prices and risk a move right back up.

A Leap of Faith in Retail Land

A Leap of Faith in Retail Land

You just have to accept the possibility that three great management teams missed at the same time.

Healthy Signs of Market Leadership

Healthy Signs of Market Leadership

Today, high-end retail, container board and big-name tech are taking the lead.

Ralph Lauren downgraded at Argus

Morning Call: Invest Like A Triathlete

Morning Call: Invest Like A Triathlete

Lindsey Bell and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.

The Day Ahead: An Exceptionally Odd Market

The Day Ahead: An Exceptionally Odd Market

This is bad for the passive investor, and only good for those who are exceptionally diligent.

The Amazing Sector of Retail

The Amazing Sector of Retail

Next time we get a downturn, remember how quickly they come back.

Cramer Likes Macy's

Cramer Likes Macy's

Macy's looks better than Ralph Lauren right now says Jim Cramer.

A Flight From Safety

A Flight From Safety

Traders are flooding into cyclical and growth stocks, on the idea that Europe may be bottoming.

The Day Ahead: Peer Into the Crystal Ball

The Day Ahead: Peer Into the Crystal Ball

Ralph Lauren's earnings could yield a number of consequences, so I suggest paying attention.

The Day Ahead: Grab Yourself a Stock Today

The Day Ahead: Grab Yourself a Stock Today

Earnings season is over, the jobs report is still fresh and all are expecting QE3. Go out and celebrate.

Eurozone Headlines Will Matter in Coming Week

Eurozone Headlines Will Matter in Coming Week

Less data will make investors more susceptible to negative headlines.

Lapdog of Luxury

The large gap between the performance of the Dow Jones Luxury Index and the broad market could give investors pause. We all recognize that high-end income earners have buoyed/supported personal consumption growth over the last few years. This mornin...

After the Bell

The latest developments Intel (INTC) misses on the top line and guides lower for 2012. Ralph Lauren (RL) CFO steps down. Yahoo! (YHOO) beats the street by $0.04. Wynn (WYNN) missed badly on top and bottom line, Macau revenue down 7.1% CSX (CSX) beat...

Cramer: Worldwide Slowdown Hits High-End Retail

Cramer: Worldwide Slowdown Hits High-End Retail

Jim Cramer says Burberry's earnings miss was due to a worldwide slowdown and investors should focus instead on low-end retailers like the dollar stores.

Being Bold About Europe

Being Bold About Europe

Kors runs the company as a business, not a stock.

Now Is the Time to Own Some Consumer-Based Stocks

Now Is the Time to Own Some Consumer-Based Stocks

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, likes companies that benefit from lower commodity prices.

China Will Have to Act Through RRR

China Will Have to Act Through RRR

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says China will need to stimulate the economy and will likely use the reserve requirement ratio for banks to do so.