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People are circling back to such names as Ulta and Starbucks.
As the holiday shopping season gets under way, some retailers are emerging as standout winners.
There are some good ones today, but for different reasons.
On Thursday, Nov. 17, investors will get quarterly results from Walmart.
Investors await corporate earnings reports and important economic data during the week of November 14.
All I can say is, this group needs to snap out of its funk, or the stocks will just get worse.
Walmart shares were climbing following its better-than-expected quarterly results.
On Thursday, August 18, investors await quarterly results from Walmart and remarks from three Federal Reserve officials.
Retail earnings and Federal Reserve speakers will be in focus for the week of August, 15.
ROST seems on strong technical footing, but don't rule out a pullback to the $60 to $58 area.
Macy's plans to close stores and Jim Cramer thinks the stock is one to trade.
Today's news gives Macy's a huge buffer during the upcoming holiday season
It doesn't mean that the whole world of retail is now heading up.
Coach and other brands are tired of seeing big discounts, clothes winding up in off-price retailers.
Walmart's move demonstrates that you have to feed the beast or risk getting eaten.
And more on what that means for first-time home-buying trends.
This is the first big disappointment of the earnings season.
A close below $50 and then $46 in the weeks ahead will put the bear in control.
Don't pay premium prices for shares of this off-price retailer.
Jim Cramer says he was disturbed by the conference call following Ross Stores' earnings and he's not really sure what is going on at the company.
Jim Cramer says the retail report last week showing increased spending online underscores continued margin pressure for department stores.
The hits just keep on coming for retailers. Following dismal forward guidance earlier this week from The Gap (GPS), Macy's (M) and Fossil (FOSL) issued similarly downbeat outlooks over the past day or so as well. The "oil-dividend thesis" is played ...
Pricing power is eroding and saturation appears to be causing consumer fatigue.
When it comes to investment wisdom, it doesn't get much better than Buffett.
Dollar General typifies consumers' quest for a good buy.