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UPDATE: Ukraine weighs on global markets; US futures revived by data.
Wall Street is shifting its attention to Washington as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen heads back to Capitol Hill to deliver remarks before the Senate Banking Committee.
Here's a whole new crop of stocks that I think can beat next year's market.
Futures are little changed after a strong Thursday session. Gap, Ross Stores, The Fresh Market and Splunk all report earnings on Friday morning.
It'll be a big week for many of the nation's large retailers, with TJX Companies, JCPenney, Sears Holdings, Target and Gap just some of the names reporting earnings.
FOMC minutes, housing data and retail earnings are on tap. David Peltier and Andrew Krill look at the Week Ahead.
This high-quality chain has great potential as a regional-to-national story.
Quite simply, this company sells apparel, and apparel sales are horrendous right now.
Let's take a peek at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures up 7; Nasdaq futures up 18; Nikkei down 0.45%; China Shanghai down 0.28%; European markets up; euro down; crude up $0.45; gold dow...
After weak reports from Macy's and Wal-Mart, more earnings from the nation's retailers are set to roll in.
Even on a day when rates fall, retail sales are strong and jobless claims surprise.
These three retailers get high marks from a stock screen that uses Buffett's principles.
For a stock that really fits this metric, consider the curious case of Bed Bath and Beyond.