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Stocks enjoy their best gains of the year as investors rejoice over the Federal Reserve's apparent faith in the U.S. economy.
Stocks hold big gains through Wednesday morning, trading at all-time highs, as investors rejoice over the Federal Reserve's apparent faith in the U.S. economy.
Best Buy, as expected, missed 2017 fourth-quarter and full-year revenue predictions.
Stock futures suggest Wall Street would get back to its record-breaking ways on Wednesday as chances rose of a return to normal U.S. monetary policy sooner rather than later.
Not everyone in the retail sector is strapped for cash.
U.S. stock futures point to a solid start for Wall Street on Wednesday and global shares rise after Donald Trump on Tuesday evening delivered a somewhat upbeat speech.
The speech could be interpreted as the extension of an olive branch to his political opponents.
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The Federal Reserve's meeting in March creeps closer, but markets remain skeptical that a rate hike will come so soon.
For the week of Feb. 27, investors await President Donald Trump's congressional address, which takes place on Tuesday evening--along with a host of major earnings reports.
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As if retailers needed more problems.
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For some companies, the fallout could be very ugly.
Mattresses and winter apparel will have big markdowns.
Stocks extend losses Thursday following their best record-breaking streak since late 1991.
Stock futures trade slightly lower on Thursday as investors pause following the best record-breaking streak since late 1991.
Wall Street closed at records again on Wednesday, scoring its longest record-making streak since George Bush Sr. held the White House.
Stocks hold higher by early afternoon Wednesday even as Federal Reserve officials back at least three rate hikes this year, the timing of which remain murky.
President Donald Trump is meeting with the leaders of eight big retailers at the White House.
Stocks rise to new intraday records on Wednesday as the president again makes vague references to a forthcoming tax reform plan.
Target (TGT), Best Buy (BBY), and Gap (GPS) among the retailers whose chief executives will attend a White House meeting.
Retail CEOs will descend on Washington on Wednesday to meet with lawmakers and the president to talk taxes, including the increasingly-contentious matter of border adjustability.