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The chain becomes the latest women's apparel retailer to warn of disappointing holiday results.
The retailer cuts its forecast after holiday sales miss expectations.
Cramer likes the company's theme park business.
There's no trading edge in either direction here, with the Fed decision later this week.
AU Optronics is ready to make a move, thanks to booming sales of LCD TVs.
Shares rise as the Internet retailer plans a $500 million buyback.
The trader loves what's happening in the cyclicals right now.
Inflation worries weigh on the sector, but retail earnings have so far shown strength.
The retailer falters after providing disappointing second-quarter guidance.
Downward pressure is moving into the market, and even the bulls' enthusiasm is dampened.
It appears that this kind of momentum usually lasts longer than common sense or key resistance levels.
Shares rise on better-than-expected earnings in the third quarter.
A pause in the market's action would improve the odd-lot indicator.
Odd-lot investors didn't abandon their bearish conviction, and that is good news for bulls.
Futures are lower, Google's IPO gets repriced and oil remains a huge factor.
Cost-reduction programs are paying off, so its discount to the industry should shrink soon.
Fred's matches on a 5.5% jump in same-store sales.
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