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Stocks declined on Tuesday as wild weather stifled activity and led to low volume.
The weather was wild on Wall Street, but it was a lot quieter indoors where low volume made for a muted day of trading.
Stocks fall Tuesday in low-volume trading as blizzard conditions stifle activity on Wall Street.
The week ending March 8 saw a net $2.7 billion come out of high yield mutual and exchange traded funds.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed higher if they report positive earnings this week.
Wall Street has slowly grown accustomed to the likelihood of three rates hikes this year. A hint of any more than that could cause market waves.
Board of Directors Approve Quarterly Dividend
Investors in DSW Inc saw new options begin trading today, for the March 17th expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the DSW options chain for the new March 17th contracts and identified one put and one call contract of particular interest.
Gap reported an uptick in same-store sales in December at its namesake and Old Navy brands.
A $70 million deal for Shoebuy.com comes as Walmart continues to build up its online sales offerings.
The tough retail environment may hinder the footwear retailer's top-line recovery, according to Jefferies analysts.
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including downgrades for Medtronic, Nokia and Paccar, and an upgrade for Verizon.
Mizuho is confident that the footwear retailer can expand its top line and earnings despite traffic headwinds.
Foot Locker stock was dinged after Shoe Carnival earnings disappointed. But Foot Locker has room to recover.
With office-quality Internet at home, U.S. consumers are no longer waiting until Cyber Monday to do their best online holiday shopping.
Wall Street ended a holiday-shortened week with even more records as small gains made a big impact.
Wall Street scored record closes for its benchmark indexes for the second day in a row, unimpeded by a decline in crude oil prices.
Stocks remain off session highs on Tuesday, though remain on track to close at new records even as crude oil prices falter.
DSW posted better-than-expected earnings for the 2016 third quarter, helped by tighter inventory management and effective expense management.
Stocks come off highs, though remained on track to close at records. The Dow topped 19,000 for the first time ever earlier in the session.
Stocks came off highs on Tuesday morning, threatening a record run that saw all benchmark indexes close at new highs on Monday, as crude oil prices falter.
Stock futures rise on Tuesday morning, setting up equities for further record gains, as crude oil stabilizes after a massive surge.
Analysts project that DSW will post higher third-quarter earnings and revenue than last year when they report tomorrow.
The economic calendar will make investors work for their Thanksgiving dinner in the coming week with a glut of data crammed into Wednesday's session.