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Shares of Gap were slightly higher on Monday as Piper Jaffray upgraded its rating on the shares to Neutral from Underweight.
Over one-third of shoppers bought 100% of their items on sale over the Thanksgiving weekend, according to the National Retail Federation.
Promotional levels remained about the same year-over-year for Black Friday, indicating that retailers aren't 'struggling,' Telsey Advisory CEO Dana Telsey said on CNBC.
Piper Jaffray raised its ratings on Gap and L Brands to 'neutral' as the firm's survey indicated the strongest Black Friday participation in five years.
Millennials have come out in force to spend this holiday season because of some great deals on TV, toys and apparel.
Here are Monday's top research calls, including upgrades for Gap and L Brands, and downgrades for Hasbro, MetLife and Panera Bread.
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Wall Street advanced in the past week as any remaining uncertainty faded over whether the Federal Reserve would pull the trigger on another rate hike come December.
Daily fantasy website operators DraftKings Inc. and FanDuel Inc. on Friday, Nov. 18, agreed to merge. The companies each had been reported to once carry valuations upward of $1 billion.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday told citizens to avoid Trump Tower -- not exactly the type of advice area businesses welcome heading into the holiday season.
Wall Street ended with slight losses Friday after a string of earnings disappointments from the retail sector.
Wall Street ends Friday with slight losses after a string of earnings disappointments from the retail sector.
Stocks hold lower on Friday as a series of disappointing retail earnings drags on the sector.
Jim Cramer picks the winners and losers after retailers report results.
Stocks fall into the red on Friday after a series of disappointing retail earnings.
Abercrombie and Gap both reported disappointing earnings results, adding to the mixed picture in the retail sector, Cramer said.
Abercrombie & Fitch whiffs big time on its third quarter earnings.
Gap (GPS) reported 2016 third quarter results roughly in-line with expectations, however saw its seventh straight quarter of declining sales.
Stock futures are little changed on Friday as a mix of earnings from the likes of Foot Locker , Gap and Salesforce pull markets in two directions.