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Good reports from three stocks offer a way to play the French election angst.
Nordstrom, Home Depot and Whole Foods are among some of the top consumer stocks for 2017, according to Credit Suisse.
Andrew Left of Citron Research says Wayfair's business model doesn't work and its internal controls are like Bernard Madoff's.
The well-known short-seller is again calling out the online furniture retailer's business model, particularly its manual internal controls.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Apple, Allergan and Western Digital.
Some big winners exist from HHGregg's demise.
Retailers are struggling mightily.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Home Depot, Corbus Pharmaceuticals, Federal Realty and Vector Group.
Even with a trifecta of worries, stocks hold tight thanks to decisive U.S. action in Syria, says Jim Cramer.
From JPMorgan Chase to Disney, these names should do well.
No, people aren't suddenly deciding they want to go back to shopping at the mall, says Jim Cramer.
Yields initially collapsed rather than rising in response to the Fed's official statement, which came off far more dovish than expected.
The list of major advertisers that have either removed their ads completely or shifted them away from Fox's popular primetime program, 'The O'Reilly Factor,' continues to grow.
Panera gets takeover bid and Starbucks' stock goes up. Huh?
Here are the highlights from the final round of our Market Bracket Challenge tournament.
Here are the highlights from the fifth round of our tournament, which will end with an epic tech clash between Apple and Facebook.
Here's your update through four rounds of action in TheStreet's Market Bracket Challenge.
Here's your update through three rounds of action in TheStreet's Market Bracket Challenge.
Cramer shares his views on what to do as the Trump rally fades, and also discusses how Five Below will become a retail go-to name.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Alphabet, Allergan and Ford.
The world's largest retailer still gets no love from New York City, not from the mayor, the unions or some consumers.
Yes, you heard that right.