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ATLANTA, Nov. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Home Depot ®, the world's largest home improvement retailer, today announced that its board of directors declared a third quarter cash dividend of $1.
Retail has proved a volatile industry as tastes and trends change -- and now there are some signs that Amazon shares could be turning vulnerable, too.
With October's reading, overall existing home sales are up 4.6% from the same time last year.
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Stocks finished lower Wednesday following a report that completion of a 'phase one' U.S.-China trade deal could be delayed until next year.
Here's why we're taking on Five Below, Lowe's Companies and SQ.
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Lowe's reported earnings before the bell Wednesday and beat expectations.
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A combination of solid comps in the United States, margin expansion, growth opportunities in the digital channel and modest valuations compared to those of peer Home Depot suggests that Lowe's is the best buy in the home improvement retail space.
Lowe's Companies posted stronger-than-expected third quarter earnings Wednesday, and lifted its full-year profit guidance, offering a stark contrast to its larger home improvement rival Home Depot.
Watch the price action very closely for some downside action and be ready to react to any change.
Wall Street futures indicated a weaker open Wednesday, following selloffs in European and Asia markets, after China condemned a U.S. Senate on human rights in Hong Kong and President Donald Trump again threatened to increase tariffs if the two sides aren't able to negotiate a near-term trade agreement.
U.S. stock futures fall Wednesday amid renewed uncertainty about the U.S. and China reaching a near-term trade agreement; Target and Lowe's report earnings; Donald Trump will tour an Apple plant in Austin, Texas, with Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Apple turns red, retail slumps and small caps lead on Tuesday.
The Nasdaq closes at another record high Tuesday, while the Dow and S&P 500 slip on disappointing results from Home Depot and ongoing concerns about a U.S.-China trade agreement.
Here's a complex bet on TGT, as I have high hopes for this retailer's earnings on Wednesday.
Shares of Macy's are down double digits after the company announces it experienced a data breach in October.
Kohl's reported disappointing quarterly results. But the charts say that for some investors, the risk/reward balance is a good one. Read on.
If Lowe's has a good quarter, it will likely mean it's cutting into HD's sales, but if it's not so hot, it could signal macro troubles.
Home Depot is falling after reporting disappointing third-quarter results. Here's the must-hold support level for the stock now.
Do Home Depot's earnings still give us insight into the general economy?
We're boosting our price target to $65, and are awaiting reports from Macy’s, Ross Stores, Target, L Brands, Nordstrom and others.
The key is not where the stock closes today but where it closes this week.
Buy Home Depot on weakness to its annual value level at $207.32. The chart shows a potential downside weekly key reversal.
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