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Investors cling to a 'glass half full' interpretation of inconclusive polls.
The world's largest clothing retailer focuses on quality over quantity while Swedish rival H&M continues its frantic pace of store openings around the world.
Zara owner Inditex leaps as it tops earnings forecasts, while software company Aveva plunges in London as suitor Schneider Electric retreats for the second time in six months.
European analysts remain cautious on H&M as Zara continues to disrupt mid-market apparel.
European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi will have a tough day tomorrow.
Fast-fashion veteran Stefan Larsson will take over Ralph Lauren, an apparel giant that has faltered since the departure of former president and COO Roger Farah.
Ralph Lauren (RL) stock is soaring in after CEO Ralph Lauren was replaced by Gap (GPS) executive Stefan Larsson.
European stocks staged a modest rebound as fears about a long-running plunge in the renminbi abated and the eurozone edged closer to a resolution to the Greek debt crisis.
European markets moved lower on Thursday after an inconclusive meeting late yesterday between Greek officials and its international creditors stoked further worries about a Greek debt fault and eurozone exit.
U.S. stock futures are rising on strong-but-not-too-strong jobless claims and retail sales data.
Wal-Mart's annual shareholder meeting is always a spectacle. If Wal-Mart execs were smart, they would answer investors' questions about these three key things.
Wal-Mart's wage increase could make matters worse for already struggling retailers like Sears, Abercrombie & Fitch and J.C. Penney.
European stocks are overwhelmingly in the red on Wednesday, building on Tuesday's slump.
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