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Earnings season heats up next week as Donald Trump is sworn in as president.
It's still all about the people.
Leading up to Donald Trump's swearing-in ceremony on Jan. 20, the momentum on Wall Street belongs to financial services.
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Although J.C Penney isn't too eager to close stores, that could change.
The chain retailer seemed to be one of the few companies to withstand the e-commerce onslaught, but its sales in November and December suggest otherwise.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how January has a lot of nonsense, and reviews his investment troops.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on the deepening of retail stocks' weakness and the Amazon Effect.
Here's a technical look on how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market this week.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about how the market's optimism is misplaced and how to make a strategy from retail's wreckage.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average secures gains in the first week of the new year, though again fails to break through its seemingly impossible 20,000 milestone.
Online sales came in at almost $92 billion during the two-month stretch between November and December, a new record.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average backs away from its 20,000 milestone again on Friday after coming within a point of the level earlier in the session.
Gap reported an uptick in same-store sales in December at its namesake and Old Navy brands.
J.C. Penney (JCP) said its holiday results were impacted by continued weakness in women's apparel, but saw strength in other categories such as appliances, outerwear and boots.
Stocks rise Friday, though unsettled trading made gains uncertain, after wage growth in December raises the chances for a few rate hikes this year.
The December employment report also showed that the labor participation rate has not budged.
U.S. stocks turned mixed on Friday as nonfarm payrolls rose by 156,000 in December.
J.C. Penney is the latest retailer to report disappointing sales over the holiday period, and its stock takes a tumble on the news.
Stock futures turn higher Friday after the Labor Department says the U.S. added 156,000 jobs in December.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average's shot at 20,000 grows more remote on Thursday as disappointing holiday sales and store closure news sour market sentiment.
Stocks move mostly lower on Thursday as disappointing holiday sales crush retail names.
The question among many retail names, including Macy's and Kohl's, is how low will they go?
U.S. stocks sink into the red on Thursday as disappointing holiday sales tank retail names.