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Upcoming earnings? Optimistic spin on trade? Tech rally? Jim Cramer's got the game plan for next week and he tells investors to keep their cool.
Blockchain and bitcoin take over the finance capital of the world. Trade talks post-Iran deal continue. It's time for another week on Wall Street.
These top picks provide exposure to outlet centers, healthcare facilities, student housing and self-storage facilities.
Amazon clearly doesn't care about making money from its retail business. Lookout everyone else.
Amazon is writing business class history as we speak. The company's first-quarter earnings signal that it's on a path to destroy many more failing companies. Also, Tesla sees more negative headlines.
Amazon's Prime growth could mean bad things for the nation's biggest apparel sellers.
Report shows trends beneficial to both Amazon and Costco, and we are boosting our price target on COST.
While a Target-Kroger merger seems to be off the table for the moment, there's at least reason to believe that it could benefit both companies.
Retail stocks have historically under-performed when interest rates rise. Here is some quick data to consider.
The "luck o' the Irish" means "extreme good fortune" and there are a bunch o' companies that could use a little of that. And to help our list of losers, we brought in the bagpipes. Yes, bagpipes.
Sears latest earnings report is far from the picture of strength management suggests. The company continues to be in a precarious financial position.
Nike and Lululemon have the upper hand on Under Armour when it comes to the stocks' potential. Same goes for Foot Locker over Finish Line, according to Credit Suisse analysts.
J.C. Penney could crumble 35% to $2.50 per share according to the analysts at Credit Suisse. But their report isn't all doom and gloom.
With jobless claims at a record low and wage hikes and the tax breaks putting more cash in consumers' pockets, spending is back for some retailers. Now that rosier conditions are in mind, which retail stocks should you own?
The retail sector continues to be on fire this year thanks to optimism around consumer spending.
All the while, department stores delivered ho-hum Q4 results.
The Dow closed lower on Friday as investors reacted to Donald Trump's plans to impose strict import tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Despite the move, shares of the department store chain had plummeted 9% on Friday morning after the retailer reported earnings.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on the market's most important retail names including JCPeney, Macy's, Walmart and Target.
The department store beat earnings per share and reported 2.6% increase in comp sales.
U.S. stock futures point lower as investors react to Donald Trump's plans to impose strict import tariffs on steel and aluminum; beer makers and car companies not thrilled by tariffs.
Macy's beat on earnings and shares are off the races. The worst may be over, for now.
Macy's earnings beat is highlighting bullish technical setups in a handful of retail stocks. Here's how to trade them...
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