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With China reducing its GDP forecast and Europe's central bank growing cautious, markets turned lower this week.
Now that we've gotten the reports from Kohl's, Macy's, TJ Maxx, Nordstrom and Gap, let's see how they stack up.
It would make little sense to take a step backward into bricks and mortar when consumer trends are so clearly shifting toward online purchases.
Jim Cramer says that there's not enough ammo in the markets to pull the trigger to buy.
Jim discusses Amazon closing its pop-up stores and why that's good for their partnership with Kohl's, stocks Facebook and PayPal, and much more!
As AMZN's pop-up store experiment comes to a close, they're pursuing a variety of projects that require physical locations.
Jim Cramer says investors need to consider the bear the motivation, and they need to consider the big sellers they'll have to outrun.
Amazon has 87 pop-up stores spread across the U.S. but is rethinking its retail strategy.
This report comes ahead of the Labor Department's release of nonfarm payroll numbers this Friday.
Most notable Tuesday were a few pockets of speculative action in small-cap China-related names and some of the cannabis plays.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended lower Tuesday, extending modest declines for the week.
There are signs in the market that the talks may not be going as well as thought, or at least that some believe that Trump thinks he has the upper hand.
I'd consider a small upside trade with a risk equal to reward and favoring the historical action.
The market is pinpointing partnerships as the prime movers of Kohl's stock.
Kohl's fourth quarter showed comparable sales, margins and inventory all trending positively. The company also has strong fundamentals and a modest valuation.
On top of pedestrian same store sales, I am troubled by the decrease in operating income, the flat gross margin rate, and the higher SG&A expense rate.
Kohl's posted stronger-than-expected fourth quarter earnings Tuesday, and said it would buyback as much as $500 million in shares this year, as the department store chain notched solid same store sales over the holiday period.
Why is the Kohls partnership with Amazon such a good thing for the retailer? Jim Cramer explains.
What's next for Papa John's? And Jim Cramer's thoughts on Kohl's and Salesforce earnings.
We are excited about the company's possibilities with Amazon.
KSS is a good value stock that has kept stable sales in a less than cordial market.
Kohl's beat expectations, John Schnatter's out and Salesforce falls on weak guidance. Here's what Jim Cramer thinks of some of the top headlines.
CEO Michelle Gass said that the strong holiday season was a major driver of the earnings beat.
The retailer's shares are rising after reporting earnings, but the mixed indicators found in its charts make it questionable whether the rally can be sustained.
If we didn't know where the algorithms that now control the point of sale were lined up before Monday, we sure know now.
U.S. stocks look set to open flat Tuesday, following the biggest single-day decline in nearly a month, as investors continue to weigh the prospect of a comprehensive U.S.-China trade deal against fragile global economic growth.
U.S. stock futures rise as Wall Street monitors U.S.-China trade developments; Salesforce.com declines after issuing tepid first-quarter guidance; Target and Kohl's report earnings Tuesday; GM to end production at a plant in Ohio on Wednesday.
Kohl's Corporation (NYSE:KSS) today reported results for the quarter and year ended February 2, 2019.
Revenue expected to slide 1.4% at retailer for latest quarter.
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