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Recent sharp declines in the warehouse store operators make them better plays, but not screaming buys.
Recent sharp declines in share prices of the warehouse store operators make them better plays, but not screaming buys.
Losses worsened on Wall Street Thursday.
Stocks lower on Thursday even as crude gains.
Stocks lower on Thursday on worries over North Korea.
Futures trading indicates stocks will open lower on Thursday.
Stock futures under pressure as North Korea threat escalates.
U.S. stock futures are mixed on Wednesday in a return from the July 4 break.
July 4 makes for a shorter week.
Whole Foods and Amazon was just one of the major food stories in June.
Grocery stocks are down as Amazon buys Whole Foods.
Wall Street slumps as worries rise over the U.S.'s role in the Syrian conflict and a disappointing jobs number for March.
Stocks add to gains on Friday as oil and energy names distract from worries over the U.S.'s role in the Syrian conflict.
A big miss on the U.S. jobs number for March and U.S. military intervention in the Syrian Civil War keep investors busy to end the week.
Geopolitical threats rose overnight after the U.S. military executed an airstrike against Syria in retaliation to a chemical attack earlier this week.
Stock futures fall on Friday after a big miss on the March jobs number and following U.S. military action in Syria.
PriceSmart missed analysts earnings estimates by two cents.
U.S. stock futures turn higher Thursday after the Fed commits to further monetary tightening in 2017. Investors also are anticipating the meeting between Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed higher if they report positive earnings this week.
Wall Street enters a new week and new quarter on Monday with stocks at or close to all-time records set at the beginning of March.
Wall Street's pro-business agenda could suffer collateral damage, as infighting among Republicans grows worse. Here's how to trade in the days ahead.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average came agonizingly close to its 20,000 milestone before falling short and backing off.
Dow 20,000 came agonizingly close on Friday, but building momentum flagged in the final moments of the trading session.