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Best Buy shares could flame out at the hands of weak second-quarter results and guidance on Tuesday.
The market has cured many stressed out players, but also created new ones.
Cramer shares his views on Target's excuses. Apple, CVS and Urban Outfitters are among the stocks discussed.
In the week ahead, we'll get further clues as to whether a stock market correction is imminent.
Jim Cramer ponders how the playing field is being leveled and how three stocks indicate a change in interest rates.
Some have said the mall is dead. But retailers' results show that only some mall-based retailers are suffering while others thrive.
We think Whirlpool's 25% upside potential is justified by its prospects.
Retailers' results show that differentiation is the key to this new environment.
This was the quarter of bricks-and-mortar retail -- just not Target's bricks and mortar.
The troubled bookseller has parted ways with its CEO. Is today's stock plunge an opportunity to swoop in and pick up shares?
As brick-and-mortar stores such as Macy's leave the mall, restaurant and entertainment companies such as Dave & Buster's move in.
The restaurant-and-arcade chain plans big expansion at the same time Macy's is closing stores -- and that could be a boon for malls.
Ignore the optimists who argue that Sears is a turnaround story and value play. Here are the gory details as to why this ailing retailer is doomed.
J.C. Penney loves operating over 1,000 stores. Macy's loves closing tons of stores.
A massive rally in crude oil and better-than-expected quarterly performance out from the retail space helped to drive stocks to new highs.
A massive rally in crude oil and a better-than-expected quarterly performance from the retail space helped to drive the S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq to new highs on Thursday.
Stocks hold at highs by mid-afternoon Thursday as a series of positive earnings from retail companies pull Wall Street out of its recent rut.
If Mattress Firm could be acquired for a 115% premium, Macy's could be next.
At Home Group debuted on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday. Its CEO Lee Bird takes TheStreet's Brian Sozzi behind the scenes of its home decor business.
The company will have an uphill climb to please its new investors.
Struggling chain could use proceeds to fund a turnaround.
To what extent has the value of millions of square feet of bricks-and-mortar space been compromised?
The appliance maker may be one way to play the looming refinance boom.