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The market punished the consistent companies and rewarded the turnaround stories on Wednesday.
Jim Cramer and our other experts look at the housing business, not loving your stocks, and banks and the cannabis space.
Jim discusses what he is seeing in retail, Comcast's pursuit of Fox assets, and more on the market. He also answers a club member's question on bank stocks!
Target shares fall sharply in premarket trading after the retailer posts weaker-than-expected first-quarter earnings and slowing comparable-sales growth.
U.S. stock futures are falling as comments from Donald Trump on North Korea and trade with China dent sentiment; Target, Lowe's and Tiffany report earnings; casino workers in Las Vegas vote to authorize a strike.
Your best defense against markets that twist and turn in undesirable ways is to know what you are trying to accomplish.
Amazon isn't the only threat to traditional supermarkets in the U.S. Macroeconomics is critical in how consumers of today and tomorrow shop for groceries.
Our strategy for when traders could to do some buying.
Investors will try to contain their emotions ahead of a long holiday weekend. But, with the dollar and oil hovering around highs concerns on the direction of stocks will likely persist.
Here's a hot take: Just let Amazon buy Sears. Or Apple buy Tesla. Or even Microsoft and Netflix.
As wages and transportation costs climb, retailers must be more efficient to keep costs down, say analysts.
The second quarter is halfway through. Here's what you have to know to be prepared for a new week on Wall Street.
Jim discusses Macy's quarter as a readthrough to Nordstrom, defense and North Korea, and more on the market!
Sears chairman and CEO Eddie Lampert told investors at its annual meeting Wednesday that the company is 'fighting like hell' to transform the company. But it's way too little, way too late, say analysts.
The average consumer spends $186 on Mother's Day, leading to $23.6 billion in total annual spending for Mom's celebrations.
Retail stocks across the board were falling Monday morning.
PYPL tanked Wednesday on news about Amazon Pay, but we think the declines were too severe.
Amazon clearly doesn't care about making money from its retail business. Lookout everyone else.
Amazon's Prime growth could mean bad things for the nation's biggest apparel sellers.
Amazon pretty much can't be stopped at this point. Here's how to think about investing off this giant company's growth.
Shipt, the membership-based delivery service launches for the first time with Target stores in Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, and Fort Collins metro areas
Amazon CEO's Jeff Bezos annual letter to shareholders is always a great read. This year, he reminded his rivals that they really have no shot at thwarting Amazon's charge.
Amazon continues to be under pressure thanks to Twitter attacks from President Trump. TheStreet looks at whether Trump has some valid points.
Retail stocks have mostly risen since February, but that's deceiving.
Walmart and Target seem to be zooming ahead.
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