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Home Depot crushed it, again.
Wall Street returns from the long holiday weekend with enough energy to push stocks to new records.
Stocks trade above closing records on Tuesday as energy names rally on a boost to crude oil.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbs for its eighth straight session in a row on Tuesday as better-than-expected earnings from Walmart lift spirits for the retail earnings season.
Stock futures moved higher on Tuesday as positive earnings from retailers including Walmart and Home Depot lifted spirits across the board.
Breadth has a small window to improve from the poor and lagging action we saw last week.
Investors will be watching a newly hawkish Federal Reserve in the coming week.
Mattresses and winter apparel will have big markdowns.
The world's biggest lens maker posted a slim consensus beat on earnings and said sales should grow 3% to 5% next year.
There's a big debate in Washington over the proposed border adjustment tax.
Stocks extend losses Thursday following their best record-breaking streak since late 1991.
Stock futures trade slightly lower on Thursday as investors pause following the best record-breaking streak since late 1991.
Wall Street closed at records again on Wednesday, scoring its longest record-making streak since George Bush Sr. held the White House.
The once-beleaguered company is continuing its amazing comeback in a quarter of tripled profits. Here's why investor need to get "busy with the fizzy" now.
Stocks hold higher by early afternoon Wednesday even as Federal Reserve officials back at least three rate hikes this year, the timing of which remain murky.
President Donald Trump is meeting with the leaders of eight big retailers at the White House.
President Trump is meeting with retail CEOs on Wednesday.
Stocks rise to new intraday records on Wednesday as the president again makes vague references to a forthcoming tax reform plan.
How can he meet with retail sector execs and say no to them?
Target (TGT), Best Buy (BBY), and Gap (GPS) among the retailers whose chief executives will attend a White House meeting.
The CEOs of Target and Best Buy are expected to meet with Congressman Kevin Brady on Wednesday to persuade Congress not to support the border adjustment tax.
The once-proud retailer's debt and pension obligations and its customer losses are just too great to overcome.
Cramer shares his views about Disney, the most de-risked entertainment company ever, and wonders why, if Trump is so bad for stocks, there's no correction yet.
FireEye is known for its cybersecurity platform that can detect threats before they infiltrate a company's network perimeter.
Keep this list handy as Sears' life winds down.
Amazon will have to overcome significant issues if it plans on selling lingerie online.
Interpublic and United Parcel raise dividends, and a recap of notable dates.