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Disney stock needs two things to happen for bulls to gain any meaningful confidence going forward. Here's what to watch for.
U.S. stock futures jump on Monday after Donald Trump says China contacted U.S. officials on Sunday and said 'let's get back to the table'; durable goods orders for July will be released Monday; Walt Disney and Target to create 'shop-in-shop' Disney stores at 25 Target locations.
Target will host 'shop-in-shop' Disney stores at dozens of locations starting in October.
- Disney store"shop-in-shop" locations will launch this October at 25 Target stores nationwide
For FL, the story is very much a question of whether the second half of the year can be better than the first.
Amazon has put tremendous pressure on traditional brick-and-mortar names and more recently, the trade war has become a headwind. But these names are posting robust growth and proving they can adapt.
Investors can find far better yield by simply buying the S&P 500.
The Fed Chair's address this day will move markets. This we know.
While earnings season may be winding down, there are still a few key companies reporting the week of August 19th.
Jim Cramer asks: If the consumer is so strong, what the heck is the case for a rate cut? He's got all the reasons for the Fed to take preemptive action.
Retail sector's rally pushes PIR up 22.6% just two weeks after NYSE threatened to delist the company.
The Fed has more than enough reason to be preemptive in a way it's never been, preemptively positive.
I do think that they realize that they are in a fight, and are being aggressive.
Dick's Sporting Goods posts second-quarter sales that surpass analysts' forecasts and lifts its full-year outlook - another sign that the U.S. consumer remains alive and well despite signs of slowing economic growth.
Citigroup upgrades shares of the retailer to buy from neutral.
Nordstrom is turning the ship around from its 52 week lows. As retail foments its rift, is the company now a winner?
U.S. stock futures turn slightly higher Thursday; Dick's Sporting Goods and Salesforce.com report earnings; Donald Trump slams Ford for backing an agreement with California to lower emission standards.
But now the market awaits any news from the Fed at Jackson Hole later this week.
A brief yield curve inversion did not distract investors from strong earnings from retail giants Target and Lowe's.
In one, the U.S. is faltering, and in the other, it's booming -- but there's much more to it than either.
BMO Capital Markets initiates an Outperform rating for BP p.l.c. and Benchmark gives Marvell Technology Group a Buy rating -- both are stocks in our portfolio.
TGT is widening the divide in retail by navigating headline risks.
Target shares surge to a record after the big-box retailer reports second-quarter earnings that handily beat analysts' estimates, and raises its full-year guidance as consumers continue to choose the company's offerings of 'cheap-chic' brand and products.
The retailer's second quarter came in incredibly strong, but the math shows the headline guidance doesn't quite add up -- that's partly why I'm cutting in half my position.
Target reported a phenomenal quarter, but how much does that depend on a strong consumer? Jim Cramer breaks it down
I'm taking some shares of this recent IPO today.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Target's earnings and why consumers need to go into the stores to really understand the stocks.
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