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Both stocks are in bear-market territory. Here's what the charts say to do now.
Your Christmas shopping is finally done! It's time to think about your after-Christmas shopping.
We are absolutely due for a rip-your-face-off rally in the wake of entering a bear market.
Online sales have topped $110 billion to date, according to Adobe Analytics, with companies like Amazon leading the charge. But others are holding their own with click-and-collect sales.
Focus on high-quality dividend payers as we move toward a possible yield-curve inversion and U.S. recession.
Total e-commerce sales for holiday shopping have hit $80.3 billion from Nov. 1 through Dec. 6, nearly 19% year-over-year growth from 2017, according to newly released data from Adobe Analytics.
Investors are stressing about the economy and the Fed, which has little room to maneuver, Jim Cramer says.
Not sure where to start for your upcoming White Elephant gift exchange? Here are some ideas.
Big tech could be better long-term. Pick wisely in retail. Hug consumer staples stalwarts. Be careful with banks.
It's not every retailer who would benefit from eased trade tensions. Wells Fargo breaks down which stocks could benefit.
What to buy and what to trim on the 90-day extension on trade talks.
As far as fiscal policy... yeah, that's still unsustainable. No change there.
Whether you know the mega music star from her controversies or multiple platinum albums, Taylor Swift is undoubtedly one of the most powerful names in the industry. Her net worth is estimated to be around $320 million. But, how did the star build her brand?
While Thanksgiving weekend shopping was mixed, the best for merchants may be yet to come, says retail group.
Cyber Monday sales are expected to top $7.9 billion, according to Adobe Analytics. That makes it the biggest online shopping day yet in U.S. history.
What comes next? Anything concrete to justify this rally? Sorry, says Jim Cramer. It's just a reprieve, not a sustainable turnaround.
Stocks closed higher on Monday with Wall Street getting a lift from record Black Friday and Cyber Monday spending and a rebound in oil prices.
Let's look at the charts and indicators to see the risks ahead.
Online sales continue to scorch higher, helping to improve the mood on Wall Street. Which stocks will win as a result?
Black Friday is known for its frenzied mall shoppers, but it's turning out that a big chunk of sales are coming not just from door-busting but from phone tapping.
Cyber Monday sales are off to a big start - hitting $531 million in online sales by mid-morning, according to data provided by Adobe Analytics.
Jim Cramer gives his thoughts on the retail sector ahead of the holidays.
With Cyber Monday just around the corner, here are the retailers that historically have been the place to get some of the best deals online.
Cyber Monday is projected to be the single biggest online shopping day yet in the U.S.
Black Friday is expected to hit $23 billion in sales, and has reached $6.22 billion in online purchases alone.
Some 164 million Americans expected to buy holiday gifts.
The Dow closed the day down triple digits while the Nasdaq and S&P also traded lower.
Here's what investors need to know about Black Friday.
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