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The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the week near records following a rally in banking and energy stocks earlier in the week.
Despite the recent pop, stick with the merchandise, not the stock.
Wall Street ended just shy of records on Tuesday as a collapse in crude oil prices limited upward momentum.
The luxury jewelry brand beat Wall Street's expectations for the third quarter, but economic and other uncertainties have raised doubts about its growth potential, at least in the short term.
Stocks climb on Tuesday as evidence of an economy on the mend overshadows a slump in crude oil prices.
Buyers of Tiffany's shares have been more aggressive for about the last five months.
Tiffany offered an impressive earnings report even if they were jumping over a lowered bar, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Stocks move higher on Tuesday morning, shaking off earlier losses driven by a slump in crude oil.
Tiffany continues to be hurt by a variety of global economic factors, not to mention protests related to Donald Trump's U.S. presidential election win.
A strengthening Chinese economy has led to a return of strong demand for luxury goods in the country.
U.S. stocks are mixed on Tuesday, as oil prices fall.
Stock futures hold higher on Tuesday morning, unperturbed by a sharp decline in crude oil prices, as the U.S. economy grows at a faster-than-expected pace over the third quarter.
Tiffany & Co. will present the first of a five-part video series on contemporary art entitled New Ways of Seeing with each remaining film video to be released in one-month intervals.
Oil prices tumble Tuesday on doubts that OPEC can reach an agreement to cut production; U.S. stock futures point to a mild rebound for Wall Street.
Tiffany & Co. (NYSE:TIF) reported that worldwide net sales increased 1% in the three months ("third quarter") ended October 31, 2016, reflecting mixed results across geographic regions and product categories.
On Tuesday the markets await quarterly results from Tiffany and the second estimate of third-quarter gross domestic product.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.
Tiffany stock bottomed out in July and has been moving higher ever since.
For the week of November 28, the markets await the November jobs report and a slew of retail earnings.
The U.S. labor market is back in the spotlight in the coming week with the nonfarm payrolls report on tap for a Friday morning release.
Retail stocks are soaring in anticipation of a robust holiday season, but excessive optimism now makes the hottest retailers risky.
Jim Cramer ponders how this market simply can't stay down and also discusses how it isn't too late to get in.
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Jim Cramer looks ahead to quarterly earnings from Tiffany, to be released on Nov. 29.
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The Board of Directors of Tiffany & Co. (NYSE: TIF) has declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.
The market consensus has flipped from disaster to euphoria. Opportunities still exist.
Security around Donald Trump's residence on Fifth Avenue is playing havoc with shoppers trying to visit nearby retailers like Tiffany's. And that has Tiffany investors worried.