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Retail took center stage this week as second quarter earnings season wraps up.
Nordstrom's quarter is propelling the stock well past March's proposed private pricing, but retail industry concerns remain.
Vertical integration is a structure where a company owns the supply chain for its product, typically one or two companies involved in different stages of production.
The prospect of reduced trade tensions between the U.S. and China injects life into the markets.
Buyers rushed in after WMT reported earnings, sending it nearly 9% higher.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer was impressed with Walmart's latest earnings and doesn't see a pullback on the horizon, after Thursday's 10% stock surge.
U.S. stock futures slip on Friday, following a jump of nearly 400 points in the Dow Jones Industrial Average during the previous session; Nvidia shares tumble as third-quarter revenue guidance comes in below estimates; Nordstrom soars on earnings beat, raised guidance.
Keep these issues in mind as you think about how to trade right now.
The markets looked set to be pulled down by disappointing guidance from Nvidia and Applied Materials Materials.
Walmart -- with great growth -- sparks optimism, but Jim Cramer says it's not the only stock to fuel the day's rally.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, Aug. 16.
Walmart's focus on labor is helping sales, but is it enough?
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer reacts to Thursday's stock market rebound from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and analyzes financial results from retail stocks like Walmart and JCPenney.
Stocks surge on Thursday after China says it is set to resume trade talks with the United States, and Walmart tops earnings estimates and raises full-year guidance.
After today's stunning quarter from Walmart you could argue that Amazon better look out.
TheStreet Ratings quantitative stock model maintains a Buy recommendation on Walmart. Since the stock was upgraded to Buy from Hold on Feb. 22, 2017, the shares have climbed by as much as 40% in value.
The retail giant's physical stores drove the lion's share of its sales growth. And Walmart's e-commerce sales profile is very different from Amazon's.
Here's why the S&P 500 is up so much Thursday. Thank you, Walmart.
Walmart is fresh off a very impressive second quarter. Here's what one CEO who works in the Walmart ecosystem thinks the world's largest retailer is doing right.
We still like PEP, but think Thursday's market rally and CEO Indra Nooyi's looming departure give us a window to raise some cash.
Walmart's e-commerce continues to boom across the globe.
For Walmart, I think it's the stores that really matter.
J.C. Penney shares get hammered Thursday in response to weak second-quarter results. Did you see the bond market move?
After rallying to more than $100 a share, the stock could pull back to around $95 before consolidating gains.
After Wednesday's stock market selloff triggered by Turkey and China worries, the broader markets rebounded on Thursday.
A silver medal behind's Amazon's gold and a rising stock price isn't all that much to complain about.
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