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The grocery industry is a great example. American shoppers average about 60 minutes spent shopping for food each week.
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.
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.
The new campus can hold 15,000 employees and is Amazon's largest office in the world, Reuters reported.
In one, the U.S. is faltering, and in the other, it's booming -- but there's much more to it than either.
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.
The news comes the same week that Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced a solar panel rental program that seemed designed to boost business at the division.
The retail giant scored a big second-quarter earnings beat and reported that its traffic and sales continue to grow.
U.S. stock futures rise as Wall Street looks ahead to the release Wednesday of the minutes from the Federal Reserve's meeting in July and a speech Friday from Chairman Jerome Powell; Donald Trump says he's looking at cutting payroll taxes for Americans; Target and Lowe's report earnings.
Some retailers are increasing in relevance. Others have less and less reason for being.
Jim Cramer says if you want to see the U.S. economy's strength, look to Home Depot, where the consumer's confidence and influence remains healthy.
Dick's has been the most publicly prominent among the retailers about the subject of firearms sales, CNN reports.
But president should use position now to cut a deal with China on tariffs to avoid hammering consumer confidence.
Reduce holdings on Target with the stock between this monthly pivot at $86.66 and its all-time high at $90.39. Be cautious as Target only beat earnings estimates twice over the last six quarters.
I am long KSS, and have a number of options trades in play that I have used to reduce net basis.
Walmart and BuzzFeed's Tasty are today serving up a new, first-of-its-kind feature - shoppable recipes.
It will be interesting to see whether Macy's weak performance was shared by these names.
Jim Cramer is weighing in on two stocks that he considers 'anti-mall.'
The freedom of choice coupled with a plentiful job market and frugality define this new beast.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Lyft's lock-up, Trump and China and his Real Money column.
The new brand extends the Minneapolis retailer's investments in food and beverage, including better presentation in stores and same-day delivery.
Dillard's shares could sink to historic lows in the months to come.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Lyft's lock-up, Trump and China and his latest take on the markets.
HD is promoting optimism among more defensively minded retail investors.
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