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Stocks end mixed Thursday as strong Walmart earnings and a positive retail sales report beat back trade uncertainty and worries about falling bond rates.
Everyone seems to be either thinking we're going to hell in a handbasket or that we're strong and nothing's wrong -- here's my take.
Curious about Walmart after the company posted impressive earnings?
You need to let shares settle down first before nibbling and that will require some time.
With WMT's U.S. dominance, these are the two big waves of momentum it needs to ride to revalue shares in the long term.
The retail behemoth reported strong sales growth above expectations, and gave new guidance that suggests the king of retail isn't too worried about a recession.
While we do not have a dog in the digital shopping fight, we are watching shares of Farfetch, a technology platform company for the luxury fashion industry.
Walmart's second-quarter performance was a reminder that value can be captured in a generally soft equities market, particularly by playing the high-quality, counter-cyclical card amid macroeconomic worries.
Clearly the shift to digital shopping is not only underfoot, or more properly stated on a variety of keyboards, it is accelerating.
With tariffs looming and hard competition, here's how to play the mega-retailer after earnings.
Jim discusses this morning's interview with Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins and he reiterates the stocks we like on volatility.
Walmart can hit new 52-week highs as long as bulls remain in control of price. With the company's latest earnings beat, that makes investors' job much easier.
Walmart posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings Thursday, and boosted its full-year profit guidance even as it said the world's biggest retailer highlighted the uncertainty of trade relations between the U.S. and China.
Michael Reynolds, investment strategy officer at Glenmede, sat down with TheStreet to talk about the strength of the consumer.
Jim Cramer shares his latest take on the market, and no, he still doesn't see a recession...yet.
U.S. retail sales have risen at WMT for an unparalleled consecutive 20 quarters.
Wall Street futures steadied Thursday as China vowed to retaliate on last month's tariff move by the United States and Hong Kong's ambassador to the United Kingdom warned that Beijing would not "sit on its hands" as protests in the city head towards their eleventh week.
Walmart and Amazon were helping boost U.S. markets Thursday.
Let's check WMT's charts and indicators to see if this early strength is sustainable.
Stocks to buy on this volatile global macro environment, and what needs to change to avoid a recession.
It's another round of Walmart earnings. But, did you know that the retailer has been around since 1962 and is the brainchild of Sam 'Mr. Sam' Walton? Watch the video timeline.
U.S. stock futures turned lower Thursday after China says it will retaliate if the U.S. applies tariffs to more China-made goods on Sept. 1; Cisco sinks after issuing a weak outlook for its fiscal first quarter.
Here's list of key companies reporting earnings the week of August 12th.
Jim Cramer looks at what he calls 'bizarre bond market behavior' where interest rates are plunging, even though the U.S. economy seems to be humming along.
The new school year is almost here. Where can you get some of the best school supplies at a major discount?
Reduce holdings on Walmart on strength above its monthly pivot at $107.02 and up to its 50-day simple moving average at $110.38. Do not ignore a negative weekly chart.
Jim Cramer has is WATCHing other stocks, not Macy's.
While bank stocks led Wednesday's market rout, retailers weren't far behind, with shares of Macy's plummeting after the department store giant reported notably weak second quarter earnings.
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