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The top three stocks in the retail ETF mask declines everywhere else.
It is hard to see how the troubled retailer pulls out of the death spiral in which it finds itself.
Amazon, Costco and Walmart are all there really is out there.
The upcoming Atlantic hurricane season looks to be a doozey.
Sears is getting embarrassed in this key business.
Jim Cramer discusses Lululemon and also mentions that the rally is earning some trust.
Board of Directors Declares 17% Percent Increase in Quarterly Cash Dividend
I see a lot of bandwidth in the industry and a core shopper that might be disappearing.
Lowe's continues to trail rival Home Depot.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq both closed out the week with fresh records.
If that's your game, do it synthetically, not through equities. At least that way you can control your risk.
Jim Cramer says that when it comes to alarming negativity and ridiculous exuberance, both extremes are wrong; investors need to get real.
Gains on Wall Street went from negligible to modest on Wednesday after Federal Reserve minutes showed a central bank comfortable with moving rates higher again.
Stocks add to gains Wednesday after Federal Reserve minutes show a central bank comfortable with moving rates higher again.
Stocks creep higher ahead the afternoon release of Federal Reserve minutes, an insight into the central bank's thinking before its next meeting in June.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
A steep post-earnings decline in rival Lowe's is dragging down an already weak Home Depot.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer said Lowe's quarterly results was disappointing compared to Home Depot.
Stocks are cautiously higher as investors await the afternoon release of Federal Reserve minutes, an insight into the central bank's thinking ahead of its next meeting in June.
Stock futures are slightly higher on Wednesday morning as investors await the afternoon release of Federal Reserve minutes, an insight into the central bank's thinking ahead of its June meeting.
What is going on here?