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These stocks had gotten so expensive that there was no margin for error.
The retailer's recent price weakness is an opportunity for investors to act.
Core Japanese consumer prices fall by 0.5% from a year earlier, marking the largest decline in more than three years and raising pressure on the Bank of Japan.
Say goodbye to your local Sears or Kmart store this year.
Cash levels were not the only thing alarmingly wrong with Sears' second quarter.
The discount retailer continues to expect diluted earnings per share to fall by 10% to 15% in fiscal 2016.
The United States economy is shaky. This dividend stock is likely to perform well over the next recession -- just like it did during the Great Recession.
The second quarter will likely be another terrible quarter for the struggling retail chain.
Dollar Tree is increasing same-store sales and customer transactions, making this a buy-and-hold stock ahead of earnings Thursday.
Walmart is now using its youthful, tech savvy CEO to help improve public perception.
The retailer's business structure is changing for the worse -- and it's being ignored.
Shares of the electronics retailers spike following better-than-expected second-quarter sales and earnings.
Welspun India, a sheet supplier for Walmart (WMT) and Target (TGT), has reportedly been mislabeling its sheets as Egyptian cotton.
U.K. supermarket sales edge up 0.3% thanks to sunshine.
Asda sells photo division to Photo-Me International.
Earnings season is far from over, Cramer says, and the Fed chief gives a major speech Friday.
BMO Capital hiked Walmart's (WMT) stock price target to $67 this morning.
Best Buy shares could flame out at the hands of weak second-quarter results and guidance on Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton last week largely put her head down and kept quiet. The stocks that stand to do well under her presidency had a rather unremarkable week as well.
The world's largest retailer is well out in front of Amazon in the online grocery business.
Cramer shares his views on how to handle Hain-type problems. Valeant, Amazon and Whole Foods are among the stocks discussed.
Cramer shares his views on Target's excuses. Apple, CVS and Urban Outfitters are among the stocks discussed.
Jim Cramer ponders how the playing field is being leveled and how three stocks indicate a change in interest rates.