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Goldman Sachs Clothed in Caution on Levi, Ralph Lauren and PVH

Goldman Sachs Clothed in Caution on Levi, Ralph Lauren and PVH

The firm expects headwinds for wholesale-led apparel brands in the second half.

Even in Slowdown, Nike Could Run to New Highs

Even in Slowdown, Nike Could Run to New Highs

The shoe company might tap around for a bit in the $88-$90 range in the short-run, but if it stays above $85, it could then race to around $100.

Amazon's Taking a Celebrity Twist on Prime Day

Amazon's Taking a Celebrity Twist on Prime Day

Amazon's Prime Day is taking place July 15 and the 16, but the added day isn't the only new thing for Prime Day.

American Eagle to Sell Green Growth CBD Products at Its Stores

American Eagle to Sell Green Growth CBD Products at Its Stores

American Eagle will sell CBD-infused personal care products in nearly 500 brick-and-mortar stores as well as online.

Fashion a Deal With Capri Holdings

Fashion a Deal With Capri Holdings

Big-name fashion brand CPRI is priced beautifully.

Levi Is Stitching Together a Growth Plan, But Will It Unravel?

Levi Is Stitching Together a Growth Plan, But Will It Unravel?

Levi's management has a solid roadmap ahead, but it might be reaching too high post-IPO.

How Many Pairs of Jeans Does a Person Need?

How Many Pairs of Jeans Does a Person Need?

Levi's is Real Money's Stock of the Day. Despite beating on the top and bottom lines and raising full year revenue guidance, shares of the denim company are down over 10%. TheStreet's Jacob Sonenshine breaks down what investors need to know.

You Can't Wrangle Over Levi's Coolness, but You Can Over Its Earnings

You Can't Wrangle Over Levi's Coolness, but You Can Over Its Earnings

Levi Strauss & Co. missed expectations, but the iconic brand has history and an aggressive strategy, so here's how loyalists can play the stock.

What Does the Rip in Levi's Jeans Mean for the Rest of Retail

What Does the Rip in Levi's Jeans Mean for the Rest of Retail

Will the slower sales expected at Levi Strauss carry over to the rest of the retail sector. Jim Cramer breaks down what to expect.

Levi Strauss Pullback Has More to Do With an Inflated IPO

Levi Strauss Pullback Has More to Do With an Inflated IPO

Now that things have corrected, LEVI stock might be offering some opportunities.