Are you ready for Tuesday to be over?

The markets closed in the green. Well, all except Nasdaq, which closed flat. But hey, let's take what we can get.

Let's go over some of the top news on Tuesday.

Walmart's (WMT) Jet.com will soon start offering same-day grocery deliveries in New York City, putting more pressure on rival Amazon AMZN .

Jet will open a fulfillment center in the Bronx in the fall to facilitate the same-day deliveries.

Fellow rival Target (TGT) already offers same-day product deliveries, not just groceries, to certain parts of New York City.

And Stitch Fix SFIX had a great day after it announced that it was planning on releasing a kids line.

The retailer also got a bullish analyst note from KeyBanc. Ed Yruma, an analyst with KeyBanc, rated Stitch Fix as overweight and set the price target at $38.

The stock currently trades around $32 and was up around 6% when the market closed.

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