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Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Wells Capital Management, explains why he's brushing off the recent slew of weak data, ranging from U.S. gross domestic product to consumer spending.
CNBC's Kate Rogers looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. Charter announced it would buy Time Warner Cable. And a number of FIFA officials were indicted for receiving $150 million in bribes.
Allen Questrom, Former J.C. Penney CEO, gives insight to why he thinks went wrong with retail stocks such as Michael Kors and Coach.
As more sales go online, more malls are relying on curated and dynamic experiences to drive traffic to stores. CNBC's Courtney Reagan explains how tech meets mall retail.
German consumers are now more optimistic since the GfK research group started compiling its forward-looking consumer confidence index in the 1990s.
George Godber, fund manager at Miton Group, explains why he thinks the U.K.'s JD Sports is a success story in the fitness retail industry.
Daniel Lalonde, CEO of SMCP Group, says the high-end retailer's business model and positioning as a contemporary Paris fashion brand resonate well in Asia, especially in China.
Japan's retail sales rose 5.0 percent in the year to April, bolstering the BOJ's view that consumer spending is picking up in a recovering economy.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on the expansion of off-price retailers.
Michael Kors Holdings reported its slowest quarterly revenue growth since it went public in December 2011.
Oliver Chen, Cowen, discusses retail results from big names like Michael Kors and Tiffany.
Ike Boruchow, Sterne Agee, and CNBC's Courtney Reagan, break down the luxury retail data and weigh in on the profitability of Amazon's same-day service.
Retail sales in the United Kingdom picked up strongly in the year to May, with expectations for next month at their highest in 27 years.
CNBC's Mandy Drury looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. The Lumber Liquidator CEO resigns. LA agrees to raise its minimum wage, and egg prices have nearly tripled because of the bird flu.
It's a $5 piece of hardware using bluetooth technology that retailers across industries hope will be the answer to their prayers -- targeting consumers on the spot and making brick and mortar stores more mobile-friendly. Courtney Reagan explains retail's new bet.
John Morris, BMO Capital Markets, discusses what it will take to get Gap back on track after continuing weakness in sales. Also, how other retailers stack up.
Stacey Widlitz, CNBC retail analyst, discusses where to find opportunity in the retail market, The Closing Bell panel weighs in.
Shares of Best Buy are up 40 percent in the last year. Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services, and Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial, debate the trade on the stock.
Jeremy Hill, managing director at Old Blackheath Companies, discusses the minutes from the last Fed meeting and explains why U.S. retail stocks look attractive at the moment.
Stacy Widlitz, SW Retail Advisors, and Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises discuss big names in the retail sector and make their picks on who they believe is the top dog.