NEW YORK, Aug 27- U.S. stocks were little changed on Wednesday, holding near record highs on a day of light volume, though a number of retail stocks traded heavily after reporting results. Both Tiffany& Co and apparel retailer Express Inc rose after posting quarterly revenue that topped expectations and raising their full-year profit views.» Read More
Ralph Lauren gained 60% for one-year, recently hitting an all-time high. But today, shares are down due to two downgrades by Citi and S&P. So is it time to buy or time to sell? Christine Chen, Needham & Company, discusses.
the Fast Money traders discuss the signs of life in retail, with Brian Sozzi, analyst at Wall Street Strategies.
CNBC's Darren Rovell has the details on Reebok refunding customers over unsubstantiated EasyTone claims.
As investors look for bargains in the stock markets and consumers look for deals that won't lighten wallets as much, Kevin O'Brien, president and CEO of Revere Data, suggests investors look into the food, living arrangement, apparel and transportation sectors.
Shoe stocks are on a run after reporting blow-out quarterly profits. Debating whether there is still room to grow in this sector, with Britt Beemer, America's Research Group, and Brian Sozzi, Wall Street Strategies weigh in.
Some retail stocks are bucking the trend, posting healthy gains, and investors are finding these companies suit them perfectly, says Jennifer Davis, Lazard Capital Markets analyst.
TJX drew upside option activity yesterday as it continued to deliver growth in sales and profit.
Mohan Singh, Head of Asian Consumer Equity Research, MF Global believes that Esprit's growth is likely to come from emerging markets like India and China.
"We absolutely expect strong growth in China to continue. The government is looking at some of the luxury taxes and some of the duty implications which make the prices slightly higher over there," Angela Ahrendts, Burberry CEO, told CNBC.
Cramer says retail stocks are bizarrely on fire and asks David Jaffe, Ascena Retail Group CEO what's going on with this company and whether the stock is still fashionable.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer takes a look at Francesca's Holdings, a specialty retailer of clothing and asks is this fresh-faced IPO worth owning, or does it belong in the sell block?
Retail sales fell for the second straight month in August, and that means retailers must work harder to gain market share, two analysts told CNBC Wednesday.
Discussing the outlook for the shopping season and how it may impact the economy, with Stacey Widlitz, SW Retail Advisors Inc. president and Chris Christopher, IHS Global Insight senior principal economist.
Is Foot Locker or Lululemon a better play for investors? Christopher Svezia, Susquehanna Financial Group, and Stacey Widlitz, SW Retail Advisors share their picks.
Students may be back in the classroom, but the back-to-school shopping season has not winded down yet. It comes as more and more parents do their shopping in piecemeal. The late trips to the mall may be a function of the struggling economy, but not all of it.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on J.Crew's first runway show at NY's Fashion week, and discusses how the brand has blurred the line between high-end and low-end fashion labels, with Jenna Lyons, J.Crew president/executive creative director.
Can the Japanese clothing retailers become the biggest apparel company in the world? Yasunobu Kyogoku, Uniqlo U.S. COO lays out the company's plans.
Nike and Adidas cash in on Chinese consumers’ desire to be seen in foreign brands.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains the importance of listening to what companies have to say about their outlook and not get too caught up in big picture information, with Manny Chirico, PVH Corp. CEO.
Sharing insight on G-III Apparel Group, with CNBC's Herb Greenberg.