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Amid Amazon's long-standing love affair with Wall Street, the rest of the retail industry is getting hammered — online and off.
As rising home values encourage consumers to spend more on their residences, two retailers have failed to latch onto the trend.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a sharply lower open on Thursday after trading in China was suspended for the second time in a week.
Stocks are scratching around for an excuse to move higher, but bears may keep the pressure on ahead of Friday's jobs report.
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U.S. stocks opened sharply lower in a global equities sell off that started with a report showing a tenth month of decline in Chinese manufacturing.
Consumer discretionary is set for another great year in 2016, traders say.
Roughly a quarter of returns take place during the holiday season — meaning an ill-advised purchase can quickly turn from bad to worthless.
*Nike reverses course after hitting record high. *Celgene up after settling patent litigation. Dec 23- Wall Street rallied for the third straight session on Wednesday, led by sharp gains in energy stocks as a rebound in oil prices boosted sentiment heading into the Christmas holiday.
*Nike reverses course after hitting record high. *Celgene up after settling patent litigation. The market rallies into Christmas, "said Jeff Clark, trading analyst at Stansberry Research in Baltimore.
*Nike hits record high after quarterly results. *Celgene up after settling patent litigation. The market rallies into Christmas, "said Jeff Clark, trading analyst at Stansberry Research.
Futures are pointing to a higher open on Wall Street this morning, as Wall Street aims for a third straight session of gains.
It expects third-quarter net sales to hit $3 billion, a 0.3 percent increase from a year ago.
*J.C. Penney, Backcountry.com also settle. Dec 9- Four U.S. retailers agreed to pay $1.3 million of fines to settle U.S. civil charges that they deceived consumers by falsely labeling and advertising textile products as containing bamboo, when they were actually made from rayon. Bed Bath& Beyond Inc will pay $500,000, Nordstrom Inc will pay $360,000, J.C. Penney Co...
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A "Death by Amazon" index created by a research firm shows that the online retailer's dominance of the rest of the industry has never been greater.
Wal-Mart sent market jitters when it slashed forecasts, but it isn't the only major U.S. company with a gloomy outlook.
Target unveiled a "price matching" policy that begins Oct. 1. Unlike last year, purchases on Target.com will now eligible for price matching with competitors.
NEW YORK, Sept 25- Wall Street is bracing for a grim earnings season, with little improvement expected anytime soon. Analysts have been cutting projections for the third quarter, which ends on Wednesday, and beyond. Forecasts for third-quarter S&P 500 earnings now call for a 3.9 percent decline from a year ago, based on Thomson Reuters data, with half of the S&P...