Friday is set to be the year's heaviest volume day as the Russell indexes get rebalanced, meaning some stocks will be added and others demoted.
Snap shares sinking to trade around IPO price could spell trouble ahead for future IPOs.
Stocks are reacting to the cold, hard facts of the economy first and foremost.
Beyond the rotation from tech to banks, the old growth vs. value divide is reemerging in the stock market.
Alibaba's and Nordstrom's shares both climbed on Thursday, offering a clearer picture of how receptive Wall Street is to certain retailers.
Risks are far from out of the picture, but the stock market is choosing to hear what it wants.
Wall Street is preparing for an onslaught of more retailers' earnings to come — but it's a different mix of companies reporting.
Some of the biggest department stores reported disappointing earnings this week that have sent retail stocks tumbling.
Retail has reached a tipping point, and it's looking like an uphill battle from here.
Nordstrom reported better-than-expected earnings, as many retail stocks struggled to win Wall Street over with disappointing results.
CNBC ran a study to find out how other retailers fare after a one-day drop of 10 percent ore more in Macy's.
Digital sales are becoming a more vital component to many retailers' businesses, as Amazon poses tough competition, Jan Kniffen tells CNBC.
The stock market may be priced for perfection, but here's why it's not all that hard to swallow.
Here are three key themes to pay close attention to ahead of Thursday night's tech earnings deluge.
Xcel Brands has developed a model that slashes the amount of time it takes an item to go from the sketch pad to the selling floor.
In one example of a change in strategy, Neuberger Berman sounded out hedge funds about investing in Whole Foods Market and pressing for change.
You might think market risks are declining, but pay close attention to these four themes.
Spring is here and the IPO floodgates have finally opened -- with six announcing terms just today.
Traders increasingly worry that the future of traditional retailers is grim.
The Trump trade may have been tested in March, but money kept flowing into stocks.