Two years ago, 90 percent of all Butler merchandise was sold in its on campus bookstores and items would be ordered once a year. Oh, how times have changed.
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So far this year, the Russell 2000 index of small-cap companies continues to outperform the Dow, and the S&P 500. While most of these companies average only a $1 billion dollar market capitalization, some of their returns are proving resilient to an economic slowdown.
Footwear retailers Genesco and Finish Line said Monday they were terminating their merger plans and the financing commitment of Swiss bank UBS.
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Stocks finished little-changed after another up-and-down session.
A Tennessee court has ordered Finish Line Inc to close the $1.5 billion acquisition of shoe and hat retailer Genesco, sending Genesco shares up 16 percent.
With two days left in the trading year, the long reign of small caps over big caps appears to be over: The Dow Industrials are up 7.2 percent, the S&P 500 is up 4.1 percent, the Nasdaq is up 10.8 percent and the Russell 2000 is down 1.8 percent.
KKR, and Goldman walked away from their buyout of stereo maker Harman (HAR) Friday afternoon. Of all the deals announced this summer how many will get done?
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Finish Line said it agreed to acquire larger rival Genesco for $54.50 per share, or about $1.5 billion, in cash to enhance its footwear and apparel portfolio.
Folks--here's a sector breakdown from our crack analystical team on what's happening with the stocks you contestants are buying. And there's been a "sea change" for sure. The analyses run through 3/28, found that over 50% of the leaders' trades occurred in retail and technology. But the current analysis--run from 3/29 - 4/10, shows that the contest leaders are now much more diversified with the top group only comprising 8.07%.
Wall Street is often wrong. If you listen to the analysts and don’t check what’s happening at the company - or what the company is saying - you’re going to miss out on way too many opportunities. Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.