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Big US retailers are expected to show a slight improvement in April sales on Wednesday, but Wall Street still expects signs of weakness.
Corporate earnings put investors in a buying mood and sent the Dow soaring. What's the "Word on the Street?"
The Dow and S&P 500 snapped a two-day losing streak Thursday, led by technology stocks after an upgrade on the chip sector.
Stocks advanced Thursday, helped by an upgrade on the chip sector and increased forecasts from two Dow components.
Retail analysts had been expecting weak sales in March, but an early Easter holiday, chilly weather and recession-wary consumers combined to deliver March sales that were even drearier than expected.
Stocks opened higher Thursday after a better-than-expected report on jobless claims, and raised outlooks from Dow components DuPont and Wal-Mart.
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Will Starbucks return to profitability under CEO Howard Schultz -- and should you buy the stock? Brent Wilsey, president of Wilsey Asset Management, takes on the coffee chain -- and names two tech-oriented stocks he says are bargain buys.
Well, you knew it would happen--"sell the rally," except this time it's come a few days after the rally. The dollar is getting hit again as the ECB has make it clear they are unlikely to lower interest rates.
High end sales are the last to fall off going into a downturn and the first to pickup coming out of a recession. So what does Tiffany's spacer better than expected earnings tell us about where we are in the middle of those two options?
These banks absolutely can't go under if we're going to get out of this mess.
If you got it before the open, that is. Also, Cramer's calls on Petrobras, retail and seed stocks.
In Monday’s Web Extra find out if it’s a good time for investors to go department store shopping?
Depends on which direction you think the economy goes in 2008. Here's what Cramer said.
It was a week to rattle the nerves of even the most unshakable investor, with another wave of credit concerns, indecisive retail sales results, and sobering employment numbers.
The Dow plunged Thursday as the market's worries about the slowing economy were intensified by concerns about the ailing credit market and the high price of oil. What's the word on the Street?
Retail, financials and homebuilding. Sectors to avoid at all costs? Not according to Bob Turner, chief investment officer and portfolio manager at Turner Investment Partners. His five-star Turner Core Growth Fund is up an average of 15.23 percent per year over the last five years.
Wal-Mart and a number of other retailers have been able to trounce estimates, which had called for the worst February in five years.
The U.S. dollar hit a new low as the Fed's Pianalto says the U.S. economy has stalled. Dollar weakness again helping oil. Jumbo mortgage lender Thornburg Mortgage TMA failed to meet a margin call of about $28 million which has triggered cross-defaults.
Nordstrom reported fourth-quarter earnings of $212 million, or 92 cents a share, beating the mean estimate of analysts polled by Thomson Financial of 88 cents.