CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at the day's market action and what is bumping the market towards record highs.
For brands that rack up more than 30 percent of their sales during the fourth quarter, the holiday season can indeed be make or break.
Black Friday deals have already seeped into Thanksgiving dinner time. Now, Wal-Mart is taking the holiday creep one step further.
Jim Cramer goes down his playbook of retailers hanging on by a thread, and discovered one winner of the mall.
Ron Insana, CNBC Contributor, and Lori Heinel, State Street Global Advisors, discuss the day's chatter about the great rotation from bonds to stocks.
New data shows that instead of loosening their purse strings after the election, online shoppers dramatically cut back their spending.
December is traditionally a bullish month, but are we setting ourselves up for a disappointment? Is it all too far too fast?
Internet, health & personal care, home improvement, auto sales, and restaurant & bars all continued to see strong sales.
Donald Trump's election has been very good for the stocks that have been getting crushed over the years by online retailer Amazon.com.
Paul Lejuez, Citigroup Retail Analyst, looks at Kohl's, which is trading at levels not seen since August 2015.
Top-ranked analyst Paul Lejuez of Citigroup upgraded a group of specialty retailers that could benefit from Trump's proposal of lower taxes.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
JC Penney reported a drop in same=store sales, reflecting weak store traffic, increased competition and a general shift away from apparel spending.
Consumers' sense of uncertainty may go away now that the election is over, JPMorgan analyst Matt Boss says.
The Retail ETF (XRT) ticked up 2.65 percent, with Kohl's leading the group after the department store released its earnings report.
Matt Boss, JPMorgan retail analyst, discusses the retail sector and the mood of the consumer.
As department stores struggle to grow sales, they're shrinking down their businesses to prop up their profits.
Traders are repositioning to prepare for less regulation and higher rates.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Thursday as traders digested Tuesday's presidential election.
Kohl's, Shake Shack, and Twitter are grabbing headlines on Wall Street this morning before the opening bell.