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  • The Macy's Inc. store, right, in New York City.

    The low-end and midrange retailers cut prices to attract shoppers, while executives at luxury stores say that they are actually able to sell more at full price than in recent boom years. The New York Times reports.

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  • Domesticated Turkey

    Based on what I am seeing in stores leading up to Black Friday this year I am wondering if retailers really all view us as just a bunch of turkeys?

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    Retailers are counting on shoppers to return to an old holiday tradition: buying gifts for themselves.

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    Maybe it should not come as a surprise that consumers are pulling back just in time for the holidays

  • People stand in front of a Walmart store before the doors open at 5am on 'Black Friday' in Miami, Florida.

    Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will be kicking off the official start to the holiday shopping season with special deals starting on Thanksgiving night. It's the latest retailer to woo crowds earlier than last year in a bid to get a jump on the competition.

  • Stocks plunged sharply to log their worst day in six weeks Wednesday as investors were rattled by fears over the euro zone crisis.

  • The yield on Italian 10-year debt skyrocketed overnight, going from roughly 6.7 percent yesterday to 7.3 percent. And that is with the ECB buying Italian bonds — in fact there has been active speculation that they are almost the only buyer of those bonds. This has effectively torpedoed the EFSF.

  • Futures declined sharply Wednesday as a spike in Italian bond yields to a euro era record spooked investors and amid uncertainty whether a new government in Italy can tackle the nation's debt crisis.

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  • With shares of Macy’s up 30% in the past 3 months, how should you trade the world’s largest department store?

  • With several big earnings expected next week, find out which names the "Mad Money" host plans to monitor.

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    Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, discusses why one important aspect of separating the wheat from the chaff is recognizing that price matters.

  • New Yorkers make their way through falling snow in New York, October 29, 2011. New York has been hit by snowfall before Halloween for only the fourth time since the US Civil War. (1861-1865)

    To all those who are still digging out from the deadly and massive “Snowtober” storm, some good news: The odds are good that there won’t be a “Snowvember” or “Snowcember.”

  • Boots on sale

    Black Friday is more popular than ever with holiday shoppers, but that isn’t stopping retailers from trying to lure bargain hunters into the stores ahead of Thanksgiving.

  • Shoppers take a break at the Baybrook Mall in Friendswood, Texas.

    After all the doom and gloom about consumer sentiment and holiday spending comes one analyst forecast that calls for the most rapid holiday sales growth since 2004 — a benchmark that makes others look like Scrooge.

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  • Walmart Cashier

    After trying to mollify its critics in recent years by offering better health care benefits to its employees, Wal-Mart is substantially rolling back coverage for part-time workers and significantly raising premiums for many full-time staff.

  • If it weren’t for Europe, the U.S. stock market would be higher, the “Mad Money” host says. And he’s got 10 reasons why.

  • NYSE Traders

    Despite markets continually in flux, Morgan Stanley thinks there are still stocks investors can keep for the long haul. Here are its 20 top picks.