U.S. equities rallied after President Donald Trump said he would give an announcement regarding taxes in the next few weeks.
U.S. equities closed mixed Wednesday as financials led decliners, while oil rebounded following the release of key supply data.
Athleisure stocks are quite weak at current levels and face difficulty regaining their footing, two traders say.
The Republicans' border adjustment tax is really a hidden consumer tax, an "Americans for Affordable Products" advisor says.
U.S. equities rose on Friday, with financials rising around 2 percent, following a stronger-than-expected employment report.
Brent Wilsey, president of Wilsey AM, explains why favors Best Buy but not Nike.
Instagram Stories has had little impact on Snapchat downloads and usage, nor have advertisers decided to move their dollars.
Retail leaders and trade groups are increasing the pressure they're putting on Washington, D.C., as it relates to a border adjustment tax.
The best advertising slogans are memorable and fit with the times and some brands have already jumped on the "fake news" bandwagon.
The $12 billion athletic-wear maker needs to put the focus back on performance rather than share classes, says Breakingviews.
U.S. equities traded mixed as investors continued to evaluate the latest policies from the White House.
Discussing Under Armour's disappointing earnings miss with Simeon Siegel, Instinet executive director and equity retail analyst.
As the Dow cruises through 20,000, CNBC PRO found blue chip companies that trade at a discount, according to a simple valuation measure.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders discuss the trade on Nike, the Dow's worst-performing stock over the past year.
Trump's proposals like corporate tax cuts, repatriation of cash held overseas and infrastructure spending are giving investors hope.
CNBC's data partner Kensho looks at the best- and worst-performing big-cap stocks over the first 100 days of a new presidential administration since 1993.
Last year's spending on the NFL championship topped $15.5 billion. Americans will likely spend as much if not more on this year's big game.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) climbed higher, led by shares of Michaels.
The company is planning to dedicate 500 square footage of space, with a majority of the shops located in the men's department.