Upgrades for Ross Stores, Wal-Mart, and Ulta, and Gap getting a positive mention: is retail back in style? The "Halftime Report" traders debate.
Randy Konik, Jefferies retail analyst, discusses the retail sector and what he sees for the second half of 2017.
Amazon's new 'Prime Wardrobe' service tanked department store shares days after the online company hit grocery stocks.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports the latest on the retail earnings parade.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan recaps a positive Gap and Ross Store earnings released earlier today. The "Fast Money" traders discuss possible bright spots in retail.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Thursday: Salesforce, Gap, McKesson & more.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports the quarterly earnings for Ross Stores.
The Halftime Report experts debate a bullish call on TJX and try to find opportunities in the rest of the retail sector.
Traders have been complaining about the low volatility, but that's historically not a problem for markets.
Wall Street is preparing for an onslaught of more retailers' earnings to come — but it's a different mix of companies reporting.
Wal-mart, Home Depot and other big retailers report profits in the coming week, after department stores' earnings bombed.
At one point, Macy’s shares huge drop took the stock below $26 for the first time more in than 5½ years.
Macy's has been rolling out its off-price brand, Backstage, during the past two years and has plans to do this more aggressively.
Less than one month into the job, Macy's new CEO Jeff Gennette has an ambitious goal.
Kimberly Greenberger discusses the future of retail, department stores and Trump in a CNBC PRO Talks conversation with Mike Santoli.
As retailers leave space behind, others are scooping up their best locations.
Off-price retailers TJX, Ross and Burlington plan to open more than 200 U.S. stores combined this year.
An uptick in inflation could unleash a string of rate hikes by the Fed, potentially knocking down stocks.
Amazon is easy to blame for store closures, but bricks-and-mortar chains face an even bigger problem, Macy's CFO Karen Hoguet says.