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U.S. stock futures were higher on the first trading day of March. Despite Monday's decline, the Dow broke a two-month losing streak in February.
Markets are expected to kick off March with reports that show manufacturing remained weak in February but auto sales were decent.
Uncertainty about the global economy, stock market volatility and the continued oil price rout has some market players using the R word again.
Options traders are targeting a group of stocks they believe will post sharp moves this earnings season, setting up a potential trade around those names.
Jim Cramer chronicled the rise and fall of a top retailer that has created the recipe for disaster for your portfolio.
Market Force's annual satisfaction report features new retailers in the top spots, with major department stores like Dillard's falling off the list.
The Fast Money traders review promising retail socks to hideout in.
Equity strategists at two major investment banks told clients Tuesday that the stock market is pricing in a high risk of a recession.
Boot Barn says sales during its recently ended quarter were hurt by weakness in regions where the local economy depends on oil.
Morgan Stanley joins Goldman Sachs in saying oil is at risk of plunging to $20 a barrel.
Oil prices plunged to their lowest level in more than 11 years Wednesday, setting up a potential winning trade for investors.
Consumer discretionary is set for another great year in 2016, traders say.
Following a disappointing 2015, analysts are cautious on the retail sector heading into 2016.
One of the fastest-growing categories in retail is about to become an even more formidable competitor.
Analysts are skeptical that these consumers will start spending their gas savings at traditional retailers in 2016.
"Fast Money" traders shared top stock picks for the holiday shopping season.
Off-price retailers are capturing share from department stores, which have left nearly $1 billion up for grabs due to store closings.
Wages look to be on the rise, and unfortunately for some companies, that means their labor costs are rising, too.
Take a look at some of Friday's early movers: TGT, AMZN, WMT, M, DIS & more
While the broader holiday sales picture isn't all merry and bright, for some retailers, that macro view really doesn't matter.