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Tiffany reported flat holiday sales for 2014, bucking the trend of decent revenue numbers from other retailers.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at what stocks and sectors are moving today, including Tiffany and Alcoa.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Six months after the last five 50-percent drops in oil prices, the S&P 500 was up four of those times.
European debt yields keep dropping, the dollar is strengthening against the euro, and oil has not found a bottom yet.
Some of Monday's midday movers:
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Many women fear they won't have enough money for retirement, but they can take several steps to make sure that doesn't happen. USAToday reports.
Retail experts Joseph Feldman and Paul Swinand name their retail winners and losers and give insight on retail's outlook for 2015.
Experts Liz Dunn and Joseph Feldman named their retail winners and losers of the holiday season, with Macy's and Best Buy taking top honors.
Despite a slowing economy, Europe still presents opportunities for robust growth, the chief of America's biggest jeweler, Tiffany & Co., told CNBC.
As he prepares to step down next year, Michael Kowalski, Chairman and CEO of Tiffany & Co., tells CNBC the plans he has set in motion to keep the sparkle going for America's biggest jeweler.
Over the past few weeks, retailers have lifted the curtain on their extravagant holiday window displays.
Retailers are more primed this year to capture Black Friday dollars than in shopping seasons past, Dana Telsey said.
Jewelry is expected to see renewed interest over the next few weeks, with more consumers planning to purchase it—and hoping to receive it.
Jason Moser, Senior Analyst at the Motley Fool, is impressed with the retailer's growth. He believes investors with a longer time horizon in mind should consider the stock.
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