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  • A woman carries a Tiffany & Co. shopping bag in New York.

    CNBC's Jim Cramer is incredulous about Tiffany's earnings miss. "What is it with these guys?” he asks.

  • I'm sick of Tiffany: Cramer

    CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is losing faith with Tiffany's management after the luxury retailer reported a quarterly miss and lower guidance.

  • Nov 24- Tiffany& Co reported a surprise drop in quarterly sales and forecast a bigger fall in full-year profit than it had expected earlier as a strong dollar hurt tourist spending in the United States and reduced the value of sales from other markets. Shares of the upscale jeweler, which gets more than half of its sales from outside the Americas, fell 4.4 percent to...

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  • Nov 24- Upscale jeweler Tiffany& Co reported a surprise drop in quarterly sales as a strong dollar hurt tourist spending in the United States and reduced the value of sales from other markets. Tiffany, known for its Fifth Avenue flagship store in Manhattan, has been revamping its fine jewelry lines and expanding its silver jewelry offerings to attract shoppers.

  • Nov 24- Upscale jeweler Tiffany& Co's quarterly sales fell 2.2 percent as a strong dollar hurt tourist spending in the United States and reduced the value of sales from other markets. The company's net income rose to $91 million, or 70 cents per share, in the third quarter Oct. 31 from $38.3 million, or 29 cents per share, a year earlier. Revenue fell to $938.2 million...

  • Tiffany to announce Q3 earnings

    Dorothy Lakner, senior retail analyst & managing director for Topeka Capital Markets, says the third quarter has been tough but the next period should be easier due to the upcoming holidays.

  • Third quarter GDP should be revised higher and consumer confidence could see a comeback when those reports are released Tuesday.

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  • Santa Claus waves to the crowd during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 27, 2014 in New York City.

    Stocks had their best week of the year and the upswing could continue into Thanksgiving week, usually a good one for the market.

  • Shoppers consider televisions at a Walmart in Los Angeles on Black Friday.

    Ahead of one of the biggest shopping events of the year, a group of retail companies could see their shares rise, if history is any guide.

  • The long spell of warm weather in September and October, which hurt sales of cold weather apparel like coats and jackets, could also affect retailers like Urban Outfitters Inc, while a drop in spending by tourists is likely to impact Tiffany& Co and Hudson's Bay Co, which runs chains like Saks Fifth Avenue, said Oliver Chen, analyst with Cowen Equity Research.

  • The long spell of warm weather in September and October, which hurt sales of cold weather apparel like coats and jackets, could also affect retailers like Urban Outfitters Inc, while a drop in spending by tourists is likely to impact Tiffany& Co and Hudson's Bay Co, which runs chains like Saks Fifth Avenue, said Oliver Chen, analyst with Cowen Equity Research.

  • Diamonds

    Jim Cramer shares a little-known jewelry stock that is ready to roar even higher.

  • A shopper carries his purchases on Michigan Avenue in Chicago.

    Citi initiates coverage on the retail sector. The Halftime Report desk gives your their take.

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  • A Costco store in Alhambra, California

    Despite solid signs for consumer spending, luxury retail stocks will likely continue to struggle, two experts said.

  • Models pose during the Kate Spade presentation at NYFW Spring 2016 on Sept. 11, 2015.

    The luxury goods market is facing several severe headwinds, from tumultuous U.S. markets to the "demonization of the rich."

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