Tiffany & Co. is a top retail stock, despite a shopper-scaring police presence outside its flagship store near Trump Tower, Bob Drbul says.
Robert Drbul, Guggenheim Securities managing director & retail analyst, discusses the environment for retail this holiday season and going into 2017.
"The human beings are really a positive part of the experience," Elevation Partners' Roger McNamee tells CNBC.
With the critical holiday selling season underway, major jewelers like Signet and Tiffany are already feeling the heat.
Stocks closed higher on Tuesday, led by health care, as investors digested falling oil prices ahead of a key OPEC meeting.
Since the election, Tiffany has seen an "adverse effect" on traffic at its Fifth Avenue flagship.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at what's moving markets this morning, including materials, banks and pharmaceutical stocks.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Tuesday as traders digested Wall Street's worst performance in nearly a month.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Tiffany reported its first rise in sales in eight quarters as strong sales in China and Japan more than offset a decline in the U.S.
Tiffany, Pfizer and Apple stocks are making moves in Tuesday's trading session.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports on what investors should pay attention to when Tiffany & Co. reports quarterly results.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss the trade on "wealth" stocks, as many liken Trump's presidential era to the 80s.
U.S. stocks closed lower as financials lagged, while a massive post-election rally eased, and investors kept an eye on oil prices.
Investors will get a good look under the hood of the economy in the coming week, but may not be what matters most.
CNBC's Mike Santoli; CNBC contributor Evan Newmark; Chris Johnson, JK Investment Group; and Kevin Caron, Stifel Nicolaus, weigh in on the retail sector.
CNBC's Dom Chu discusses the fourth straight up day for the markets.
CNBC's Dominic Chu and Kate Rogers breaks down what is fueling the market towards record highs.
For brands that rack up more than 30 percent of their sales during the fourth quarter, the holiday season can indeed be make or break.
On a key stretch of New York's Fifth Avenue, visions of sugarplums are being crowded out by police barricades and screaming protesters.