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For months we have watched energy, materials, and global industrials weaken on concerns about oil oversupply and slower global growth.
Many of Macy's issues are specific to the department store, and not signs of widespread retail frailty.
Spring is expected to get off to an unusually cool start across much of the country, which could deliver another blow to apparel retailers.
Following a disappointing 2015, analysts are cautious on the retail sector heading into 2016.
As the new year approaches experts debate on the stability of the oil market into 2016.
Traditional retailers and e-tailers alike face challenges to dominate in 2016.
One of the fastest-growing categories in retail is about to become an even more formidable competitor.
"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.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is sticking to his guns on this stock, even decades later.
Jim Cramer thinks that Amazon's gain, is everyone else's pain. Except for these stocks!
A big Thanksgiving holiday shopping push did not materialize, analyst Dana Telsey tells CNBC.
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.
Black Friday has lost its luster, thanks to a deflationary spiral that's turned 40 percent off promotions into just another day at the mall.
For the retailers that have been knocking on death's door, this holiday shopping season has taken on an added sense of urgency.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer thinks this sector is ready to bounce back when the Fed raises rates.
Jim Cramer puts the pieces of the retail puzzle together to explain why consumers seem so confused lately.