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Quarterly earnings growth and clues from companies' commentaries will tell whether there really will be a bounce back in growth in the second half.
While stocks have generally moved higher, winning themes have emerged for the second half of the year.
Lululemon stock hit three-year lows, but it could be worth holding on to, Citigroup analyst Oliver Chen says.
If CEO Manny Chirico doesn't turn things around this quarter, apparel maker PVH's stock will lose out to rival VF, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
An analyst said he expects VF Corp to continue adding one or two meaningful acquisitions about every other year.
Tuesday's midday movers:
Retail expert Robin Lewis offered what he called a "win-win" solution for two retailers: Amazon should acquire Sears.
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
Urban Outfitters began its rollout into the red-hot athletic apparel market earlier this month, bringing new competition to Lululemon and Athleta.
Shoppers are visiting fewer stores than they did in the past, increasing the importance of building a loyal customer base.
Following strong performance in cold-weather offerings at VF Corp. and Under Armour, analysts are betting on brands that focus on keeping people warm.
VF Corporation Chairman, president & CEO Eric Wiseman is "thrilled" with its Q3 performance. He says its outdoors brands drove the strength.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Fed chair's first testimony before Congress is the big event for markets in the week ahead, as traders sift through economic data.
The market’s mood seemed to shift on Friday. But will the positive tone bleed into the week ahead?
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Sure we’ve had a big run,” Jim Cramer said. “But I think there are places where you can come right in and buy.”
"There's a few areas where we think there are tailwinds to help us along," BlackRock's David Cassese says.
The deals are aplenty after retailers ordered too much holiday merchandise back when the economy was rosier.
The Street often calls hedge funds smart money. But Jim Cramer doesn’t think the moniker is all that well deserved.