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Corporate earnings appear to be at an inflection point that could set the backdrop for stock market gains, Jurrien Timmer said.
The United States has almost five times more retail space per person than France, Japan and the U.K.
Weakness is this key labor measure could spell trouble for corporate profits and economic growth, says Michael Farr.
Macy's will shutter 100 locations to focus on its best-performing stores, as it tries to reinvigorate its business.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals shares fell more than 9 percent in pre-market trading after The Wall Street Journal reported the company is under federal investigation.
Kohl's reported quarterly sales above analysts' estimates as warm weather in the quarter boosted demand for summer clothes and accessories.
Apple shares have led the Dow this month, but investors shouldn’t get their hopes up, according to Steve Grasso of Stuart Frankel.
During a "Behind the Trade" breakout special, trader Steve Grasso highlights why J.C. Penney could be due for more gains in 2016.
It’s looking good for the broad tech-heavy index, according to two traders.
The summer rally is due to run out of steam as earnings look set to disappoint and retail investors continue to shun the bull, strategists say.
Jim Cramer said that Disney's deal shows a "foot race" between new initiatives and the decline in traditional linear TV.
Shares of the U.S. aerospace contractor took a dive after an accounting error, USA Today reports.
Burger chain Wendy's reported lower-than-expected quarterly comparable sales as a fall in grocery prices encouraged more diners to eat at home.
Coach's CEO Victor Luis said that the company is trying to differentiate itself from the competition with its comeback.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Wayfair shares dove 18 percent after the company announced that it lost an adjusted 43 cents per share for the second-quarter.
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