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Misses from Ross, Gap and other apparel retailers show that in a period of tepid consumer demand, there is little room for error.
The market has pingponged between the same highs and lows for the last year and a half. How do investors make money?
CNBC Pro highlights the top-performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Shares of Deere fell about 5 percent despite posting better-than-expected earnings.
Two ominous signs are flashing a red light for one very important area of the market, and that could mean trouble down the line for equities.
CLSA gave clients its top stock ideas for the next decade.
Applied Materials bucked the trend for tech companies in China last quarter, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Foot Locker's stock fell more than 6 percent after the retailer posted mixed quarterly results.
The narrative that "everybody shops online so who needs physical stores" is dangerous to retailing, former department store exec Allen Questrom warns.
Yahoo fell about 1 percent as suitors for the tech company's core business are reportedly willing to pony up less cash than expected.
Campbell Soup shares were lower Friday on the back of disappointing quarterly sales and a weak U.S. soup season.
Retailers are struggling to strike the right balance between brick-and-mortar stores and online operations, Matt Boss says.
A group of high-flying names could be at risk of a pullback as the market rolls over, traders warn.
Low interest rates can only support the stock prices of the few companies that consistently produce earnings growth, Simeon Hyman says.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, CNBC Pro screened for which securities do well and poorly when volatility surges.
The worst could still be ahead for retailers, Instinet trader Frank Cappelleri says.
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