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The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day, including Alibaba, AT&T, Macy's and the S&P Retail ETF.
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Todd Gordon, tradinganalysis.com, discusses the relationship between Amazon stock and the S&P Retail ETF and which stocks are coming back after taking a hit because of Amazon. The “Fast Money” traders weigh in.
As other retailers shutter their locations, Kohl's plans to aggressively steal traffic, CEO Kevin Mansell says.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including Nvidia, Financial SPDR Fund, Restoration Hardware, Macys.
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Retail stocks rallied in their best day of the year, after Target raised its second-quarter earnings forecast.
But for that to happen, CNBC's Jim Cramer argues that another chain besides Target needs to come out with the same type of optimism.
Target on Thursday raised its quarterly earnings forecast for the current period, citing better traffic in stores.
Amazon.com Inc said on Tuesday its Prime Day sale was on track to be the biggest shopping event in its history by sales.
Retailers waiting until later in the summer to roll out back-to-school deals could miss a greater portion of summer sales, Deloitte says.
As Amazon celebrates its third Prime Day, the stocks of some of the retailers it's been crushing are hitting rock bottom.
Online retailers shouldn't expect a late-summer bump in sales, according to data from Cardlytics.
Rival retailers, such as Target and Best Buy, hope to capitalize on the heavier-than-normal shopping traffic online this week.
S&P 500 stocks that generate the most income could pose a risk as the Fed raises interest rates, some strategists says.