The market could be getting more volatile, with concerns about North Korea accelerating a sell-off that analysts had expected to see anyway.
J.C. Penney hasn't given as much attention to its women's apparel division, until now, but the push could be too late.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan takes a look at JCPenney's quarterly earnings and what to expect next week for other big retail names reporting second-quarter results.
Stacey Widlitz of SW Retail Advisors rounds up this week's earnings results.
One portfolio manager is cautioning some investors who may look to beaten-down brick-and-mortar retail stocks as a value play.
Payless is set to emerge from bankruptcy as early as Wednesday, banking on a strategy focused on bricks-and-mortar sales.
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Early signs are hinting at negative to flat same-store sales across the board for department stores, JPMorgan says.
Jefferies reined in expectations for back-to-school sales after its survey showed shifts in customer intentions to buy apparel this fall.
CVS Health beat second-quarter expectations and narrowed its 2017 forecast despite a continued sales slump from established drugstores that it is working to fix. CVS Health and its competitors have been struggling to draw customers into their stores for a few quarters now, as they compete for attention with many other retail options, including a burgeoning...
A slew of REITs has offered a much-anticipated checkup on the health of retail's real estate.
If anyone is in the market to buy a grocery chain, Sprouts Farmers Market is the one, according to JPMorgan.
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In early July, there were reports of more promotional activity at department store cosmetics counters, spooking Ulta investors.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including Avis Budget Group, Shake Shack, US Dollar Index Fund and Target.
August is usually a rough month for stocks, but bulls are betting on two key sectors to turn things around this year.
Oppenheimer & Co. has initiated an outperform rating on Wal-Mart's stock, with a $90 price target.
Bespoke Investment released a report on "the most hated stocks in the world," with multiline retail as the big loser.
As Amazon's profitability is actually weakening instead of improving, the e-commerce behemoth is said to be "eating the retail world."
Retailers that get many of the goods they sell from overseas had been worried about the border adjustment tax.