U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Tuesday amidst growing concerns over Trump's ability to implement economic policies.
For U.S. stocks stuck in a holding pattern ahead of Friday's jobs data, a report on trade due Tuesday will give markets something to chew on.
Stocks fell as the chances of tighter monetary policy from the Federal Reserve sunk in for investors, while geopolitical concerns increased.
February's employment report is about the only thing that stands between the Fed and a March rate hike.
Jim Cramer goes over the stocks and events on his radar for the stock market next week.
The U.S. stock market posted its best day of the year on Wednesday. Here's why experts think it will go even higher.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The overwhelming majority of traditional retailers still hasn't figured out how to profitably fill online orders.
This nostalgia-stained attempt at fashion exceeds the current cost of AOL's subscription service, The Verge reports.
Retail leaders and trade groups are increasing the pressure they're putting on Washington, D.C., as it relates to a border adjustment tax.
The world's largest retailer will now offer free two-day shipping on more than 2 million items when shoppers spend at least $35.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on retail winners and losers since the election.
After a disappointing holiday, Target lowered its comparable sales and earnings expectations.
Cramer says Target's online growth is cannibalizing its brick-and-mortar.
The better-than-expected results come despite a slew of disappointing results from traditional retailers.
Many of the specialty apparel chains that presented at this week's ICR Conference spoke to the difficulties they are facing.
New data show that retail sales increased as expected in November and December.
Urban Outfitters, Fiat Chrysler, and McDonald's stocks are making headlines this Monday morning before the opening bell.
CNBC's data partner Kensho looks at the best performing retailers in the last week of the year since 2010.
More upheaval is ahead for retail, as changes to the political landscape and in consumer behavior will force the biggest players to adapt.