Karen Short, Barclays analyst, weighs in on retail earnings.
Patrick McKeever, MKM Partners, weighs in on big-box retailers and Target's ability to compete with Amazon.
Michael Gould, former Bloomingdale's CEO, discusses the state of the retail sector following earnings from the likes of Home Depot and Wal-Mart.
Faced with the threat of Amazon, Wal-Mart has been rolling out initiatives like "easy reorder" and free two-day shipping.
Robert Drbul, Guggenheim Securities, and Michael Lasser, UBS, discuss Wal-Mart's quarterly results and what they see for the retailer going forward.
CNBC's Bob Pisani takes a look at what's moving in early morning trading, as shares of Wal-Mart slip despite topping Wall Street expectations.
Looking ahead, Wal-Mart has raised the low end of its earnings outlook for the full year.
The "Squawk on the Street" news crew talks about Wal-Mart's quarterly results, and why Jim Cramer is concerned about the grocery space.
This is what Walmart customers had to say about the chief executive's decision to weigh into the political fray this week, according to the New York Times.
Dan Binder, Jefferies managing director, provides key takeaways from Wal-Mart's quarterly results.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
NEW YORK— Walmart's recent spending spree to try to catch up to Amazon seems to be paying off. Walmart had paid more than $3 billion for Jet last year, and since then picked up smaller players including ModCloth and Moosejaw. Greg Foran, who runs Walmart's U.S. stores, said Amazon is a "strong competitor" and that Walmart will continue with its strategy and keep an eye on...
It's a solid quarter but the number needed to be a little better to drive the stock higher, says Chuck Grom, Gordon Haskett Research, providing insight to Wal-Mart's quarterly results.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan breaks down Wal-Mart's quarterly numbers which posted EPS of $1.08 Adj. on revenues of $123.36 billion.
U.S. stock futures pointed to a slightly lower open, as political turbulence coming from the White House capped gains in global trading.
NEW YORK— U.S. stocks plunged Thursday as losses for Cisco Systems hurt technology companies while Wal-Mart declined after its latest quarterly report. The Standard& Poor's 500 index dropped 38.10 points, or 1.5 percent, to 2,430.01, its lowest close since July 11. The Russell 2000 index of smaller-company stocks fell 24.59 points, or 1.8 percent, to 1,358.94.
A powerful business council, formed by President Trump, had to disband because of the impact of his incendiary comments.
CNBC contributor Dan Nathan discusses what to expect from Walmart ahead of earnings.
Retailers are facing "revenue cliffs" and margin compression this year, and it's not clear to investors where the bottom is.
The e-commerce giant was mentioned by mall operators, a satellite TV provider, an auto parts retailer and pharmacy and drug companies.