Fossil, Inc.

-$0.42 (-7.5%)
Closing price June 30, 2022
Wednesday was a fourth consecutive positive day for the U.S. markets, again with a rocky start just like Tuesday. All three major exchanges showed some love on Valentines Day, each returning over 1%...
Fossil Group saw its shares absolutely explode on Wednesday after the firm reported stronger than expected quarterly results.
Friday was a relatively positive day for the U.S. markets, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit new highs again in this session. Crude oil took another small step back on Friday. The S&P 500 sectors...
Thursday was a good day for the markets, but while the exchanges did not hit new highs they are easily within striking distance. Crude oil was up again for the session marking the third consecutive...
Retail and consumer product stocks were among the biggest first-quarter losers in the S&P 500 Index. But it was a communications firm that worst results in that time.
Fossil Group, Gevo, Kimco Realty, and DDR Corp. posted new 52-week lows Wednesday.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday include BBVA, Fossil, Procter & Gamble, T-Mobile, Under Armour and Universal Display.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of Express Scripts, T-Mobile and some of the other most anticipated quarterly earnings reports that are on deck for Tuesday.
Biostage, Fossil Group, Galena Biopharma, and Himax posted new 52-week lows on Friday.
Vista Outdoor, Gilead Sciences, Fitbit, and Fossil posted new 52-week lows on Thursday.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday morning include Bank of America, Fitbit, Teva Pharmaceutical, Walt Disney, Regions Financial, Noble and Sysco.
Fossil, Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors have felt the sting of declining traffic in department stores, but only a couple have risen above.
May 11, 2016: Here are four stocks trading with relatively heavy volume among 54 equities making new 52-week lows in Wednesday’s session. NYSE decliners led advancers by less than 2 to 1 while...
When year-over-year profits fall by 84% and guidance for the rest of the year is cut by nearly half, it doesn't take even a rookie investor long to figure out something is not working.
The global market for smartwatches, fitness trackers and other wearable devices is forecast to reach 110 million units in 2016, rising to about 237 million devices by 2020.