Ross Stores, Inc.

NASDAQ: ROST
$85.17
-$1.82 (-2.1%)
Closing price October 30, 2020
Following Tuesday's election surprise, some observers have even wondered about the likelihood of a recession, which might help some companies and hurt others.
Someone is doing something right in retail, and someone is doing something wrong. Ross Stores is set to open 31 new locations.
In what could be described as a near-perfect selling scenario, insiders at some of the highest profile companies on Wall Street took advantage of last week's breakout highs.
With first-quarter earnings right around the corner, insiders that want to make a transaction are probably in a hurry, as many corporations are shutting windows for executives looking to sell or buy...
A new Deutsche Bank report makes numerous positive predictions for the retail sector this year and includes top pick stocks to buy.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Adobe Systems, FireEye, Lululemon Athletica, Nu Skin, Rio Tinto, Tesla Motors and BHP Billiton.
Ross Stores reported better-than-expected fiscal second-quarter earnings Thursday after the markets closed.
 These days, employees can easily share their work experiences online, and employee opinions about companies and managers are all readily available to prospective workers and customers alike. As a...
While insiders, like everybody else who sells stocks, want to get out while the getting is good, many are facing the closing of windows to sell company shares as earnings reporting is now in full...
As we approach the earnings releases for the first quarter, we are seeing an increase in the insider selling activity.
We have seen an increase in insider selling since the end of the fourth-quarter earnings reporting season, so this past week's action can hardly be described as panicked.
A new research note from Jefferies highlights companies that have seen accelerating sales and EPS growth over the past four quarters.
A new report from J.P. Morgan suggests that the collapse in crude oil prices is lifting growth, both here and abroad. Not only are the top retail companies poised to benefit, but so are manufacturers.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include ADT, Microsoft, 3D Systems, Tesla and Yelp.
Goldman Sachs has lowered its view on North American broadline retailers. However, there is a bright spot in this sector.