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Investors with a touch more risk appetite may want to look at these three stocks hitting five-year relative lows that still are rated Buy by major Wall Street firms and pay dividends.
These four companies all pay outstanding dividends and are holding their own in their respective business arenas. Their stocks are rated Buy and may have some room to run.
Staples reported second-quarter 2016 results and store closure plans before markets opened Wednesday morning.
So few retailers report monthly same-store sales any more that quarterly reports are about all we have to gauge how sales and store traffic are doing.
24/7 Wall St. has provided 13 tips for back-to-school savings with very specific ways to save money specific to the year 2016. We have also included eight specific companies for savings.
Best Buy's domestic sales rose 24% in the most recent quarter, but that is just a start for a company that is in very deep trouble.
Staples has announced that it has begun a same-day delivery service called "Staples Rush" in several major U.S. cities.
Staples Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLS) made waves Wednesday morning, after Ron Sargent announced that he will step down from his position of chief executive officer.
Office Depot's board of directors has authorized a stock repurchase program of up to $100 million of the company's own common stock.
Alcoa, Staples and other top analyst upgrades, mostly for blue-chip companies or industry leaders, from the week ending May 27.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday morning include Alcoa, Boston Scientific, Schlumberger, Sony and Staples.
May 19, 2016: Here are four stocks trading with heavy volume among 81 equities making new 52-week lows in Thursday’s session. NYSE decliners led advancers by nearly 2 to 1 while Nasdaq...
Staples reported better-than-expected first-quarter 2016 results before markets opened Wednesday morning.
Staples is scheduled to report its fiscal second-quarter financial results before the markets open on Wednesday.
24/7 Wall St. has picked out two retailers and two solar companies that lost big this past week. These all issued or had news that pushed shares down.