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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the status quo for brick-and-mortar retail and online retail. Just how "forever" those changes are will depend on how long the pandemic lasts.
What may give investors pause is whether Amazon will continue to dominate online retail sales following the wider adoption of online shopping resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and the stay-home...
Retail giant Target announced on Thursday that was raising its quarterly dividend by 3%. However, there are some other key takeaways that investors need to consider here for the long haul.
A number of U.S. cities have been hit with protests, some of which have turned violent. Retail locations in these places face damage.
Amazon is very big and very fast and that has served it well in the pandemic, but Walmart remains a formidable competitor.
Big-box retailer Target released mixed fiscal first-quarter financial results without guidance before the markets opened on Tuesday.
Big-box retailer Target is scheduled to release its fiscal first-quarter financial results before the markets open on Wednesday.
24/7 Wall St. previews Home Depot, Target, Walmart and some of the other key companies reporting this coming week.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Bluebird Bio, Ciena, CommVault Systems, Dollar General,, Kroger, Nucor, Target and Walmart.
Mega-retailer Target said Thursday that online sales are booming, while store sales have been hurt by lockdowns related to COVID-19. But robust sales are challenging margins.
For cautious investors looking to avoid FANG stocks and the like, here are five that make sense now. They are reasonably conservative, pay good and reliable dividends, and also have good upside...
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Akamai Technologies, Carlyle, Ford, General Motors,, Moderna, Netflix, Peloton Interactive, Raytheon Technologies, Target, Tesla and...
Investors have begun trying to position themselves for the rest of 2020 in a post-bull market climate. One haven for investors throughout good times and hard times has been companies with safe and...
Traffic to big-box stores like Walmart, Costco and Target jumped in the first part of March but declined as stay-at-home orders were widely implemented. Will the traffic return or are consumers going...
The Dow Jones industrials are down over 30% from its all-time high in mid-February, but Walmart is actually up about 7% since then. Is Walmart recession-proof?