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The futures are lower on Monday as we start August after an outstanding July that saw the biggest gains for the stock market in months. All of the major indices closed higher on Friday as once again...
The futures are trading higher as we get ready to wrap up a wild trading week that saw the major indices trade back to levels not seen since early June. Once again like Wednesday, all of the major...
Thursday's additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Best Buy, Kraft Heinz, Qualcomm, Stitch Fix, Shopify, Teladoc, Verizon, and more.
The futures are trading higher after a very weak trading session yesterday where all of the major indices and the transports closed lower. Some big blue-chip earnings warnings combined with the worst...
Needless to say, 2022 has been a bad year for stock investors, and with a likely big interest rate hike coming this week, inflation still soaring at 40-year highs and a risk-sapping malaise hanging...
Several large retailers have posted stock selloffs this year. Among them is consumer electronics company Best Buy, the shares of which have dropped nearly as much as the retail train wreck Target. So...
Friday's additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Allogene Therapeutics, CSX, Norfolk Southern, Qualcomm, Toyota and Yelp.
Bank of America analysts have lowered their price targets on four department store stocks and cut their rating to Underperform on one of them.
Now that Apple has reopened all is U.S. retail stores, will the company begin closing them?
While the real estate world was hammered during the year-long and ongoing pandemic, the strong survive and will get stronger as the economy improves. Three REITs pay dependable distributions and make...
After more than just a challenging 2020, many people are looking forward to 2021 being a better year. The election will be over, the COVID-19 vaccine is expected to be widespread, unemployment is...
Seasonal retail hiring for the months of October and November has declined by more than a third year over year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage across the country.
Starbucks had seen growth for years and years, taking over the coffee scene by force. The retailer has now released its earnings for its fiscal fourth quarter of 2020.
The widespread economic reports have shown mixed signals about the recovery, but a fresh look at retail sales came in much stronger than expected.
Earnings season has kicked off and investors are already chasing the winners higher and punishing the losers. It is not exactly a secret that investors chase performance. That’s why it is so...