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Shares of Deere fell on Friday after the equipment company missed earnings expectations for its fiscal third quarter and lowered guidance for the full year, saying farmers were delaying purchases because of uncertainty around the trade war.
Joining us on the show to discuss about certain domestic companies that can manage during this uncertain markets’ environment is Kevin Caron, a Senior Portfolio Manager at Washington Crossing Advisors.
Walmart posted a solid quarter making it a bright spot in this uncertain market. Courtney Reagan breaks down the retailer’s earnings report.
Among U.S. adults, 16% say they use credit cards for totals under $10, according to a new survey data.
Walmart’s latest quarterly earnings report just revealed how the biggest retailer in the world is being even more aggressive to take on Amazon.
Macy’s reported an earnings miss due to higher costs from tariffs and deep discounts that affected its profits. Courtney Reagan has more for us.
Macy’s CEO Jeff Gennette, on the heels of the retailer’s dismal quarterly earnings report, said consumers will have “no appetite” for price increases thanks to new tariffs.
We discuss more about the tariff delay and how it impacted the markets and both the tech and retail sectors. Peter Sorrentino, Chief Investment Officer at Comerica Wealth Management, joins us on the show.
Shares of retailers jumped Tuesday after the United States Trade Representative announced it was delaying proposed tariffs on clothing, footwear and a number of other items until Dec. 15.
The United States Trade Representative office said Tuesday that new tariffs on certain consumer items would be delayed until Dec. 15, while other products were being removed from the new China tariff list altogether. It cited health and security factors.
Stocks surged higher in a sudden move after the U.S. said it was delaying China tariffs until December on items including cellphones and clothing.
Large protests at Hong Kong canceled flights at the Hong Kong airport which is one of Asia’s major financial hubs. Eunice Yoon reports.
It’s time to start back-to-school shopping and, while a trip to the store for supplies is necessary, it’s also an opportunity to teach children financial literacy.
This holiday season could be a “sobering” one for America’s department store chains, warns Credit Suisse analyst Michael Binetti.
Foot Locker is teaming with Nike as it rolls out bigger, more interactive stores.