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The electronic payment industry saw another mega merger, it’s third this year alone. What’s the outlook for this sector and much revenue are they anticipating? We speak with Chris Brendler, an analyst at Buckingham Research, with his insights.
Best Buy surpassed Wall Street’s expectations in their latest earnings report but with the U.S. trade war with China, will tariffs and price hikes be looming for the electronics store giant? We speak with consumer equity strategist at Morningstar, RJ Hottovy, with his analysis.
While many retail companies were floundering with their recent earning reports, Target surpassed Wall Street’s expectations with the help of their revamp digital strategy. Rahel Solomon reports.
Target’s CEO thinks the retail industry is shaking out to show clear winners and losers.
And Target, reporting first-quarter earnings results Wednesday morning that trounced analysts’ estimates, despite a slew of dismal reports from department store chains a day earlier, would be declared a “winner.”
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testified on Capitol Hill on Wednesday that he has spoken with a top Walmart executive about how the retail giant can best position itself and keep prices low amid the growing trade war with China.
Home Depot earnings report came out and saw mixed results…part of it due to weather. Courtney Reagan explains.
With the ongoing U.S.-China trade war still not seeing a resolution in sight, one baby product manufacture company is bracing for the upcoming tariffs.
In the latest housing report, sales of existing homes declined in April, even though there was a pull back in mortgage rates as well as seeing an increase in the supply for homes for sale. Diana Olick breaks it all down for us.
Kohl’s, J.C. Penney and Home Depot executives were united in their messaging against additional taxes on imports as they talked with analysts on earnings conference calls Tuesday.
More than 170 shoe retailers, including Nike, Under Armour, Adidas, Foot Locker, Ugg and Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse, have penned a letter to the White House asking President Donald Trump to consider a halt in raising tariffs on footwear imported from China.
Consumer sentiment rocketed to its highest level in 15 years in early May as Americans grew more upbeat on the health of the economy and its path in 2019, according to data released Friday.
For a limited time, Taco Bell is opening a hotel and resort based around the brand.
The Trump administration wants to ban China’s Huawei to do business here in the U.S. Our Eunice Yoon is in Beijing to get their reaction.
As Luckin opens up on the trading floor on the Nasdaq…the coffee company is setting its goals in challenging powerhouse Starbucks in their homeland of China. Kate Rogers reports.
The world’ largest retailer surpassed Wall Street’s estimates in their quarterly report. Courtney Reagan breaks down all the numbers for us and how Walmart’s strategy is fueling their growth.