Trends and Analysis


Trends and Analysis

Page 91 of 136

May Sales Disappoint

Same-store retail results stumble for second straight month.

Retail Shares Jump 1.5% Wednesday

Limited Brands, Coach and Nordstrom among gainers.

ceo, Marmaxx, AJ Wright,

TJX to Launch New Off-Price Concept

TJX sets 2011 opening for new nameplate because despite a stellar year, the company’s ambitions are to push further, faster.

May Comps Seen Adding to Recovery Doubts

Teen retail sector expected to fare worst in a sluggish month.

David Hasselhoff, arnold aronson, david shiffman, carrie barber, gilbert harrison, Laura Pomerantz, Mergers & Acquisitions, M&A, Edie Weiner,

U.S. Firms Eyeing M&A Deals in Europe

Slow domestic growth drives U.S. fashion companies to look to Europe for opportunities.

ICSC, International Council of Shopping Centers convention, ReCon, developers, Sandeep Mathrani, retailers,

ICSC Consensus: Robust Rebound Seen in 2011

Developers and retailers expect ups and downs this year.

Retail Shares Slide Wednesday

S&P Retail Index ends Wednesday off 1.2% after spending most of day in positive territory.

andrew fitzpatric, hinsdale associates, consumer confidence, lynn franco

Retail Stocks Lift Tuesday on Rise in Consumer Confidence

Third straight monthly rise in consumer confidence boosted retail stocks Tuesday.

Bond Markets Feel Euro Squeeze

Bond investors' worries make it harder for retailers trying to raise funds for general corporate purposes, to pay down debt or fund an acquisition.

Retail Stocks Finished Down Last Week

Retail shares gained back some ground Friday, rebounding 2 percent.

S&P Retail Index,

Economic Fears Send Stocks Down Thursday

Major indices in U.S. and Europe log steep declines.

Retail Stocks Down 1.4%

Reservations about recovery contributing to selling pressure.

News from WWD

Sign upSign up for WWD and FN newsletters to receive daily headlines, breaking news alerts and weekly industry wrap-ups.

getIsArchiveOnly= hasAccess=false hasArchiveAccess=false