Trends and Analysis


Trends and Analysis

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Wall Street's Roller Coaster Day

S&P Retail Index ended the day at 451.06, down 16.58 points, or 3.6 percent, but was off as much as 8 percent before bouncing back.

Stores Report April Sales Slump

Calendar shift, lack of direction make for soft month.

U.S. Retail Stocks Decline Wednesday

Among the retailers on the decline were AnnTaylor Stores Corp., off 2.2 percent to $24.21, and Tiffany & Co., 1.4 percent to $47.39.

April Comps Seen as Anticlimactic

International Council of Shopping Centers expects last month’s comps to come in “flat to down slightly.”

Loeb Predicts 4 Percent Sales Growth for Year

Retail consultant Walter Loeb of Loeb Associates expects sales to rise 4 percent for the year, with the growth primarily in the second half.

Giorgio Armani, Chloe, Burberry, Givenchy, Calvin Klein, Tory Burch, Eileen Fisher,

Fashion Industry Cautiously Stages a Comeback

WWD looks at companies from Chanel to Givenchy, Eileen Fisher to Juicy Couture, as they plan postrecession business strategies.

Retail Stocks Tumble Tuesday

S&P Retail Index tumbles on Greek debt concerns.

Retail Stocks Rise 1.7% Monday

Consumer strength is aiding the retail sector, pushing the S&P Retail Index up yesterday.

Panelists Discuss Inflation Concerns

Rising raw material and labor costs overseas could put a crimp in the nation’s retail recovery.

bill detwiler, marie driscoll, eric beder, S&P retail index, express, ipo, PVH, hilfiger

Consumer Spending Draws Investors

Retail stocks are trading at levels that have not been seen since October 2007.

Retail Stocks Rebound Thursday

Unemployment data helps lift stocks as S&P 500 retakes 1,200.

Retail Stocks Fall 0.6% Wednesday

European markets fall Wednesday as S&P downgrades Spain.

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