SPLS (SPRT): Foundation of Fiscal Discipline Underpins Turnaround

Edward Kim | | (SPRT) continues to show fiscal discipline as the stock shows signs of life.

How Can Advertisers Win the Massive Gamer Market?

Gary C. Bizzo | |

Gamers have come out of the basement...

Can Small Caps Regain Their Footing Soon?

Toni Turner | |

The retail sector took quite a beating this week as weak numbers from the first quarter weighed on earnings. With consumer spending being relied heavily for economic growth, could this excessive

Staples (SPLS) and Dick's (DKS) Slip as Box Stores Continue to Disappoint

Meng Meng | |

The soft economy and sluggish consumer activities have biten deeper into earnings of big box stores this quarter. Staples Inc. (SPLS) declined 13 percent to $11.64 a share after reporting

The Five Best and Worst Performers in the S&P This Year

Jacob Harper | |

March 31 marks the end of the first quarter of 2014, and, with it, a fourth of the fiscal year is in the books. We’re starting to get an idea of what 2014’s story looks like, and if

Wall Street Celebrates Bull Market's 5th Birthday Modestly

Michael Teague | |

The Day’s Results ?     Dow Jones Industrial Average: +0.38 percent to 16,421.89 ?     Standard & Poor’s 500 Index: +0.17 percent to

Wall Street Stumbles at Opening of 2014's First Full Week of Trading

Michael Teague | |

Wall Street was slightly off after embarking on 2014’s first full week of trading, with stocks closing lower across the board. With the US Senate by all appearances ready and willing to

As Sam Sees It: Bargain Hunting During the Busiest Shopping Periods of the Year

Sam Stovall | |

Each week, we tap the insight of Sam Stovall, Chief Equity Strategist for S&P Capital IQ, for his perspective on the current market. For more from S&P Capital IQ, be sure to

Staples Stumbles in Q2, Slashes Guidance for 2013

Andrew Klips | |

Shares of Staples Inc. (SPLS) are taking heat in morning trading on Wednesday after the U.S.’s largest office supply chain came up short on profits and sales in the second quarter,

Wall Street Hiccups After FOMC Minutes

Michael Teague | |

Stocks ended significantly lower on Wednesday as existing home sales jumped 6.5 percent to a four-month high, and the released minutes of the Fed’s July Open Market Committee meeting

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