Analysts are looking for strong revenue and profit growth from the grocer.
Kroger and Dollar General are among the companies reporting as the holiday shopping season picks up.
Only a few have figured out frugal consumers.
The stock is simply too risky at current levels.
With its array of media partnerships and potential for deals with mega-retailers like Amazon, some analysts expect Twitter’s shares to keep flying after this week’s IPO.
When it comes to clothing, Americans want nice threads for little money. As the big-box wholesaler steps up its fashion lines, it could start outstripping the competition.
Consumer spending could be lousy but a few retailers selling key brands will thrive.
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