The media misled investors on Wednesday.
This luxury company was a diamond in a rough Q3 earnings streak.
The head of Abercrombie & Fitch has a long list of expectations for the crew of his private plane. Michael Jeffries' rules are coming to light as part of a discrimination lawsuit brought by a former pilot.
Abercrombie is upgraded to 'overweight,' and American Eagle is downgraded to 'neutral.'
More weak reports could be the symptom of a bigger problem.
They may explain why this market may stall out after its remarkable advance.
Stocks are up modestly after paring morning losses.
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