New data illustrates which stores have proven resilient to headwinds, and which are poised to take an even larger market share next year.
Right now, you can use the site's grocery service only in Seattle and LA, but look out if it expands.
As a group, most are struggling. But one in particular has good prospects and plenty of upside from its current price.
Stores that cater to the cash-strapped middle and working classes are struggling, while higher-end shops are thriving.
As American consumers are seemingly driving the recovery forward, lower-income households are getting left behind.
These big gainers also offer some juicy payouts.
Wal-Mart's growth is slowing while things are booming at the much smaller retailer. Wall Street is taking notice.
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