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Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre break down the latest market action after two economic data releases, Consumer Price Index and Retail Sales, considering the recent comments by New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss news that the Nordstrom family is resuming their venture to take the company private.
A slew of department stores and big-box retailers have reported better-than-expected holiday season results. Will that translate to stronger profitability?
Retail trends improved dramatically during the holiday months compared to the rest of 2017, lifting many department stores out of their recent sales funk.
Improved economic scenario with a low unemployment rate resulted in sturdiest holiday sales growth since the end of the Great Recession.
Nordstrom (JWN) is picking momentum backed by solid holiday sales, which marks an improvement relative to the dismal sales trends in recent quarters. This raised hopes for its future performance.
The fourth quarter can be a make-or-break time for retailers as they close out the calendar year. With earnings reports due from the major retailers over the next month, investors should learn who came ...
Where Nordstrom Stands Post-Holiday: Trying Again to Go Private? Nordstrom’s (JWN) off-price business is comprised of Nordstrom Rack, Nordstromrack.com, and HauteLook. The company’s full-line business consists of its namesake full-line stores and Nordstrom.com.
Among the major retailers, only seven appear certain to survive. Three are based in Seattle. Three are based in the middle of the country. And there’s a wildcard.
Like most of its department store peers, Nordstrom got comp sales growing again during the holiday period. Yet the company still isn't performing up to its full potential.
The Nordstrom family is moving forward with efforts to take the Seattle-based retailer private. The family — including co-presidents Blake Nordstrom, Peter Nordstrom and Erik Nordstrom — suspended plans in October to look for a buyer until after the holiday season. Nordstrom posted holiday sales growth of 2.5 percent.
Nordstrom, Inc. (NYSE:JWN) announced that the company is still in talks to potentially go private in the future. The family group behind Nordstrom owns about 31.2% of the retailer. The group reportedly teamed up with private equity firm Leonard Green & Partners last year to help fund efforts to change the company to a private one.