AEO, Urban Outfitters, and Gap all rewarded long-term shareholders with huge returns -- but can they survive the seismic shifts in the retail market?
The meltdown in the retail sector makes Guess and Ralph Lauren high-risk plays.
Options at the mall are dwindling, but the latest round of bad news is good news for the survivors.
This fashion trend has swept over retail and changed how consumers view clothes.
The handbag maker's shares popped on news of a potential buyout.
Gap and Abercrombie & Fitch are retail landmines which investors should avoid.
2016 was brutal for retail stocks, but 2017 might be kinder as retailers downsize, pivot their investments, and focus on growth brands.
The high-end retailer beat low expectations, but its turnaround is far from guaranteed.
Both companies have been grappling with similar problems and are looking to get back on a path to growth. Which one is a better bet for investors?
AE is one of the best stocks to own in the struggling retail apparel industry.