To keep you ahead of the curve during earnings season, The Motley Fool's retail sector will give you a preview of which companies will be reporting during the week of Jan. 8-12. In the process, we'll let you know what happened last quarter so that you'll have an idea of what to expect this time around.
January is typically a slow month for retailers in terms of post-holiday sales as well as earnings releases. But that's not to say there will be a void of good content coming down the pipe. Far from it.
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While that's about it for earnings releases, some additional news on December sales results will continue to trickle in. Many in the home-decor sector will report how they fared over the holiday. Will there will be some good news from Williams-Sonoma
We'll also find out how master bling-slinger Tiffany
We'll close the week with a song, or at least some impressive riffs, as Guitar Center
In case you were still recovering from some serious New Year's Eve fun and weren't able to keep up with our retail news from this week, we've summarized the best for you. And that's just a small way for us to say thanks for being a devoted reader.
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