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News & Analysis: Target
The discount retailer's superb 2020 results can be traced back to investments it started making in itself a few years ago.
The retail giant has been a huge winner in 2020, but its stock could lose steam next year as the U.S. gradually emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are two stocks that could have lots of upside potential.
Quarterly numbers don't get much better than this for the big-box retailer.
The pandemic forced consumers into a major reevaluation of what really matters. Value came out on top.
A reborn online educator, a retailer that's killing it in the new normal, and a global matchmaker are smart stocks to get into ahead of the holidays.
TGT earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2020.
Even as broader measures kept moving slightly higher, these stocks saw some big action.
The company said it has gained more than $6 billion in market share this year.