Yeah, you can probably blame Donald Trump for this one -- and China, too.
News & Analysis: Tiffany & Co.
Investors shrugged off a weak short-term outlook by the jewelry giant to send shares higher last month.
The jewelry giant is predicting a second straight year of record sales.
The jeweler’s growth hit a brick wall at the end of 2018, but it anticipates brighter days ahead.
The jewelry giant still sees hope for another year of record sales in 2019.
Stocks plunged on concerns about decelerating growth and an inverted yield curve.
TIF earnings call for the period ending January 31, 2019.
Previewing the jewelry giant's upcoming earnings report.
The jewelry giant's holiday-season sales update wasn't as bad as many investors had feared.
But the region’s double-digit sales growth can’t offset its other problems.