Is Inflation Really Cooling Off? In the Current Uncertain Economy, Smart Consumers (and Merchants) Are Adopting These New Habits
Despite recent positive news about inflation "cooling off," prices remain high, and consumers still have trepidation about spending money. More than ever, they are seeking discounts and other money-saving tactics. Here's how businesses selling online can respond.
The funds will be used to enhance a digital platform for Kirana store owners and wholesalers in tier 2 and tier 3 cities to purchase goods and services
Costco shares are falling because the Q4 results were priced into the market and the decline could gain momentum if a key level is breached.
In this article, I'll provide some perspective from thoughts rolling around in my head as I try to make sense of the activity surrounding MMM stock
Membership warehouse club operator BJ's Wholesale Club Holdings (NYSE: BJ) stock is one of the rare stocks actually trading up 3% for 2022.
Institutional support for Under Armour is on the rise but the headwinds are mounting and Nike, with its dividend, looks like the better buy.
Nike's P/E ratio has fallen to levels not seen over the last five years. Investors have paid attention to this, but does it deserve a place in your portfolio?
Global jewelry retailer Signet Jewelers Limited (NASDAQ: SIG) stock is attempting to reverse its downtrend as it trades down (-34%) on the year.
RH (NYSE: RH) was one of the biggest winners from the pandemic boom and now it is one of the biggest losers of the pandemic bust. More importantly, because of...
Stitch Fix (NASDAQ: SFIX) has been an interesting growth story but one that is coming apart at the seams. The pandemic, the stimulus, and the channel shift to eCommerce that...
Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ: BBBY) had a horrible quarter impacted by supply chain disruptions that have its inventory in transit or sitting in port. As bad as the news...
Unilever said that in the third quarter it increased prices by 4.1 percent to "offset rising commodity and other input costs."
Procter & Gamble Co. said it would begin to charge more for oral care, beauty, and razors. Earlier this year, Procter & Gamble said it would charge more for toilet paper and diapers.
The Commerce Department said in an Oct. 5 statement that the trade deficit rose by 4.2 percent in August, hitting an all-time high of $73.3 billion.