Ross Stores (ROST) opened 34 new stores in September and October.
Fred's Inc. (FRED) made a soft start to the third quarter of fiscal 2016 with comps demonstrating a year-over-year decrease in the first two months of the quarter.
DICK'S Sporting Goods Inc. (DKS) stands out with its strategy to remain focused on aggressively expanding its retail store base, alongside developing its eCommerce capabilities.
Ross (ROST) has been strongly focused on its store expansion strategy.
Ross Stores' (ROST) stock price history reveals that the company hasn't been a disappointment in a long time.
Ross Stores (ROST) opened a couple of new stores, one each in Florida and Colorado.
Ross Stores' (ROST) dd's DISCOUNTS division announced plans to open three new stores in Texas.
DICK'S Sporting Goods Inc. (DKS) announced the opening of another All-American Sports Center in Oregon.
Dollar General Corporation (DG) has been performing disappointingly over the past few months.
Home Depot (HD) has enough reasons for investors to hold on to it, even though its stock price movement doesn't look attractive at present.
Leading discount retailer, Dollar General Corporation (DG) has announced its intention to hire 10,000 workers by mid-October.
Target (TGT) plans to invest in merchandise categories such as Style, Baby, Kids and Wellness that have been performing well.
Nordstrom (JWN) seems to be back to its Rack store expansion in the U.S.
Fred's, Inc.'s (FRED) incurred second-quarter 2016 loss of 18 cents per share, narrower than the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 21 cents but wider than year-ago loss of 13 cents.
Dollar Tree (DLTR) has been progressing well with its growth initiatives, which include store expansion, tapping of new markets and incorporating innovative sales channels.
Dollar General Corporation (DG) succumbed to negative earnings surprise in the second-quarter of fiscal 2016, after beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate in the trailing four quarters.
After delivering a positive earnings surprise in the preceding quarter, Dollar Tree Inc. (DLTR) reverted to its negative surprise trend in second-quarter fiscal 2016 as both the top and bottom lines missed estimates.