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Stein Mart Q2 Profit Jumps on Better Sales, Margins

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Jacksonville, FL—Stein Mart today reported that its second quarter profit jumped 47.8% as the off-price retailer’s sales and … [Read more...]

July Retail Comps Miss—Concern for Back to School Sales?

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New York—American consumers continued to look for bargains and held off spending on fall and back-to-school purchases in … [Read more...]

June Retail Comps: Best Since January

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New York—While fewer than a dozen major retailers, accounting for some 6% of the $2.4 trillion in U. S. retail sales, still report … [Read more...]

Week in Review: Top Accessories, Retail Stories

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New York--Life has its ups and downs and this week had plenty of gains and losses. On the gain side, Saks Inc., parent to Saks … [Read more...]

Jay Stein Appointed CEO at Stein Mart

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Jacksonville, FL—Jay Stein, interim chief executive officer at Stein Mart since September 2011, has been appointed permanent chief … [Read more...]

May Retail Comp Sales Better Than Expected

Warmer weather brought consumers out to shop in stores like Buckle in May.

New York—While many retailers have been reporting recently that their first quarter sales were stifled by unseasonable cold, their … [Read more...]

April Comp Retail Sales: “Generally Weak”

April Retail Sales

New York—Ingredients such as inclement and colder-than-normal weather, worries over sequestration and its effects and the … [Read more...]

Stein Mart Keeps Its NASDAQ Listing (For Now)

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Jacksonville, FL—Stein Mart Inc. got a much needed reprieve Wednesday from being delisted from the NASDAQ stock exchange. The … [Read more...]

Wintery Weather Results in Meager March Comp Sales Results

Widespread winter storms hampered shopping in many part of the country in March.

New York—U.S. retailers reported their lowest comparable store gains in months today as widespread cold weather hindered March … [Read more...]

Report: February Comp Sales Caught a Chill

February Retail Sales

New York—Despite a slight upsurge expected in Valentine’s Day spending, total February comparable store sales slowed due to bad … [Read more...]

January Comp Sales Rise, Easily Beating Forecasts

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New York—Whether it was the U.S. Congress finally averting the so-called fiscal cliff in early January, a spate of Arctic cold … [Read more...]

Sandy Dampens November Comp Store Sales Reports

Saks Fifth Avenue's flagship Fifth Avenue store boarded up and closed as Hurricane Sandy crashed into the New York metro area on Oct. 29.

New York—Thankfully, many U.S. retailers reported today that their holiday shopping seasons, particularly since Thanksgiving, are … [Read more...]