On an adjusted basis, net income fell 42 percent to $6.3 million, or 13 cents per share, from $10.8 million, or 20 cents, last year.
— May 3, 2016
Retail and luxury stocks fell with the markets in mid-morning trading on Tuesday.
Disappointing economic data out of China discouraged some investors.
Declining U.S. sales, inventory write-downs in China and retail expansion costs battered earnings.
Stocks are moving higher as National Retail Properties delivers an earnings beat and raises guidance for 2016.
— May 2, 2016
A stronger yen is a discouraging development for the country’s export-driven economy.
The region’s indices were choppy in morning trading Monday after Asian markets fell.
Gold and silver logged 15-month highs, while stocks limped through the last day of trading in April leading the major indices to negative performances for the month.
— April 29, 2016
Traders are weighing the impact of various government data including consumer spending, personal income and core inflation.