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January Retail Sales Leads Stocks Higher

Stocks moved higher as January retail sales were better than expectations.

European Stock Markets Climb, Capping Roller Coaster Week

Retail and luxury stocks largely rose with the markets.

Rakuten Sees Higher FY Sales, Lower Profits

Japan’s largest e-commerce company said it posted a double-digit jump in full-year revenue while its bottom line suffered on higher costs and a high comparative base.

Tokyo Shares Tank, Capping Off Tough Week

Stocks took a nosedive Friday on the back of a sell-off in the United States and Europe and jump in the valuation of the yen, which would harm the country’s exporters.

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Columbia Sportswear Delivers Strong Quarterly Earnings

Columbia Sportswear stock jumped after the company beat earnings and sales estimates.

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Levi Strauss & Co. Posts Higher Profits, But Currency Issues Erode Revenues

Currency translation unfavorably impacted net revenues by $85 million in the fourth quarter and by $312 million for the full year.

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Dior Revenues Jump 12% in Holiday Quarter

The French fashion house surpassed the $2 billion revenue threshold in 2015.

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Stock Selloff Intensifies Pushing Gold Prices Higher

Stock selling intensified in the U.S. as worry over European banks is growing.

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange.

Stocks Slide on European Bank Concerns

Stocks are dropping as European banks remain under pressure.