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Traders at the New York Stock Exchange.

BlueCrest Capital’s Retail Investments Crumble

BlueCrest Capital, one of Europe’s largest hedge funds that held many retail names is returning money to its clients.

Italian Fashion and Textile Business Grows Less Than Expected

According to SMI, the compartment will close 2015 up 1.1. percent compared to last year.

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange

Asian Stocks Lead U.S. Markets Higher

U.S. stocks moved after following a positive close in Asia and what looks to be a record for car sales in November.

Jack Ma

Alibaba Sues Companies for Questioning Singles’ Day Results

China’s largest e-commerce company is suing two Chinese firms for 10 million yuan, or $15.6 million, each.

European Stock Markets Edge Down

The FTSE 100 in London was the only market to make small gains in midmorning trading on Tuesday.

A view of a Old Navy store front.

‘Giving Tuesday’ Goes Digital

Many retailers are partnering with charities for #GivingTuesday and bringing tech into the fundraising effort. was briefly brought down by the Cyber Monday rush.

Cyber Power: A $3 Billion Monday

The online shopping holiday is growing, but not as quickly as before.

Sequential Brands Blames Shorts for Stock Price Decline

Sequential Brands chairman William Sweedler issues statement assigning blame on stock price decline to short sellers.

Retail Stocks Fall on 4Q Earnings Concerns

Reports of weak sales and traffic during the kickoff of the holiday shopping season sent investors into a selling mode today despite strong indications that Cyber Monday was performing above expectations.