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Blasts of wintry weather late in the month contributed to a mediocre performance for retail sales in February.

Late-Winter Chills Hurt February Sales

Stores with least exposure to snow, cold perform best in month.

Europe’s Markets Rise

Retail and luxury stocks were also on the uptick mid-morning Thursday ahead of ECB announcements.

Adidas’ Boost shoe

Adidas Swings to Loss in Q4

The German activewear brand said sales were up for the quarter as well as the full year.

The American Eagle store inside the Westfield White City mall in London.

Teen Retailers Struggle With Sales

While American Eagle Outfitters Inc. saw increases in fourth-quarter profits and sales, its comparable sales remained flat. Competitor Abercrombie & Fitch saw profits plummet by almost a third and sales slip 13.8 percent.

China Lowers Growth Target to About 7% as Headwinds Intensify

The country has set its lowest economic growth target in more than 15 years as leaders tackle the side effects of a generation-long expansion that has spurred corruption, fueled debt risks and polluted skies and rivers.

HBC’s joint venture with RioCan includes the Hudson’s Bay in Vancouver.

Retailers Pitch Wall Street at Bank Of America Conference

Executives from Hudson's Bay, Wal-Mart and Target all had their say.

Profit Taking Weighs on Stocks

Despite the decline, the WWD Global Stock Tracker is up 5.8 percent since the beginning of the year.

Outside a Quiksilver women's store.

Quiksilver Postpones Earnings Report on Cut-off Issue

Audit committee to update board on March 16.

A Target store.

Investors Eye Target Plan

After a detailed presentation to Wall Street, shares of Target Corp. were mixed as investors digested the CEO's plan to grow the retailer.