WallStAnalyst.com: Retailers Feel the Heat from Online Stores; US Market Shivers Amidst Poor Job Data

NEW YORK--()--Wall St. Analyst (www.wallstanalyst.com) has announced its comprehensive market summary that analyzes the most relevant news, events, and economic releases. This edition of the newsletter provides an insight into how household merchandise retailers are facing intense competition from online stores. Moreover, these companies are also hit by mass discount stores offering similar products for a cheaper price. The newsletter also throws the spotlight on how US stocks ended lower after investors reacted to disappointing job data and unemployment rate.

Is the Downturn among Retailers a Temporary Phenomenon?

Wall St. Analyst analyzes how leading household merchandise retailers are looking to thwart competition from discount stores and online stores by ramping up their brick-and-mortar presence. Moreover, the industry is expected to fare well in the coming quarters owing to the positive market sentiment and a resurgence being witnessed in the housing market. More details about the changing dynamics of the home furnishing industry is available at

http://wallstanalyst.com/blog/entry/bed-bath-beyond-feels-e-commerce-sting-reports-lower-comparable-store-sales-growth

US Job Growth Falters; Triggers Negative Market Sentiment

US stocks ended mostly lower after the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that job additions in December did not meet expectations. However, the setback is seen to be a temporary phenomenon after the unusually cold weather threw the economy into a lull phase. On a brighter note, the data showed a reduction in employment rates. More details about the US Government’s efforts to return to normal policy stance is available at

http://wallstanalyst.com/research-desk/market-monitoring/887-market-monitoring-13-january-2014

Will the Dow Continue its Upward Rally

Wall St. Analyst uses the Dow Theory to study price-volume movements and create charts and research to forecast industry and stock performance for that day, and the near term. This report is essential for the tactical allocation of long-term and short-term investors to extract value from a set of large and liquid stocks in order to make quick trading decisions. Today’s newsletter helps investors understand whether the Dow could continue its upward rally in the near future and it can be accessed at

http://wallstanalyst.com/research-desk/consumer-s-morning-letter/43-customer-s-morning-letter-13-jan-2014

Focus Concepts, Sectors, and Companies
The Home Depot
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Bed Bath & Beyond
Goldman Sachs
Twitter
Target
Wal-Mart
Google

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Contacts

Wall St. Analyst
Rajiv Singh
MD, Head of Research
+1 (347) 694 0245
press@wallstanalyst.com

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WallStAnalyst.com: Retailers Feel the Heat from Online Stores; US Market Shivers Amidst Poor Job Data

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Contacts

Wall St. Analyst
Rajiv Singh
MD, Head of Research
+1 (347) 694 0245
press@wallstanalyst.com