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$SPLS's business unit income as a percentage of sales was 1.3% in 2Q15, which was up from 1.2% in the same period last year. The growth reflects increased product margin rates, as well as labor, rent and other operational expense savings, in part from store closures. These increases were partially offset by deleverage of fixed costs on lower sales.
Any idea why some investors are happy about the disastrous $UA results??
Wow! GM killed it with earnings today! Did not expect this after $F gave the feeling it will eclipse the Chevy maker completely!
Oil rebound starting to show up in energy stocks. $XOM $CVX
I have a feeling "CLOUDy" days are ahead, with $AMZN leading the pack.
$AAL is giving pay hikes to its employees but investors are sulking.