Shares of a number of shoe-sellling companies jump higher after Friday's double-dose of positive...


Shares of a number of shoe-sellling companies jump higher after Friday's double-dose of positive earnings reports from Foot Locker and Brown Shoe shine a brighter spotlight on the sector. Could troubles at Sears Holdings and J.C. Penney's be partially behind the sudden resurgence of mall-based shoe outlets? Advancers: CROX +5.5%, DECK +4.1%, SHOO +2.6%, SKX +3%, KSWS +5.2%.
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  • jgesa
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    Don't think SKX is a long play untill they cean up their act and become profitable.
    21 May 2012, 06:03 PM Reply Like
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