Retail analysts see the decision by Toys 'R Us to bypass an IPO as a bad warning for the retail...
Retail analysts see the decision by Toys 'R Us to bypass an IPO as a bad warning for the retail sector as a whole but not a reason to fret about an investment in Target (TGT) or Wal-Mart (WMT). While Toys 'R Us is an obvious casualty of the conversion of toys to digital formats, Target and Wal-Mart have the food and basic items categories to lean on.
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