WallStAnalyst.com: US Apparel Retailers Eye Huge Chinese Market; US Dollar Slumps on Weak GDP Data

  WallStAnalyst.com: US Apparel Retailers Eye Huge Chinese Market; US Dollar
  Slumps on Weak GDP Data

Business Wire

NEW YORK -- March 3, 2014

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 the growth
strategies of major US apparel retailers launching their brands in the
lucrative Chinese market. The newsletter also throws the spotlight on why the
US dollar slumped against the GBP post the announcement of disappointing GDP

US Apparel Retailers Make Beeline for China

WallStAnalyst.com analyzes how major US apparel retailers are investing in the
high-growth Chinese market after facing a harsh domestic retail climate. These
apparel giants are looking to cash in on growth opportunities offered by
China’s booming middle class and working population, which are becoming
fashion conscious. More details about the Chinese retail market are available


Rising Military Tensions in Ukraine Pushes up Oil Prices

WallStAnalyst.com analyzes how crude oil prices surged amidst mounting
geopolitical tensions between Ukraine and Russia. Oil prices shot up on
concerns about supply constraints through Ukraine, the main channel for
Russian gas supply to Europe. On the other hand, US natural gas prices slipped
after promising prospects of the climate getting better. More details about
the US oil and gas sector are available at


US Dollar Retreats over Slump in GDP Data

The US dollar slid against the GBP following the announcement of disappointing
US production data and amidst concerns about the slump in US economic revival.
The ISM will release data on personal spending and manufacturing activity,
which could have a significant impact on the US dollar in the week ahead. More
details about currency fluctuations are available at


S&P Reaches 48^th Record High in the Past Year

WallStAnalyst.com analyzes how US stocks finished February with solid gains
due to better-than-expected Chicago PMI and consumer sentiment reports. The
markets shrugged off lower estimates for fourth-quarter US GDP growth and
surged ahead despite rising concerns over the precarious situation in Ukraine.
More details about the US stock market are available at


Focus Concepts, Sectors, and Companies

Gap Inc.
Hennes & Mauritz
Fast Retailing Co.
Inditex SA
US Dollars
Oil & Gas

For more information visit www.wallstanalyst.com.


Wall St. Analyst
Ms. Vani Rao, Chief Editor
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