$RAD $AMZN: Think Amazon Will Save Rite Aid Stock? Think Again.

Date: Tuesday, August 13th, 2019

Stock(s) mentioned: ,

Source: Investorplace.com (https://investorplace.com)

Summary: If you’re thinking of shopping for Rite Aid (NYSE:RAD) stock on its much-hyped, package pick-up collaboration with Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), be prepared to …

Full article address: https://investorplace.com/2019/08/think-amazon-will-save-rite-aid-stock-think-again/

Related News:

$TREX $ENPH $ALC $NVS $RAD $TGE: Trex, Enphase Energy, Alcon: ‘Mad Money’ Lightning Round

$RAD: These 2 Stocks Got Crushed by the Market Today — Are They Now …

$RAD: Why Rite Aid Stock Is Sinking Today

$RAD $WBA: Even After Recent Gains Rite Aid Stock Is Still Underweight

$RAD $WBA $CVS: It’s Still Too Risky to Bet on Rite Aid Stock

$RAD $ADBE: With 3 New Growth Catalysts, Is Rite Aid Stock Finally a Buy?

$RAD $AMZN: Is Rite Aid Stock the Best Play Under $6?

$RAD $AMZN: Rite Aid Stock Continues to Fade into Irrelevance Despite Amazon

$RAD: Seasonal Flu Shots Available Now at Rite Aid

$RAD: Rite Aid (RAD) Down 23.5% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?

$RAD: Rite Aid names health-care exec Heyward Donigan CEO

Latest News:

$KOD: Kodiak Sciences Announces Emerging Durability Data from …

$EFX $TRU $EXPGY $DJIA $SPX: One reason FICO scores are rising (that has nothing to do with jobs or the economy)

$LHX: L3Harris Technologies Completes Sale of Harris Night Vision …

$GM: GM Contract Deadline Expires with No Deal, Autoworkers Set to Strike

$GM: UAW: No Contract Extension With GM, No Strike Before 10 a.m. Sunday

$MSFT $CRM $ADBE $IGV $KO: With software stocks struggling, the attention turns to Adobe’s earnings report on Tuesday

$GS $CRMBQ $ZNGA: Independent advisory firms are growing by leaps and bounds. How fast is too fast?

$BEP $TERP: 3 Top Solar Stocks to Buy Right Now

$JNJ $MCK: $8B in opioid damage demanded from J&J, McKesson

$ET: Why Energy Transfer Investors Should Be Excited About 2020

$FICO $FB: The Moneyist: I’m engaged to a ‘money monster’ who racks up parking tickets and credit-card debt