Shares in Asia were trending downwards on Thursday, taking their lead from Wall Street, which ended its day lower. Japan's Nikkei was flat, reversing the morning's losses, while shares in China and Hong Kong were down.
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Target has had a rough year. Actually, they have been having a hard time for a few years now. With last year's security breach sales suffered and now the Minnesota-based retailers needs a pick me up heading into the holiday rush.
The chemicals and plastics giant's Q3 EPS popped 44% to 72 cents, beating consensus by 4 cents. Revenue grew 5% to $15.41 bil vs.
In the early 1980s, B.B. King recorded a song called �Inflation Blues.� But for the Fed these days, it's the lack of inflation that's a low-down dirty shame.