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U.S. Retail Stocks Try to Regain Losses

U.S. markets tried to shrug off yesterday’s steep selloff as major indices inched back into the green at midday trading, the gains were weak.

U.S. Equities Up in Pre-market Opening Trades

After plunging 350 points — or 2 percent — on news of a Greek debt default, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.5 percent to 17,604 in pre-market trading.

European Stocks Dip Amid Greece Fears

The country is holding referendum on Sunday on its debt crisis.

Sergio Rossi designer Angelo Ruggeri explored different aspects of the tuxedo for his evening range of shoes, such as this sandal that resembles a collar.

Potential Suitors Emerge for Sergio Rossi

Kering’s quest to sell the Italian luxury footwear label Sergio Rossi is moving ahead, with at least three potential bidders in sight, WWD has learned.

Greek Chill Hits Fashion, Retail Stocks

Having been traumatized by the housing mortgage bubble of 2007, investors know that finance is a complicated global game with connections and implications that are as far-reaching as it is deep.

Outside a Bon-Ton location.

Bon-Ton in Sale-Leaseback Deal for Six Properties

Six properties will raise $84 million to pay off mortgage loan facility.

:Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras delivers a speech during a parliamentary session in Athens, Greece June 28, 2015 .

Europe’s Markets Tumble on Greek Woes, U.S. Equities Fall Sharply

European indices declined after Greece's banks closed ahead of a referendum on the terms of a proposed debt deal.

Swiss Firms Struggle With Continued Strength of Franc

Watch brands and other firms see exports decline as the franc remains strong against the euro.

Retail Outlook: A Better Second Half

As the calendar approaches the mid-year mark, Wall Street has a lot to chew on as investors strategize for the second half.