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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.

Cuuura Takes to the States to Build U.S. Base

After launching in Australia earlier this year, Cuuura has opened a New York office to try to build its consumer base and attract new investors.

A look from Nike's Spring 2015 collection.

Analysts: Nike Share Price Just Right

Nike Inc.’s after-market results yesterday triggered a surge in its stock price today with shares in the midday session gaining 4.2 percent to $109.63 on trading volume three times its average.

Bears Claw Into Chinese Equities

China suffered steep declines today with major indices dropping more than 7 percent.

Economists: Global Economy Poised for Modest Growth

After experiencing softness earlier this year, the global economic outlook is showing more strength.