Stocks were uneven Friday morning as Greeks head for the polls in vote that could topple the government and pave the way for an exit from the euro zone.
— July 3, 2015
Agreements run until Oct. 15 with one-month extension available if requirements are met.
— July 2, 2015
Amid a jobs report that showed strength in numbers, but weaker wage growth, investors weighed how the Federal Reserve would react to the data and time an interest rate hike.
The markets slipped as Greece and its creditors remain at odds.
The private equity fund said it plans to accelerate the chain’s development in Paris and fund international expansion.
Overall corporate credit rating remains at ‘CCC-plus.’
— July 1, 2015
Major global market indices saw gains on Wednesday, the day after Greece defaulted on its debt.
The two executives have harsh words for Greece's politicians over the crisis in Europe.
Sole Society counts Nordstrom as an investor.