Milan's FTSE MIB was Europe's only major market to gain ground Tuesday morning.
— July 7, 2015
Greece’s refusal to accept the bailout terms proposed by its creditors in a referendum on Sunday forced all of Europe’s and Asia's major markets — with the exception of Shanghai — down on Monday.
— July 6, 2015
Rights offering raises $1.6 billion to be applied to real estate purchases from Sears.
During the midday trading session U.S. issues were mostly in the red, but had resisted the steep declines of Europe and Asia following a thumbs-down vote in Greece over bailout terms for the troubled country.
In mid-morning trading, U.S. equities showed modest declines amid concerns in Europe following a "no" vote in Greece for a bailout package aimed at maintaining solvency.
Retail, luxury stocks around the world fell Monday on new uncertainty about the future of Greece.
Agreements run until Oct. 15 with one-month extension available if requirements are met.
— July 5, 2015
A strengthening of high-profitability areas such as e-commerce and a low comparative base helped to boost the company’s bottom line.
— July 3, 2015
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.