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Retail Stocks Ride Coattails Of Broader Market Rally

Increase in crude oil prices and dealmaking in the U.S. along with favorable global economic news sent stocks soaring.

clock August 10, 2015Arthur Zaczkiewicz


Fashion Apparel Stocks Bounce Back After Greece, China Woes

Macroeconomic news from the collapse of the Chinese stock market to economic concerns in Greece took a toll on global equities from early June through mid-July, and fashion apparel, accessories and beauty stocks were not immune from the sell-off.

clock August 6, 2015Arthur Zaczkiewicz



Greek Debt Concerns Moderate, Long-term is Another Story

As Greek officials begin bailout negotiations with its creditors this week, the economic impact of the debt crisis may not have been as bad as initially thought — at least in the short term.

clock July 28, 2015Arthur Zaczkiewicz


Europe’s Stock Markets Edge Down

Euphoria over Greece deal fades as reality sets in.

clock July 17, 2015Samantha Conti


Global Investors Increase Cash Holdings

For a second month in a row global investors surveyed by Bank of America Merrill Lynch said they were less optimistic about a strengthening economy.

clock July 14, 2015Arthur Zaczkiewicz


European Stock Markets Deflate From Greek High

Major indices were down, while retail and luxury stocks were uneven.

clock July 14, 2015Samantha Conti


Fashion Apparel, Retail Stocks the New Black?

U.S. equities have survived the stress test with major indices showing increases over the past one-year period. And retail stocks in particular have shown significant gains.

clock July 13, 2015Arthur Zaczkiewicz



U.S. Stocks Open Higher, Ascena Shares Dive

The tough new deal for Greece comes after marathon talks over the weekend.

clock July 13, 2015Samantha Conti and Debra Borchardt


Dow Falls 200 Points, Retail Shares Tank on China, Greece Concerns

Amid growing concerns over the implications of a Chinese stock market meltdown as well as ongoing worries over Greece, the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 200 points in morning trading.

clock July 8, 2015Arthur Zaczkiewicz



Europe’s Stocks Remain in Doldrums as Greece Prepares Plan

Milan's FTSE MIB was Europe's only major market to gain ground Tuesday morning.

clock July 7, 2015Samantha Conti



Greece is the Word as Fashion Equities React

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.

clock July 6, 2015WWD Staff


Europe, Asia Stocks Finish Down as U.S. Retail Stocks Slide

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.

clock July 6, 2015Arthur Zaczkiewicz and Arnold J. Karr


U.S. Retail Stocks Resist Greek-induced Declines

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.

clock July 6, 2015Arthur Zaczkiewicz


Retail, Fashion Stocks Clock Gains Despite Greek Turmoil

Major global market indices saw gains on Wednesday, the day after Greece defaulted on its debt.

clock July 1, 2015Vicki M. Young


Openness to Bailout Terms for Greece Triggers Stock Rally

As Greece considers terms of a possible bailout package, U.S. stocks rallied in the morning trading session.

clock July 1, 2015Arthur Zaczkiewicz

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