Caleres cuts debt to below pre-Covid levels


Caleres posted lower sales and a net loss in the fourth quarter, but thanks to strong cash generation it continued to significantly deleverage its balance sheet, pushing debt below pre-pandemic levels. In the fourth quarter alone, it reduced credit facility borrowings by $50 million to $250 million, or $25 million ...

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