Skechers has signed a new credit agreement with various banks,...

Skechers has signed a new credit agreement with various banks, replacing the one it had negotiated in 2009. It covers revolving loans of up to $250 million, or even $350 million, with relatively marginal interest rates. It allows Skechers to pay dividends to its shareholders and to buy back shares ...

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