NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- On June 26 TheStreet will be eyeing Greek bailout talks, one notable company's latest quarterly financial results and a key economic report.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer, Portfolio Manager of the Action Alerts PLUS Charitable Trust Portfolio, says he's tracking the situation in Greece.
He warns investors to be careful as the Greek situation has drastically changed in the last 48 hours.
On the earnings front, TheStreet will be watching Finish Line (FINL), which will release its first-quarter results before the market opens.
The athletic apparel and shoe retailer is expected to earn 24 cents a share on $430.84 million in revenue for the quarter, according to Thomson Reuters data.
Analysts are expecting the athletic shoe and sports apparel retailer to post a year-over-year decline in earnings a share but a rise in revenue for the most recent quarter.
In the same quarter of last year, the company reported a profit of 28 cents a diluted share on a non-GAAP basis for the fiscal 2015 first quarter.
Net sales for the year ago period came in at $406.5 million.
Indianapolis-based Finish Line is a specialty retailer that operates two retail divisions.
They include the Finish Line brand name and the running specialty group.
On the economic calendar, TheStreet will cover a consumer sentiment report compiled by the University of Michigan Consumer Survey Center.
The mid-month reading for this report was stronger than expected.
The Michigan report is based on questioning of 500 households each month on their financial conditions and attitudes about the economy.
Consumer sentiment is related to the strength of consumer spending.