The stock markets fluctuated and ended the trading session lower except the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, up 0.32%. Sign up for our free newsletter Companies in the semiconductor industry experienced a sell-off today. Investors continue to monitor the debt negotiations between Greece and its international creditors. Commenting on the market trends, Tim Ghriskey, managing director and chief investment officer at Solaris Asset Management told Bloomberg, "The selloff here seems to be more in tech than anywhere else, which could be weighing on the market overall. Traders are taking money off the table in front of the weekend and perhaps even quarter-end as we head into earnings season and a short week." On the other hand, Jon Corpina, a senior managing partner at Meridian Equity Partners commented that the equity markets are affected by a several factors including the impending headlines regarding Greece's debt talks, the Russell and end of the quarter. He said,"It's an interesting yin and yang that's performing in the market right now." Earlier today, Bloomberg reported that Greece's creditors offered a $17.3 billion financial aid for the struggling country. The creditors proposed a five-month extension of the bailout program, which is set to expire on Tuesday. According to the European official, the proposed extension would be dependent upon the commitment of Greece on the so-called prior actions to implement economic measures. The finance ministers in the Eurozone are scheduled to meet in Brussels on Saturday to develop an agreement based on those economic measures with sticking points such as increases in pension contributions and sales-tax rates.