Levi Strauss enjoyed a fashionable debut on the New York Stock Exchange last week. Now the owner of Lee and Wrangler wants to prove that there's room for another dedicated denim maker on Wall Street.
Levi Strauss surged more than 30% during its public debut Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange.
Levi Strauss shares are in demand as the blue jeans maker returns to the stock market after a 34-year absence.
Levi Strauss plans to hit the public market for the first time in 34 years, a promising sign for a troubled retail sector.