|Bid||124.50 x 900|
|Ask||125.90 x 1000|
|Day's range||124.91 - 126.83|
|52-week range||56.56 - 130.49|
|PE ratio (TTM)||56.46|
|Earnings date||29 Aug 2018 - 4 Sep 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||121.60|
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Nike (NKE) is still the athletic brand of choice for young consumers, according to new research, with Adidas second for both men and women. In a Monday note, Cowen & Co. shared the results of a monthly survey that asked consumers aged 18-34 what brand they prefer when buying athletic apparel such as running and gym clothes. In June, Nike—as it has been for many months running—was the top pick for both men and women.
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Lululemon Athletica Inc. shares are not far off the record they hit in June, and for good reason. Plus, as I noted earlier this week, the short-term outlook for clothing retailers is better now than it has been in years, and Lululemon is well-positioned to take advantage. The recent sizzle at Lululemon makes for a good occasion to step back and acknowledge just what a force it has become in the apparel business — and why that should be simultaneously scary and encouraging for other players in the specialty format.
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UBS analysts downgraded Nike to “neutral” from “buy” on June 21, writing, “Nike looks like a long-term winner, but this is a consensus view.” While they believe that Nike is a strong brand and its inventory and promotions are very much “under control,” they think the company’s current multiple of ~29x reflects that “the market agrees.”
Shares of Lululemon Athletica (LULU) are already up some 60% this year, but they could go even further, according to the bulls at Susquehanna Financial. The analysts on Friday set a $147 price target on the shares that’s about 17% above current levels and, according to FactSet, the second-highest on Wall Street. The company “is playing in a different sandbox from competitors such as Athleta, Fabletics, Nike (NKE), Under Armour (UAA) and other active lifestyle apparel players,” the analysts wrote.
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