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|Day's range||63.54 - 64.21|
|52-week range||50.35 - 65.36|
|PE ratio (TTM)||27.74|
|Earnings date||19 Mar 2018 - 23 Mar 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.80 (1.26%)|
|1y target est||65.46|
Nike Inc. has promoted Dirk-Jan "DJ" van Hameren to chief marketing officer, effective immediately. Van Hameren succeeds Greg Hoffman, who has been named vice president of global brand creative ...
Under Armour (UAA) stock fell 50.0% during 2017, making it among the worst-performing stocks in the S&P 500 Index for the year. In comparison, competitors Nike (NKE), Lululemon Athletica (LULU), and Columbia Sportswear (COLM) closed the year with gains exceeding 20.0%. Under Armour (UAA) started 2018 on a positive note and surged more than 10.0% in the first three trading days of the new year.
NIKE Inc. (NKE) stock seems to be jittery following a mixed second-quarter fiscal 2018. However, the company's focus on strategies like Consumer Direct offense and Triple Double Strategy remain noteworthy.
Shares of Nike (NKE) outran the competition in 2017 despite tough going for athletic retailers that were dogged by consumers' shifting shopping habits and the threat of Amazon (AMZN). Can Nike continue to stay ahead of the pack?
As we discussed already in this three-part series, Lululemon Athletica (LULU) recorded strong holiday sales recently, which prompted the company to raise guidance on January 8. Sportswear peers Nike (NKE) and Columbia Sportswear (COLM) also recorded solid gains in 2017. Lululemon’s price target was lifted by Stifel and Suntrust Robinson after the company raised guidance for the upcoming quarter.
Nike (NKE) had a great year in 2017, but that strength waned last month, as the stock fell after a lackluster second-quarter earnings report. Hilliard Lyons analyst Jeffrey Thomison weighs in on the quarter today, reiterating a Neutral rating on the stock. As for the quarterly report, he liked the international growth, product development, Nike's increased push to sell directly to consumers, and its ongoing share repurchases, but notes there were a number of negative factors as well, including another sales decline in North America, lower gross margins, higher operating expenses, and conservative guidance for the current quarter. International revenues rose 14%, more than offsetting a 4.5% decline in North America where competitive pressures were above- average, in our view.
Retail had a relatively healthy holiday season in 2017, but in the sober light of January, its problems remain. Instinet's Simeon Siegel and his team writes that despite ending the year on a strong note, it's worth going back to look at the "growing fundamental and sentimental divide" in the sector, given that the problems that plagued retailers throughout the 2017 haven't disappeared, even with some benefit from the new tax bill.
Merrill Lynch runs the numbers and finds these two stocks performed well at Christmas. Are they bargains?
Nike (NKE) just did it in 2017. With only two trading days left in the year, and little in the way of market-moving news to write about, we thought we'd take a look at all 30 stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial ...
Remember the tumble Nike (NKE) took after releasing its earnings on Thursday night? A refresher: On Dec. 22, shares of Nike traded down as much as 7.2% despite beating the Street's earnings and revenue forecasts. One of the reasons that Nike tumbled was because there appeared to be no end in sight for its sluggish North American sales, a result, in part, of heightened competition from the likes of Adidas (ADDYY) and Under Armour (UAA) (which is suffering from missteps of its own).
Ben Rains is joined by Zacks' resident retail expert Maddy Johnson to discuss the current state of sports retail. Topics range from Lululemon's recent success to how sportswear powers Adidas and Nike can adapt to the changing retail landscape.
Nike (NKE) declared its fiscal 2Q18 results on December 21 after the markets closed. In 2Q18, its revenue rose 5.0% to $8.6 billion.
Stock indexes set all-time bests as Congress OK'd the $1.5 trillion tax cut. Bitcoin plunged from record highs while Chevron and a slew of oil stocks broke out.
Stocks finished slightly lower Friday in subdued trading ahead of a three-day holiday weekend. Health care companies and banks slipped. President Donald Trump signed the Republican-backed tax bill into ...
On a day the indexes closed with small losses, shares of Ignyta soared on news it was being bought by Roche, and Nike fell after reporting earnings.