|Bid||14.48 x 400|
|Ask||14.49 x 500|
|Day's range||14.18 - 14.68|
|52-week range||10.36 - 21.81|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||1 May 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||16.50|
Under Armour Inc. pulled its ads from Alphabet Inc.-owned YouTube after the apparel company's ads appeared on a white nationalist channel, according to a CNN report late Thursday. Under Armour is one of several brands such as Netflix Inc. , Facebook Inc. , amd Amazon.com Inc. that CNN reported appeared on channels that promote extremist content. Alphabet's YouTube unit recently announced a series of changes aimed at curbing the problem, including restricting which channels are able to run ads and thus make money.
Under Armour's takeover from Majestic Athletic as the supplier of Major League Baseball uniforms has been pushed back a year to 2020, the original terms of its agreement. Fanatics Inc. and MLB announced ...
Of 31 analyst ratings currently visible in FactSet, only about a quarter are “buy.” (Most are “hold” or “sell.”) But one analyst sought to change the tune this week. Here’s why they think that: • There’s so much negativity that Q1 and 2018 performance doesn’t need to be perfect to please investors: “We increasingly are bullish on Under Armour based on prospects for inline or better Q1 results and a reiteration of the 2018 plan to provide additional signs that a multiyear recovery is unfolding,” they wrote. “A lack of any material disappointment and/or negative earnings revisions can continue to propel the stock higher.” • But investors may also be underestimating Q1 performance.
Under Armour's stock may finally be moving upward after a crummy 2017, but the brand's popularity with women and teens is in trouble.
Under Armour's (UA) Class C shares shot to the top of the S&P 500 on Tuesday. Under Armour gained 74 cents, or 5.3%, to $14.73. The S&P 500 gained 32.57 points, or 1.26%, to 2614.45. Under Armour looked ...
Under Armour is expected to return to growth in the next 12-to-18 months but much first overcome near-term challenges.
Under Armour saw its shares slide at two major sporting goods retailers last year. In a Monday note, Credit Suisse compared the effect of products from Barron’s Next 50 companies Under Armour and Nike at Dick’s Sporting Goods (DKS) and Hibbett Sports (HIBB). At Dicks, Nike and Under Armour saw their combined share of purchases drop to 28% in 2017 from 32%.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Sports apparel merchant Under Armour has become the latest victim of a massive digital theft of sensitive information about tens of millions of customers.
Roughly 150 million Under Armour clients have been affected by a data security issue after an unauthorized party acquired access to the company's My Fitness Pal accounts https://bloom.bg/2Gj2BmF #tictocnews ...
Under Armour Inc., joining a growing list of corporate victims of hacker attacks, said about 150 million user accounts tied to its MyFitnessPal nutrition-tracking app were breached earlier this year.
Under Armour Inc. said late Thursday it has detected a data breach in MyFitnessPal user accounts. The breach did not include government-issued identifiers, such as Social Security numbers and driver's ...
New York Yankees star Aaron Judge is switching his equipment supplier to Adidas from Under Armour. Adidas said Tuesday it had agreed to a multiyear partnership with the AL Rookie of the Year, who set a ...
Nike reported another decline in operating profits in its recent earnings report, but here's why management sees better things on the way.
A trade war with China could be rough on apparel and footwear companies—but less so for athletic gear makers like Nike and Under Armour. In a Friday note, Wedbush analysts examined the possible effects on a range of companies, concluding that “athletic brands will likely be the least impacted of our covered companies” based on the possible effect on sales and cost of goods sold: Sourcing moving away from China (toward Vietnam but also with exposure to Indonesia, Cambodia, and more), product mix, and international businesses (higher penetration of sales outside the U.S. reduces risk) contribute to mitigating potential tariffs, with Adidas AG (ADS) and Under Armour (UAA) (~8%) likely the least impacted and Nike (NKE) close behind at ~10% (in addition to Columbia Sportswear (COLM) with ~10%).