- Barrons.com•9 hours ago
Cowen's John Kernan and team argue that Under Armour's (UA.C) Class-C shares--those without voting rights--have gotten so cheap relative to Under Armour's (UA) Class-A shares that they're beginning to look like a bargain. The C shares were created to provide Under Armour with a new form of currency for compensation and potential stock-based acquisitions. Mr. Plank has approx. 65% voting rights, as he also owns 34.45MM B-shares which carry special voting rights of 10 votes per share.
After hours: 45.32-0.02 (-0.05%) as of 5:02 PM EDT
|Bid||44.30 x 100|
|Ask||48.00 x 1000|
|52wk Range||30.11 - 57.25|
|Day's Range||45.00 - 45.63|
|Avg Vol (3m)||3,670,039|
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