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Nike Stock Could Break Out and Hit $100

Bret Kenwell

Despite reporting a solid quarterly result year-end, worries linger on the name as it relates to China. continues to struggle with its sales in China. Although there are concerns about its business in China -- thanks to both a slowdown in the Chinese economy and trade-war discussions between the U.S. and China -- shares of both companies continue to press higher.