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|52 Week Range||72.66 - 118.98|
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The German based athletic apparel giant Adidas enjoyed growth in sales and profits particularly in China and North America. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Dan Roberts discuss.
Categories: Yahoo FinanceGet free summary analysis adidas AG reports financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2017. We analyze the earnings along side the following peers of adidas AG – NIKE, Inc. Class B, Deckers Outdoor Corporation, Skechers U.S.A., Inc. Class A and Crocs, Inc. (NKE-US, DECK-US, SKX-US and CROX-US) that have also reported for this ... Read more (Read more...)
Under Armour Inc. (NASDAQ:UA) CEO Kevin Plank is like the superstar athlete who got the deal of a lifetime and then quickly lost his edge. UA stock has been the one to suffer. Ever since delivering a “stock split” engineered to guarantee his perpetual control over the company’s voting shares, Plank has been hearing boos.
Global creative director says Adidas has to consider any other company with whom a potential customer might spend money — and not just rival athletic-gear makers — a rival.
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It’s been a downhill sprint for Under Armour Corp (NYSE:UAA, NYSE:UA) and its investors. Puns aside, it’s been ugly for UA stock. InvestorPlace’s Laura Hoy does a nice job of detailing Under Armour’s woes on items from dropping the ball in North America to a management team that appears to be on the roster for Wall Street’s bears given its disappointing misstep into the wearables market — and now, plans to build “the greatest retail store in the world” by 2019.
It will remain so until UAA stock comes down a lot more. Competitors Nike Inc (NYSE:NKE) and adidas AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:ADDYY) are starting to aggressively up their games in the North American market, which is where Under Armour gets more than 75% of its revenues. Over the next several months, barring some unforeseen catalyst, UAA stock will simply continue to grind lower.
Welcome to the sixth episode of Full-Court Finance, a podcast from Zacks Investment Research focused on the intersection of sports, business, and the stock market. On this week's episode, we take an in-depth look at Under Armour's (UAA) climb from startup to multibillion-dollar sports apparel powerhouse, and why its fortunes changed so quickly.
The company is putting on the full-court press in the athletic retail industry and is in the midst of developing what CEO Mark Parker calls the most exciting innovation pipeline he has ever seen at Nike (and he’s been there for a long time). All of this, and more, was on full display at Nike’s Investor Day at the end of October. The big takeaway from Nike’s Investor Day was that the high-growth profile investors have grown accustomed to at NKE isn’t going anyway any time soon.
It's becoming clearer that Adidas' American resurgence isn't just a one-off fad built on the back of fashion geeks, but a more permanent comeback to the spotlight.
Adidas brand sales grew 31% in the U.S. in the third quarter of 2017, continuing to gain on top dog Nike. U.S. CEO Mark King says it's because the brand keeps "getting hotter" in America.
Adidas can’t be stopped. The German sportswear label reported another surge in North American sales this quarter. Adidas brand sales jumped 31% in the quarter, topping $1 billion in the region. What makes that accomplishment so impressive is that sales of activewear and sneakers in the US are actually in a slump right now. Adidas’…
IN THE NEWS In one of the most tumultuous years in athleticwear in recent memory, adidas AG (ADR) (OTC: ADDYY ) has emerged as an industry leader: Link Following Intel and Advanced Micro Devices , it's ...
Adidas hopes the launch of new team kits before next year's soccer World Cup will restore sales growth after the German sportswear firm reported a slowdown in Europe in the last three months. Adidas is making shirts for teams including World Cup holders Germany and Spain.
Adidas has reported its Q3 2017 results, with impressive growth in North America and China, while Russia disappointed with heavy declines.
Adidas AG (ADDYY) came out with third-quarter 2017 results, wherein the company's net income from continuing operations improved about 35% to ???549 million (approximately $645.1 million).