COLM - Columbia Sportswear Company

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Delayed Price. Currency in USD
94.33
+1.31 (+1.41%)
As of 11:20AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close93.02
Open94.34
Bid94.25 x 900
Ask94.35 x 900
Day's Range93.07 - 94.34
52 Week Range80.03 - 109.74
Volume89,317
Avg. Volume269,741
Market Cap6.373B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.68
PE Ratio (TTM)21.07
EPS (TTM)4.48
Earnings DateOct 30, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.96 (1.04%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-14
1y Target Est120.85
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Moody's

    Morgan Stanley Bank of America Merrill Lynch Trust 2012-C5 -- Moody's upgrades five and affirms nine classes of MSBAM 2012-C5

    Rating Action: Moody's upgrades five and affirms nine classes of MSBAM 2012- C5. Global Credit Research- 16 Aug 2019. Approximately $943 million of structured securities affected.

  • Columbia Sportswear gets into the sneaker business
    American City Business Journals

    Columbia Sportswear gets into the sneaker business

    The outdoor apparel brand is known for its hiking shoes. Now it's making athletic footwear designed for a more urban environment.

  • Trump Bows to Economic Fears in Move to Delay China Tariffs
    Bloomberg

    Trump Bows to Economic Fears in Move to Delay China Tariffs

    (Bloomberg) -- Terms of Trade is a daily newsletter that untangles a world embroiled in trade wars. Sign up here. President Donald Trump bowed to pressure from U.S. businesses and concerns over the economic fallout of his trade war with China, delaying the imposition of new tariffs on a wide variety of consumer products including toys and laptops until December.Tuesday’s move to at least hit the pause button in his fight with China came as senior officials on both sides had their first phone conversation since Trump threatened the tariffs at the beginning of this month. It also cheered markets that had been growing increasingly concerned over the impact of trade tensions on a slowing global economy. U.S. stocks halted a two-day slide, and Asian equities climbed.Trump said the latest conversation with China had been “productive” and that “they would really like to make a deal.” Though he has often denied his tariffs have any impact on consumer prices and insists their cost is being borne by China, he also said the delay had been made “so it won’t be relevant to the Christmas shopping season.”The move announced Tuesday involved the splitting of an almost $300 billion list of products from China into two separate ones. Lots of agricultural products, antiques, clothes, kitchenware and footwear remained on the list to be hit Sept. 1 -- with a total value of more than $110 billion, according to a Bloomberg News analysis of last year’s import figures. But big-ticket categories such as smart-phones, laptops, and children’s toys -- worth about $160 billion -- would only be subject to tariffs after Dec. 15, according to Tuesday’s announcement. Nearly $2 billion worth of products were removed from the combined lists including bibles and shipping containers.The delay “is an incrementally positive sign,” Goldman Sachs Group Inc. chief economist Jan Hatzius wrote in an note. “It suggests that the disruption in financial markets over the last several days could have led to a softening of the White House position.”China’s commerce and foreign ministries didn’t immediately respond to faxes seeking comment. While markets applauded the splitting of the new tariffs, some businesses expressed frustration with the sudden turnaround and the fact that they were once again being left to make important business decisions on the fly because of the president’s trade policies.“It’s too late and it’s not enough,” said Peter Bragdon, chief administrative officer for the Columbia Sportswear Co. “There’s continued chaotic policy making and incoherence coming out of Washington that makes it very hard for businesses in the United States to plan.”Columbia still has products including footwear such as waterproof hiking boots that would be hit with a 10% tariff come next month. While only 10%-15% of Columbia’s products were made in China, production of specialized footwear was difficult to move, Bragdon said, and the company had already warned customers it would be forced to raise some of its prices.In some cases the splitting of the tariffs will make life more complicated for retailers and other businesses. Some categories of golf shoes, for example, will be subject to a 10% tariff Sept. 1 while others will not be targeted until Dec. 15. Apple Inc.’s iPhones will not face new import taxes until mid-December. But the popular wireless Airpods that go with them will be taxed in September.Stocks surged on the news Tuesday. Apple Inc. spiked as much as 5.8% and Best Buy Co. climbed as much as 11% on optimism that the reprieve would boost electronics sales in the holiday season. Apparel retailers including Gap Inc. and L Brands Inc. rose, as did toymaker Hasbro Inc. and discount chain Dollar Tree Inc.“What this means is that retailers will be able to get their shipments in without the 10% tariff, which is a sigh of relief,” said Poonam Goyal, a retail analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. “It definitely saves the holiday season.”With the Sept. 1 deadline, there wasn’t time for retailers to speed up ordering for the holiday season because it often takes more than four weeks for inventory to come from China, Goyal said.About $250 billion of Chinese goods have already been hit by 25% duties.David French, a spokesman for the National Retail Federation, said the organization was pleased by the delay on certain consumer goods but expressed caution.“Continued uncertainty for U.S. businesses and consumers is a drag on the economy,” he said. “What we really need is an effective strategy to address China’s unfair trade practices by working with our allies instead of using unilateral tariffs that cost American jobs and hurt consumers.”Chinese Vice Premier Liu He talked with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin by phone on Tuesday, Chinese and U.S. officials said. Another conference call is planned again in two weeks. It’s still unclear if an in-person meeting would take place sometime in September.But whether the two sides had made any progress was unclear and some analysts saw Tuesday’s move to delay some tariffs as a sign of Trump’s political vulnerabilities at home as much as an olive branch to China.“It shows the increasing chaos of the administration’s trade strategy toward China. And despite the president’s claims, it’s the clearest sign yet that Trump actually does understand that the tariffs are hurting American companies and consumers,” said Edward Alden, a trade expert at the Council on Foreign Relations. “It will also further weaken the already slim chances for any negotiating progress in September. Why would the Chinese make difficult decisions if they can wait out Trump and wait for him to fold when the stock market sags?”Scott Kennedy, a China expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, said there was still a danger of further escalation, especially around the tech sector. “But much of this is just keeping up appearances for a strategy that hasn’t succeeded,” he said. “That does not mean that the U.S. and China are likely to reach a trade deal, but rather that the relationship will be stuck in this purgatory for the remainder of the current administration.”What Our Economists Say“Speak to businesses and it’s the uncertainty -- not knowing if a tweet from President Donald Trump will break a crucial supply chain or block access to a market -- that’s weighing on investment and hiring decisions. A surprise delay to tariffs, and the creation of a new artificial deadline on Dec. 15, will do little to resolve it.”Tom Orlik, Bloomberg EconomicsClick here for the full note.The International Monetary Fund last month cited trade tensions as one of the biggest risks to the global economy as it downgraded its 2019 growth forecast, while Goldman Sachs has said there’s growing concerns that the trade war will trigger a U.S. recession. A Bloomberg News August survey of economists gave a 35% probability of a recession in the next 12 months, up from 31% previously.Trump’s Aug. 1 announcement about the new duties ended a tentative trade truce that he forged with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the end of June in Japan, just as the two sides were resuming negotiations. In the past week tensions have escalated further as the U.S. Treasury Department formally labeled China a currency manipulator.(Updates with Asia markets from second paragraph.)\--With assistance from Jonathan Roeder, Jordyn Holman, Joe Deaux, Justin Sink, Eddie Spence, Dominic Carey, Chris Middleton, Jeffrey Black and Jiyeun Lee.To contact the reporters on this story: Shawn Donnan in Washington at sdonnan@bloomberg.net;Jenny Leonard in Washington at jleonard67@bloomberg.net;Olivia Rockeman in New York at orockeman1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Margaret Collins at mcollins45@bloomberg.net, ;Brendan Murray at brmurray@bloomberg.net, Sarah McGregor, Robert JamesonFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • Has Columbia Sportswear (COLM) Outpaced Other Consumer Discretionary Stocks This Year?
    Zacks

    Has Columbia Sportswear (COLM) Outpaced Other Consumer Discretionary Stocks This Year?

    Is (COLM) Outperforming Other Consumer Discretionary Stocks This Year?

  • Should You Buy Columbia Sportswear Company (NASDAQ:COLM) For Its Upcoming Dividend In 4 Days?
    Simply Wall St.

    Should You Buy Columbia Sportswear Company (NASDAQ:COLM) For Its Upcoming Dividend In 4 Days?

    It looks like Columbia Sportswear Company (NASDAQ:COLM) is about to go ex-dividend in the next 4 days. Investors can...

  • Wolverine's (WWW) Q2 Earnings Beat Estimates, Revenues Miss
    Zacks

    Wolverine's (WWW) Q2 Earnings Beat Estimates, Revenues Miss

    Wolverine's (WWW) Q2 results hurt by tough retail market conditions. However, strong e-commerce business and growth across certain brands are tailwinds.

  • DLA vs. COLM: Which Stock Should Value Investors Buy Now?
    Zacks

    DLA vs. COLM: Which Stock Should Value Investors Buy Now?

    DLA vs. COLM: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?

  • Upside in Nike and Footwear Peers despite Tariffs?
    Market Realist

    Upside in Nike and Footwear Peers despite Tariffs?

    Nike, Under Armour, Skechers, and Columbia Sportswear fell 3.4%, 6.5%, 6.1%, and 2.8%, respectively, after a new 10% tariff was announced.

  • Columbia Sportswear Launches the SH/FT Collection, an Urban Footwear Line Designed for the Trail
    Business Wire

    Columbia Sportswear Launches the SH/FT Collection, an Urban Footwear Line Designed for the Trail

    Columbia Sportswear (COLM) is unveiling the SH/FT Collection – its newest footwear line inspired by today’s rapid urbanization and the growing movement to seek balance outdoors. Combining the best of style and function, the SH/FT Collection is designed for a new generation seeking experiences outside by allowing them to move more seamlessly from pavement to path. “We see a movement taking place as more young people are looking to nature and the outdoors to find balance and recharge from their busy lives in the city,” said Peter Ruppe, Vice President of Footwear at Columbia.

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    Textile - Apparel Industry Outlook: Prospects Seem Promising

    Textile - Apparel Industry Outlook: Prospects Seem Promising

  • Why We Think Columbia Sportswear Company (NASDAQ:COLM) Could Be Worth Looking At
    Simply Wall St.

    Why We Think Columbia Sportswear Company (NASDAQ:COLM) Could Be Worth Looking At

    As an investor, I look for investments which does not compromise one fundamental factor for another. By this I mean, I...

  • Business Wire

    Statement from Tim Boyle, President & CEO, Columbia Sportswear Company, on the Trump Administration's Proposed Tariff Increase on Imported Goods from China

    “President Trump announced today via Twitter that he plans to raise tariffs on imported goods from China beginning September 1, 2019. If tariffs are imposed, Columbia Sportswear Company – along with many other manufacturers in our industry – will be forced to raise prices on our products. This is a massive tax on employers and consumers, not on China.

  • GuruFocus.com

    Columbia Sportswear Co (COLM) EVP, Columbia Brand President Joseph P Boyle Sold $1. ...

    EVP, Columbia Brand President of Columbia Sportswear Co (30-Year Financial, Insider Trades) Joseph P Boyle (insider trades) sold 13,930 shares of COLM on 07/30/2019 at an average price of $107 a share. Continue reading...

  • Hanesbrands (HBI) Q2 Earnings Beat Estimates, Sales Up Y/Y
    Zacks

    Hanesbrands (HBI) Q2 Earnings Beat Estimates, Sales Up Y/Y

    Hanesbrands (HBI) posts robust second-quarter results on strong Activewear and International segments. Further, management provides guidance for the third quarter.

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    Under Armour (UAA) Down Despite Narrower-Than-Expected Q2 Loss

    Apparently, second-quarter top-line miss and management's soft view regarding North America segment are not well perceived by investors.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of COLM earnings conference call or presentation 25-Jul-19 9:00pm GMT

    Q2 2019 Columbia Sportswear Co Earnings Call

  • Columbia Sportswear (COLM) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool

    Columbia Sportswear (COLM) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    COLM earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • Columbia Sportswear (COLM) Q2 Earnings Top, '19 View Raised
    Zacks

    Columbia Sportswear (COLM) Q2 Earnings Top, '19 View Raised

    Columbia Sportswear (COLM) is on track with Project CONNECT program and DTC business. Also, management raises 2019 view on spectacular Q2 results.

  • Columbia Sportswear reports record sales, earnings in '19's 2Q
    American City Business Journals

    Columbia Sportswear reports record sales, earnings in '19's 2Q

    The outdoor apparel company reported $526.2 million in quarterly revenue and $0.34 in quarterly earnings per share, both well ahead of Wall Street expectations.

  • Columbia Sportswear (COLM) Surpasses Q2 Earnings and Revenue Estimates
    Zacks

    Columbia Sportswear (COLM) Surpasses Q2 Earnings and Revenue Estimates

    Columbia Sportswear (COLM) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 2200.00% and 3.70%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

  • Columbia Sportswear Stock Eyes Breakout After Earnings Crush Estimates; Deckers Beats
    Investor's Business Daily

    Columbia Sportswear Stock Eyes Breakout After Earnings Crush Estimates; Deckers Beats

    Columbia Sportswear stock is poised to clear a buy point after Q2 earnings beat. Deckers Outdoor topped views but shares sold off late.

  • Columbia Sportswear Upgraded ahead of Q2 Results
    Market Realist

    Columbia Sportswear Upgraded ahead of Q2 Results

    Yesterday, Columbia Sportswear (COLM) stock was up 2.7% after Bank of America Merill Lynch upgraded its rating to “buy” from “neutral.”

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