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Despite a disastrous year for the sporting goods industry, Hibbett Sports, Inc. (NASDAQ: HIBB ) shares have managed to run up nearly 50 percent in November. It may be time to sprint off with the recent ...
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Shares of Foot Locker (FL) skyrocketed to the top of the S&P 500 index Friday after the sporting goods retailer announced better-than-expected financial results and gave upbeat guidance for the current quarter. It is the single biggest one-day gain ever for Foot Locker’s stock, and made the company the best-performing name in the S&P 500, by far. The company’s market value soared to $5.06 billion from $3.9 billion on Thursday.
Foot Locker shares soared in Friday trading, after the company announced better than expected financial results for its most recent quarter. Investors carried their optimism over to fellow sneaker retailer Finish Line as well, sending shares of the company up 7%. Jefferies analyst Randal Konik writes that things are getting better the company’s basketball and kids’ segments.
Athletic-gear chains Foot Locker and Hibbett Sports reported lower earnings, but they were much better than expected as the sporting goods retail sector struggles.
The S&P 500 Index closed approximately flat last week as progress on U.S. tax reform and several encouraging earnings reports from major companies lifted the market late in the week. Further good news came in the form of new dividend increases from a handful of businesses.