|Bid||0.00 x 3000|
|Ask||0.00 x 1200|
|Day's Range||75.00 - 77.41|
|52 Week Range||51.48 - 86.04|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.77|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||59.90|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.80 (1.07%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Nike, Tesla, Constellation Brands, Dine Brands Global and Beyond Meat are the companies to watch.
Mary Bono resigned as interim chief of USA Gymnastics on Tuesday, only four days into the job, after she drew fire for a tweet she sent criticizing Nike use of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick in an ad campaign. Jonah Green has more.
A new league will be bringing spring football to the country this year. The season starts right after the Super Bowl. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Zack Guzman, and Dan Roberts discuss.
Jim Scholefield is leaving as Nike Inc.’s global CIO to join Merck & Co. as chief information and digital officer, effective Oct. 29. Mr. Scholefield will lead Merck’s information technology and digital strategy, the pharmaceutical company said in a statement Wednesday.
Weakening oil prices and mixed early earnings news sent stocks lower at Thursday's open, but Nike, Walgreens and Alcoa posted early gains.
Investors looking for stocks with high market liquidity and little debt on the balance sheet should consider NIKE Inc (NYSE:NKE). With a market valuation of US$123.0b, NKE is a safe Read More...
Few investors consider Nike Inc (NYSE: NKE ) a tech stock, but Oppenheimer said in an upgrade note that a "technological evolution is underway." The Analyst Oppenheimer's Brian Nagel upgraded ...
Skechers (NYSE:SKX) is the forgotten little brother in the athletic apparel game. The chunky/ugly/dad sneaker trend is in, and Skechers is at the forefront of this rising trend. Strong numbers and a strong guide will easily propel SKX stock higher, given that the stock is trading near 52-week lows and at just 15X forward earnings.
Bulls expect Nike stock to gain over 17% as the legacy global brand embraces the power of digital to enhance most facets of its business.
It has been awhile since I’ve written about Nike (NYSE:NKE) and Nike stock. The last time I wrote about the company was in May, not too long after Nike’s work culture came under attack. At the time, I took a very negative view of Nike’s marginalization of women at the company and suggested the misconduct would hurt Nike stock for a long time to come.
Nike’s (NKE) run isn’t done, argues Oppenheimer. Where we’re headed: Nike is on track for more gains, bolstered by a benign backdrop and ongoing sales momentum, says Oppenheimer. Nike has long been an analyst favorite, but it hasn’t been immune to earnings worries and recent volatility: While the stock was up some 35% year to date before it reported fiscal first-quarter results in late September, that lead has shrunk to just over 22%—although that’s still ahead of the market.
shares rose 0.7% to $77.04 on Thursday after it was raised to "outperform" at Oppenheimer with a price target of $90 thanks to the group's renewed focus on digital sales and bullish growth forecasts for the global sportswear market. Oppenheimer said topline metrics at the group have "rebounded meaningful" and that its evolution towards online sales would enhance most aspects of its business model, including consumer connections and product innovation. It also sees the global sportswear market growing in the "annual mid-single digit range" over the near term, paced by growth in China and the Asia Pacific region.
Can Skechers Hit Its Stride in Q3 2018? ETF investors seeking to add exposure to SKX can consider the Invesco S&P Mid-Cap 400 Pure Growth ETF (RFG), which invests ~1.3% of its portfolio in the company.
Oppenheimer raised its rating of Nike shares to outperform from perform, saying the sportswear company is enhancing a globally dominant brand by investing in all things digital.
For the first time, a Nike CEO has made a statement in the Oregon voters' guide, part of an active political year for Oregon's biggest company and co-founder Phil Knight.
Skechers (SKX) is slated to report its third-quarter results after the market closes on October 18. Wall Street expects to see a 14.0% YoY (year-over-year) decline in Skechers’ EPS to $0.51.
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Four days after being named interim president and CEO of the embattled USA Gymnastics federation, Mary Bono resigned after a recent tweet surfaced in which she criticized U.S. Olympic Committee sponsor Nike. Ms. Bono’s tweet showed someone blacking out the Nike swoosh on a pair of shoes, and appeared days after the shoe company launched an ad campaign featuring football player Colin Kaepernick. The text accompanying the photo in Ms. Bono’s tweet read: “Playing in a charity golf tournament raising money for our nation’s Special Forces operators and their families.
Retail has outperformed for much of the year, but investors now need to be much more selective amid the sector’s retreat, says Nomura.