|Bid||12.01 x 200|
|Ask||12.12 x 200|
|Day's Range||15.60 - 16.14|
|52 Week Range||10.36 - 21.81|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||48.72|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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International revenue surged 47% and made up 23% of the total. “The bears overplayed their hand by citing liquidity concerns,” wrote Stifel analyst Jim Duffy in a note. “If inventory management improves, we see positive free cash flow achievable for 2018.” Under Armour’s profit margins can rebound, according to Duffy.
The athletic apparel and footwear upstart is making progress on its turnaround, but there's still work to be done.
Antitrust allegations are sending shares of Patterson and Henry Schein down in a big way, and trouble for these companies doesn’t end there.
Under Armour’s revenue beat expectations, but sales in North America, the company’s most important region, were down.
Shares of the sportswear maker moved higher despite another round of weak results. However, the stock will need more than low expectations to keep rising.
Shares of Under Armour Inc (NYSE:UAA, NYSE:UA) for the better part of the past two and a half years have been in a sea of pain. The big drop in UA stock over this time not only destructed much stockholder wealth but, over the past few months, also ultimately led to a severely pessimistic attitude on the part of stock holders. Shares of Under Armour are a great recent example of why its important to have a process in place that measures trends and trend changes in different time frames and thus becoming aware of when bull or bear trends may be changing.
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Shares of Under Armour soared after reporting fourth-quarter earnings Tuesday, but the sportswear maker’s turnaround is far from complete.
Under Armour said Tuesday that revenue in its latest quarter rose despite a decline in North America and announced it was pumping up restructuring plans in 2018 as it orchestrates a turnaround.
Under Armour shares surge following the release of fourth-quarter earnings. Is the performance apparel and sneaker company on the road to recovery? TheStreet talks with founder and CEO Kevin Plank.
Stocks closed the day with modest gains, as Under Armour soared on strong international sales, and dental suppliers Henry Schein and Patterson Companies were dinged by antitrust allegations.
CEO Kevin Plank described 2017 — a year when Baltimore-based Under Armour's stock price fell more than 45 percent — as a tough year. Karyl Leggio, a professor of finance at Loyola University Maryland, described Under Armour's report as "good news" but said executives still have work to do to shore up online sales and make sure they are not underpricing products.
Under Armour Inc. shares soared more than 17 percent during pre-market trading Tuesday after the sportswear maker beat sales estimates in the fourth quarter. Excluding the impact of its restructuring plan, other related charges and the impact of the U.S. tax reform law passed in December, Under Armour's loss in the fourth quarter was $579,000. Under Armour's (UAA) adjusted results matched Wall Street estimates for the fourth quarter.
There were two very different sides to Under Armour’s story in 2017. On one side was North America, which makes up just over 75% of the brand’s sales of activewear, sneakers, and other sports products—and that’s where the company struggled greatly. Shoppers are spending more of their money on fashionable, sports-inspired clothes and shoes, but…
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