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Under Armour, Inc. (UA)

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Previous Close12.04
Bid12.81 x 1200
Ask12.81 x 1300
Day's Range12.53 - 13.24
52 Week Range6.37 - 19.65
Avg. Volume4,671,729
Market Cap6.189B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.09
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.51
Earnings DateApr 25, 2018 - Apr 30, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est13.50
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  • Under Armour Rises as Sales, Full-Year Guidance Both Beat

    Under Armour Rises as Sales, Full-Year Guidance Both Beat

    (Bloomberg) -- Under Armour Inc. jumped the most in more than six months after posting third-quarter sales that beat estimates, a sign the sportswear brand is getting a boost from consumer preference for comfy sportswear in 2020.Sales in the quarter ended in Sept. 30 were $1.4 billion, beating the average estimate of $1.2 billion from analysts surveyed by Bloomberg. Revenue has stabilized and was flat year over over after two quarters of big declines due to the pandemic.Key InsightsIt was online ordering, not physical stores, that drove the beat. The company’s direct-to-consumer revenue increased 17% to $540 million, driven by continued strong growth in e-commerce. Wholesale revenue dropped as department stores and other retailers who carry the brand saw a decline in foot traffic. In a sign of its move to de-emphasize physical stores, the company will reduce some North America distribution points, executives said on a conference call with investors. The goal is to cut 2,000 to 3,000 distribution points in the region and have about 10,000 total by 2022.Under Armour also upped its guidance for the year. Revenue is now expected to be down at a high-teen percentage rate this fiscal year. It will drop by a low-teen percentage rate for the fourth quarter, better than the previous expectation for a 20% to 25% drop. Inventory is also expected to be up approximately 10% at the end of this year.Shoes were a bright spot. Even though apparel revenue decreased 6%, the footwear segment saw a boost of 19% and accessories revenue increased by 23%. That reflects the trend of more Americans exercising at home.The company also announced it would be selling its MyFitnessPal fitness-tracking app to Francisco Partners, a private equity firm, for $345 million. Under Armour bought it five years ago.Market InsightsUnder Armour’s shares rose as much as 12% in New York trading on Friday. They had dropped 37% this year through Thursday’s close, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index gained 2.5%.Get the statement here.(Updates share trading and adds detail from conference call)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.