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|Day's Range||15.74 - 16.34|
|52 Week Range||11.40 - 23.46|
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|1y Target Est||14.28|
Adidas reported a 16% jump in revenues for its fourth quarter, driven by demand in China and North America. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, Brittany Jones-Cooper and Dan Roberts discuss.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on shares of Under Armour down after comments from Dick's Sporting Goods CEO about the brand's weakness.
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Nike Inc. is once again outfitting more teams playing in this NCAA Men's Division I Basketball tournament than any other company. Of the 68 teams that made the tournament, 46 will don the Swoosh, according to analysis by Apex Marketing Group. Under Armour will outfit 11 teams, for the first time beating out Adidas, which will outfit 10.
Shares of athletic gear maker Under Armour, which popped briefly after the company’s mid-February earnings announcement, have moved back somewhat over the last month. In a Thursday note, B. Riley reported the results of an annual survey that showed the Barron’s Next 50 company slipping in its respondents’ ranking of basketball brands—from third in 2016 and 2017 to fourth, after Reebok, in 2018.
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Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. CEO Edward W. Stack said Under Armour Inc. weighed down the retailer's sales in the fourth quarter but he thinks the brand can make a comeback. Stack said Baltimore-based Under Armour's struggles with product distribution were the main driver for disappointing apparel sales. Shares of Under Armour were down 2.8 percent to $16.70 in mid-day trading.
Nike and Lululemon have the upper hand on Under Armour when it comes to the stocks' potential. Same goes for Foot Locker over Finish Line, according to Credit Suisse analysts.
Short interest is extremely high for UAA with more than 20% of shares on loan. This means that investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices are currently targeting UAA. ETFs that hold UAA had net inflows of $5.98 billion over the last one-month.
Nike Inc. and its affiliated Jordan Brand continue to be the dominant apparel provider at this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament, outfitting 47 teams for both jerseys and shoes. The figure is a gain in market share for Nike, which had deals with 40 teams last season and 41 schools in 2016, according to SportsBusiness Daily research. Under Armour Inc. for the first time will have more schools than rival Adidas.
Urban Outfitters (URBN) reported its fiscal 4Q18 results after the market closed on March 6, 2018. The company’s adjusted gross margin contracted 113 bps (basis points) to 32.3%. Its gross margin contracted 176 bps to 31.3% in the quarter.
Nike (NKE), the athletic behemoth, had a great 2017, but one that was still beset with concerns about whether or not it can outperform again in 2018, due to competition from rivals like Adidas (ADDYY and ADS.Germany) and shifting consumer shopping habits, while Under Armour (UAA) shares plunged on weak sales and other issues. Stifel's Jim Duffy went courtside Monday, writing that Nike still looks like the king of footwear: He writes that it consistently ranks as the most popular brand in his surveys of numerous athletic retailers, and it seems to have recovered from a stumble in last year's back-to-school shopping season. Adidas is still a "distant second" to Nike, Duffy writes, but his research shows that it's enjoying strong brand awareness, and the breadth of specific styles gaining popularity is a good sign.
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