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Oct.12 -- Nike Inc. hasn’t relied on discounts as much as rivals. The world’s biggest sports brand never really needed to -- until now. Bloomberg Intelligence's Chen Grazutis has more on "Bloomberg Markets."
On Friday night, Bloomberg reported that Amazon.com (AMZN) was planning to start making its own athletic apparel, while using the same vendors as Gap (GPS) and Lululemon Athletica (LULU) to boot. Could it be that Amazon won't pose as big a threat to athletic apparel makers? KeyBanc's Edward Yruma and team explain why Amazon could have a harder time disrupting that market: Recent news reports of Amazon making progress in developing an athletic line with key athletic vendors, including Eclat Textile and Makalot Industrial, is not a surprise given recent key hires and strategic focus on apparel.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: NIKE, Cisco Systems, Gilead Sciences, Las Vegas Sands and Aon
Amazon.com Inc. is tapping some of the biggest athletic-apparel suppliers to make a foray into private-label sportswear, according to people familiar with the matter, setting the stage for further upheaval ...
Nike (NKE:NYSE) By Wedbush ($51.03, Oct. 12, 2017) While we support Nike’s sentiment behind current efforts on certain Triple Double and Consumer Direct Offense strategies, we feel there is room for improvement in relevant marketing and product innovation. Following a proprietary analysis of 130-plus Instagram accounts across Nike (NKE) and its largest competitors, as well as a review of brands’ influencer relationships, we feel Nike is lacking non-sport influencers and is actively ceding mindshare and not trying its hardest to create a closer connection to the consumer with a lackluster social media operation, problems which could likely be almost immediately rectified. In terms of product, widely touted recent innovations haven’t offset declines in legacy franchises and have been skewed to the sport consumer, leaving wide room for fashion and lifestyle innovation and product improvement.
Dow component Nike is slipping into correction territory, 16% below its post election high. Here's how to trade it now.
NIKE (NKE) is holding a 40% flash sale on its website. An event like this clearly seems to be an attempt to overcome slowing North American sales, changing consumer preferences and competition.
The length of time a chief executive or finance head talks on an earnings conference call and the tone of his comments can determine whether and by how much a company’s stock will rise or fall, according ...
Nike isn't on Groupon, but its current flash sale is "unprecedented in scope and discount" according to one analyst, following growing signs that the brand is losing appeal with teens.
With Nike (NKE) in danger of falling short of long-term sales forecasts,the athletic apparel icon could take a lesson from its rivals about social media, or so says Wedbush analyst Christopher Svezia. In a note published today previewing the company’s Oct. 25 investor day meeting, Svezia downgraded Nike to Neutral and set a $53 price target for the stock. While we support the sentiment behind and current efforts on certain 2X and Consumer Direct Offense strategies, we feel there is room for improvement in relevant marketing and product innovation.
Yesterday teen opinion helped to sink Under Armour stock, and today social media strategy is weighing on Nike shares. In a note to clients, Wedbush analyst Christopher Svezia writes that Nike is lagging peers when it comes to Instagram. “We feel Nike is lacking non-sport influencers and is actively ceding mindshare,” he writes.
The latest Piper Jaffray Teen Survey finds that Amazon and Adidas have gained favor with teen shoppers while Nike has lost it.
Assessing the value of a company is easy with a sensible framework. In this video, we assess the value of sports equipment giant, Nike, and generate a valuation that we think Nike owners should pay attention to.
The swoosh brand owner, NIKE Inc. (NKE), has been witnessing difficult times in the domestic market due to increased promotions and competition from online retailers.