NKE - NIKE, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
77.47
-0.28 (-0.36%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close77.75
Open77.51
Bid62.15 x 2200
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's range77.40 - 78.02
52-week range50.35 - 81.00
Volume4,355,423
Avg. volume6,551,746
Market cap124.863B
Beta0.64
PE ratio (TTM)71.60
EPS (TTM)1.08
Earnings date24 Sep 2018 - 28 Sep 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.80 (1.05%)
Ex-dividend date2018-06-01
1y target est81.02
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • MarketWatch21 hours ago

    Adidas downgraded as athletic competition heats up in the $60-to-$100 price range

    Adidas AG (xe:ads) was downgraded to market perform from outperform at Wells Fargo on concerns that increased competition will hurt the top and bottom lines. Analysts led by Tom Nikic see competition on the high end from Nike Inc. (nke) whose "reinvigoration" will put pressure on Adidas, and Vans, which "is currently the 'hot brand' in the $60-to-$100 price range, where Adidas had previously been the brand of choice via the Superstar and Stan Smith styles." Vans is a VF Corp. (vfc) brand. Adidas shares are down 12.6% for the past three months, but are up 11.5% for 2018 so far.

  • 3 Signs Nike Is Back on Offense
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    3 Signs Nike Is Back on Offense

    The company is looking strong after a promising fourth-quarter earnings report.

  • The real World Cup final isn't France vs. Croatia, it's Nike vs. Adidas
    CNBC4 days ago

    The real World Cup final isn't France vs. Croatia, it's Nike vs. Adidas

    The international soccer tournament has become a commercial dream for sportswear companies — a platform for some of the world’s biggest brands to duke it out for the estimated 1 billion fans watching the once-every-four-year championship.

  • Why Nike Inc Shares Are Up 23.7% in 2018 (So Far)
    Motley Fool5 days ago

    Why Nike Inc Shares Are Up 23.7% in 2018 (So Far)

    It's not the U.S. that's driving Nike's improvement in 2018.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] #MeToo Is Not a Buying Opportunity for Investors

    The #MeToo movement has swept through corporate America, but so far investors have viewed the turmoil as little more than a buying opportunity. Take Wynn Resorts, where chief executive Steve Wynn allegedly carried on a decadeslong pattern of sexual misconduct before resigning in February, according to the Journal’s reporting. Beyond the loss of Mr. Wynn, the company has seen the resignation of its general counsel, who knew about a $7.5 million settlement Mr. Wynn reached with one of his accusers, lost a shareholder vote on executive pay and could end up selling a half-built, $2.5 billion casino resort outside of Boston if it faces pressure from Massachusetts regulators.

  • Nike just opened a brand-new store that could change sneaker buying forever (NKE)
    Business Insider UK5 days ago

    Nike just opened a brand-new store that could change sneaker buying forever (NKE)

    Nike just opened a new store, called Nike by Melrose, in Los Angeles. It's the first Nike Live concept store, which seeks to maximize speed and convenience by combining digital offerings with a 4,000-square-foot physical retail location. LOS ANGELES — Nike by Melrose is open for business.

  • Nike just opened a brand-new store that could change sneaker buying forever (NKE)
    Business Insider UK5 days ago

    Nike just opened a brand-new store that could change sneaker buying forever (NKE)

    Nike just opened a new store, called Nike by Melrose, in Los Angeles. It's the first Nike Live concept store, which seeks to maximize speed and convenience by combining digital offerings with a 4,000-square-foot physical retail location. LOS ANGELES — Nike by Melrose is open for business.

  • Cathleen Benko Joins NIKE, Inc. Board of Directors
    Business Wire6 days ago

    Cathleen Benko Joins NIKE, Inc. Board of Directors

    NIKE, Inc. today announced that Cathleen Benko has been appointed to the Company’s Board of Directors.

  • Can Traditional Retailers Survive the "Fast Fashion" Clothing Trend?
    Zacks6 days ago

    Can Traditional Retailers Survive the "Fast Fashion" Clothing Trend?

    The term "fast fashion" is defined by retailers that attempt to mimic current fashion trends at affordable prices. While retailers like Urban Outfitters dominate this trend, can traditional giants like Nordstrom and Kohl's keep up? Let's take a closer look.

  • New Nike Live Concept Store Unites Digital and Physical Retail
    Business Wire6 days ago

    New Nike Live Concept Store Unites Digital and Physical Retail

    NIKE, Inc. (NKE) opens its newest store concept, Nike Live, on Thurs., July 12 as Nike by Melrose: a 4,557 square foot, single-level, cross-category Nike store located at 8552 Melrose Ave. in the heart of West LA. Powered by the insights and engagement of thousands of NikePlus members across five zip codes in LA, the store is a uniquely curated home for NikePlus Members and the style, sport and speed-obsessed consumers of the city. “Nike Live stores are specifically designed to be a service hub for local NikePlus members,” said Heidi O’Neill, President, NikeDirect.

  • Is NIKE, Inc. a Buy?
    Motley Fool6 days ago

    Is NIKE, Inc. a Buy?

    Should you chase the footwear maker’s red-hot stock?

  • CNBC6 days ago

    Cramer's lightning round: Amazon doesn't always destroy—just look at Roku

    Jim Cramer shares his take on callers' favorite stocks at lightning speed, including a streaming device maker that he thought would be threatened by Amazon.

  • Why You Can't Buy That England World Cup Jersey
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Why You Can't Buy That England World Cup Jersey

    The advance of three unfancied teams (Croatia, Belgium and England) to the World Cup semi-finals has offered up its own test to the sportswear giants Nike Inc. and Adidas AG: How they’re coping with the shift to fast fashion. Both companies face increasing competition from upstarts who aim to cut the time it takes to conceive, design and manufacture sportswear. Nike calls it, in a wince-making sports analogy, the “Triple Double” strategy: twice the innovation, twice the speed and twice the direct connections with customers.

  • Nike Already Won the FIFA World Cup Over Adidas
    Zacks7 days ago

    Nike Already Won the FIFA World Cup Over Adidas

    The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is nearing its climax, with the final set to kick off this Sunday on Fox (FOXA). And although the final matchup isn't set and the victorious nation has not hoisted the trophy, Nike (NKE) already beat its rival Adidas (ADDDY) at the World Cup.

  • Better Buy: Nike, Inc. vs. Skechers
    Motley Fool8 days ago

    Better Buy: Nike, Inc. vs. Skechers

    Which American footwear maker has more room to run?

  • Charting a bullish Q3 start, S&P 500 challenges major resistance
    MarketWatch8 days ago

    Charting a bullish Q3 start, S&P 500 challenges major resistance

    Though the U.S. benchmarks have weathered an unusually jagged 2018 first-half, the market technicals have firmed with a strong third-quarter start, writes Michael Ashbaugh.

  • Kate Hudson's Fabletics athleisure line plans to open 75 new stores in global push
    CNBC8 days ago

    Kate Hudson's Fabletics athleisure line plans to open 75 new stores in global push

    The company, founded by actress Kate Hudson, said it's "rapidly surpassed $300 million in annual revenue" after being in business for five years.

  • Cramer advises using Toys R Us-related weakness to 'scale into Hasbro'
    CNBC8 days ago

    Cramer advises using Toys R Us-related weakness to 'scale into Hasbro'

    Jim Cramer recommends buying into the stock of Hasbro on the back of Toys R Us' liquidation.

  • Gatorade Rival Heats Up, Nike Loses a Star & a Publicly Traded Soccer Update
    Zacks9 days ago

    Gatorade Rival Heats Up, Nike Loses a Star & a Publicly Traded Soccer Update

    Welcome to the latest episode of the Full-Court Finance podcast from Zacks Investment Research where Associate Stock Strategist Ben Rains dives into the potential future of Gatorade rival BodyArmor, before he discusses why fast-fashion giant Uniqlo decided to spend $300 million to lure Roger Federer away from Nike (NKE). The episode then ends with a fun and quick dive into the world of publicly traded soccer teams amid all the Cristiano Ronaldo transfer speculation.

  • Barrons.com9 days ago

    Athletic Wear: These Are the Top Brands for Young Consumers

    Nike (NKE) is still the athletic brand of choice for young consumers, according to new research, with Adidas second for both men and women. In a Monday note, Cowen & Co. shared the results of a monthly survey that asked consumers aged 18-34 what brand they prefer when buying athletic apparel such as running and gym clothes. In June, Nike—as it has been for many months running—was the top pick for both men and women.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    [$$] How to Use the World Cup to Build a World-Class Sports Apparel Brand From Scratch

    CANBERRA, Australia—One of the biggest contests at the World Cup in Russia was taking place off the pitch—the selling of replica shirts in the estimated $173 billion sports-apparel industry dominated by Adidas AG and Nike Inc. In his quest to build a grass-roots brand upon dusty far-flung pitches from Western Sahara to Eritrea, Mr. Westcott has dealt with soccer-loving armed rebels, Ebola scares and customs officials coveting his gear at the border.

  • MarketWatch10 days ago

    Nike needs ‘real’ people — not just Serena Williams — to sell to women

    ‘Real women’ and social media ‘microinfluencers’ may be key to targeting a female demographic, say analystsSerena Williams alone won’t help Nike make gains with women. Nike Inc. sees opportunities to grow its business with women, but will need to change its approach to reach them, relying less on athletes and more on “real women” and “microinfluencers” to gain share. On the most recent earnings call, Chief Executive Mark Parker said over the past three months, three of the company’s shoes, priced above $125, have become the top-selling athletic footwear models for women: 270, VaporMax, and Epic React.

  • CNBC11 days ago

    Nike is going after Adidas on its own turf — the World Cup

    The World Cup isn’t just a competition between countries. It’s also a battle between brands.

  • Why Tennis Star Roger Federer Leaving Nike Matters to Investors
    Motley Fool11 days ago

    Why Tennis Star Roger Federer Leaving Nike Matters to Investors

    Great success stories never go unnoticed.

  • Motley Fool12 days ago

    Is Nike Finally Back on Track in North America?

    The headline news in its fiscal fourth-quarter report was a return to domestic revenue gains, and it outperformed on other key metrics as well.

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