|Bid||0.00 x 1100|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's range||93.35 - 94.65|
|52-week range||60.00 - 105.62|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.76|
|PE ratio (TTM)||34.61|
|Earnings date||25 Jun 2020 - 29 Jun 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.98 (1.05%)|
|Ex-dividend date||29 May 2020|
|1y target est||94.14|
Nike is looking to use the power of sports to inspire and convey a sense of hope with its newly-released film “Never Too Far Down,” narrated by LeBron James.
Not only was Best Buy a stronger company heading into the crisis, but its relative strength over Foot Locker is also only likely to accelerate in the months and years ahead. Both companies reported their first-quarter results last week, illustrating the key differences in their business models, sensitivity to stay-at-home orders, and giving a sneak peak into why Best Buy is the more solid pick of the two. During the May quarter, in which Best Buy, Foot Locker, and other retailers were forced to shut their doors to customers, Best Buy's business resilience was clearly on display.
Nike delegates at the centre of a coronavirus outbreak performed a "Nike haka" in their Edinburgh hotel before a tour of the city, a guide has told Sky News. Neither he, nor two colleagues, were contact-traced by Scotland's health authorities and only learned of their potential exposure when news of the outbreak broke in the media. The Scottish government has faced accusations of a cover-up over the affair, which First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has strongly denied.
Yahoo Finance catches up with V.F. Corp CEO Steve Rendle to discuss how the owner of Timberland and Vans is navigating the chopping retail environment.
NIKE (NKE) expects Q4 results to be hurt by global store closures since mid-March, and short supplies to wholesale customers due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Nike (NYSE: NKE) is the world leader in footwear and has seen steady growth in sales of its colorful sneakers. For investors looking to juice their returns, they might want to check out Peloton Interactive (NASDAQ: PTON), which has seen exploding growth with its premium brand of exercise bikes. Both growth stocks are promising, but I believe Peloton could significantly outperform Nike over the next 10 years.
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Tonight, ESPN will air the final two episodes of The Last Dance, its fantastic documentary about the greatest basketball player who ever lived: Michael Jordan. For those who may not remember the Michael Jordan era, not only did "MJ" transform NBA basketball into a global phenomenon, he also propelled several consumer companies to new heights of brand awareness through big-time endorsements. In fact, the following Michael Jordan-endorsed brands could make solid picks for either the defensive, long-term investor, or those with a more aggressive bent amid the coronavirus downturn.
Nike's (NYSE: NKE) share price still remains 10% below January and early February's low-$100 range even after sharply recovering from the coronavirus market crash that caused the stock to plummet to late March's low-$60 level. Granted, it is hard to push out this noise, but long-term investors need to concentrate on the company's fundamentals to determine if Nike is a worthwhile investment. When people think about Nike's products, undoubtedly, its sneakers are the first thing that comes to their minds.
Nike has announced that 100% of its company-owned stores and over 95% of its partner stores in China and South Korea are open — though some are operating on reduced hours.
As of today, 100 percent of NIKE-owned stores and over 95 percent of partner stores in Greater China and South Korea are open, with some still operating with reduced hours. In these markets, retail traffic trends are progressing and while physical store traffic remains below prior year levels, this is largely offset by higher conversion rates and continued strong digital demand.
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One way for Under Armour can revive growth is to pull back, get smaller, and focus more on profits.
Nike (NYSE: NKE) isn't having an easy time right now, with athletic events off the calendar and shops temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Why am I so optimistic about Nike? The Jordan brand, digital growth, and its position in the world of professional sports will boost revenue once the effect of the coronavirus crisis has passed.
(Bloomberg) -- Sotheby’s is looking to cash in on two pandemic trends: online buying and nostalgia for Michael Jordan.The company is offering a game-worn pair of Nike sneakers from Jordan’s glory days in a stand-alone online auction. The autographed shoes are estimated to fetch as much as $150,000. Bidding started noon Friday in New York and will continue through May 17, Sotheby’s said in a statement.The legendary athlete is hotter than ever following the recent release of “The Last Dance,” an ESPN documentary series. The 10-part chronicle focuses on Jordan’s career and how the Chicago Bulls chased their sixth NBA championship during the 1997-98 season. Each week, about 6 million viewers tune in to see the show, which offers plenty of footage of the star athlete in his prime.Sneakers have become increasingly valuable over the past decade driven by “sneakerheads,” collectors who spend hundreds, thousands and sometimes tens of thousands of dollars a pair. StockX, an online marketplace for sneakers, has pages of Air Jordans, some of which are offered for more than $20,000.Sotheby’s holds a record for sneakers at auction with $437,500 paid for Nike’s “Moon Shoe” last year.The company has been selling art online since the coronavirus pandemic forced auction houses to close. In March and April, Sotheby’s had 32 online sales, generating $60.4 million. A Cartier bracelet fetched $1.3 million last month.Sotheby’s postponed its live May evening auctions of Impressionist, modern and contemporary art until the end of June. This month, it’s offering lower-value works from these categories online and expects to raise $20 million. Items for sale include an abstract painting by Christopher Wool, estimated at $1.2 million to $1.8 million, and a still life by Giorgio Morandi, estimated at $1 million to $1.5 million.The “Air Jordan 1s” were custom-made for the Hall of Famer in sizes 13 and 13 1/2, in the Chicago Bulls white, black and red.The shoes are on offer from the collection of Jordan Geller, a collector and founder of the Shoezeum, the world’s first sneaker museum, Sotheby’s said.(Updates with sneakerheads in fourth paragraph.)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.