15.00 +0.03 (0.20%)
After hours: 4:44PM EST
|Bid||15.00 x 200|
|Ask||15.06 x 1200|
|Day's range||14.91 - 15.51|
|52-week range||10.36 - 21.81|
|PE ratio (TTM)||46.06|
|Earnings date||25 Apr 2018 - 30 Apr 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||16.50|
Feb.13 -- Mitchell Kummetz, Pivotal Research Group senior analyst, discusses Under Armour's earnings and sales figures. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open."
With it looking like Under Armour is on the road to success once again, we decided to take a look at one of the questions of the ages. What's with that extraneous "U" in the athletic apparel maker's name? Is it to add a facade of sophistication? It turns out the answer is a little simpler than you might think. In Kevin Plank's battle to trademark a name for his new company and product back in 1996, he had trouble gaining his initial name "Heart." After a little more brainstorming and a miscommunication with his brother, he landed on "Under Armor." BUT, he wasn't so sure the hot new thing known as the Internet would be around in a few years, and with the spirit of #branding, he made a little change before the trademark. After all, 888-4Armour was still available toll-free. Subscribe to TheStreet on Youtube and enjoy these Editor Picks!
Kevin Plank, whose corporate focus has come under recent criticism, is seeking a buyer for his extensively renovated Georgetown home.
International revenue surged 47% and made up 23% of the total. “The bears overplayed their hand by citing liquidity concerns,” wrote Stifel analyst Jim Duffy in a note. “If inventory management improves, we see positive free cash flow achievable for 2018.” Under Armour’s profit margins can rebound, according to Duffy.
The athletic apparel and footwear upstart is making progress on its turnaround, but there's still work to be done.
Antitrust allegations are sending shares of Patterson and Henry Schein down in a big way, and trouble for these companies doesn’t end there.
Under Armour’s revenue beat expectations, but sales in North America, the company’s most important region, were down.
Shares of the sportswear maker moved higher despite another round of weak results. However, the stock will need more than low expectations to keep rising.
Shares of Under Armour soared after reporting fourth-quarter earnings Tuesday, but the sportswear maker’s turnaround is far from complete.
Under Armour said Tuesday that revenue in its latest quarter rose despite a decline in North America and announced it was pumping up restructuring plans in 2018 as it orchestrates a turnaround.
Stocks closed the day with modest gains, as Under Armour soared on strong international sales, and dental suppliers Henry Schein and Patterson Companies were dinged by antitrust allegations.
Under Armour had a brutal 2017, but ended the fiscal year by beating expectations on Q4 revenue. Here's how Under Armour's new COO says the company is going to claw back in the sports apparel and footwear market.
Shares of Under Armour (UAA) skyrocketed on Tuesday morning after the company reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter revenues, bouncing back from its abysmal Q3. Now, as investors begin to assess the sports apparel company's prospects for a continued recovery, let's take a look at how UAA stacks up against one of its biggest industry rivals, Nike (NKE).
Shares of Under Armour (UAA) have jumped 16% in early morning trading, after fourth-quarter revenue came in 4% above Wall Street’s forecast. The good news: Overall revenue for the quarter grew 5%, or 4% excluding currency changes, to $1.365 billion. A 47% jump in international revenue offset a 4% decline in North America.
Under Armour Inc. shares surged 13% in premarket trade Tuesday, after the company posted stronger-than-expected revenue for the fourth quarter. The company said it had a net loss of $87.9 million, or 20 ...
Under Armour (UA) anticipates 2018 revenues to increase by low single-digit percentage rate. However, the same from North America is likely to decline by mid-single-digit.
Under Armour (UAA) released fourth-quarter 2017 results, wherein it posted break-even earnings per share that lagged the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a penny.
Under Armour Inc. (UAA) on Tuesday reported a fourth-quarter loss of $87.9 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. On a per-share basis, the Baltimore-based company said it ...
Under Armour Inc. has renewed faith that it can bounce back from the worst slump in its history as robust international growth cushions weakness on the home front.
Shares of Under Armour (UAA) climbed after-hours following a 3.50% jump on Monday, one day before the struggling athletic apparel company is set to release its fourth-quarter earnings. But despite this last-minute rally, Under Armour may not be poised to wow many investors when it reports before the opening bell on Tuesday.