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It is hard to get excited after looking at Under Armour's (NYSE:UAA) recent performance, when its stock has declined...
Week to date, shares of Under Armour (NYSE: UA) (NYSE: UAA) were down 11.5% through Thursday's close, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. The sportswear brand delivered earnings results this week that beat Wall Street's expectations on revenue and earnings. The stock has been in a downward spiral in recent years, and the company's outlook for the year ahead didn't persuade investors that a turnaround is in store.
The Yahoo Finance Live show discusses the decline of Under Armour stock after its full-year earnings outlook and takes a look at potential useful marketing tools to promote growth.
Under Armour's (UAA) fourth-quarter fiscal 2023 results reflect a year-over-year increase in both the top and bottom lines.
Morningstar Equity Analyst David Swartz joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss Under Armour earnings, CEO Stephanie Linnartz’s remarks during the sportswear company’s Q4 earnings call, rising costs, consumer demand, and the outlook for Under Armour.
(Bloomberg) -- Under Armour Inc. fell after its full-year earnings outlook missed analysts’ estimates, with the athletic-gear maker continuing to struggle in a turnaround effort.The Baltimore-based company said it expects diluted earnings of 47 cents to 51 cents a share for the fiscal year ending in March, which would fall short of the 62-cent consensus estimate. Under Armour also expects its revenue to be flat to slightly up, while analysts were looking for about a 3.7% rise.“I’m realistic abou
Yahoo Finance Live anchors Julie Hyman and Brad Smith discuss the decline in stock for Under Armour.
Although the revenue and EPS for Under Armour (UAA) give a sense of how its business performed in the quarter ended March 2023, it might be worth considering how some key metrics compare with Wall Street estimates and the year-ago numbers.
Yahoo Finance Live’s Brad Smith discusses the decline in stock for Under Armour.
Yahoo Finance Live’s Julie Hyman summarizes three key topics to watch for this morning.
Under Armour (UAA) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 20% and 1.23%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2023. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
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Peloton (PTON) shares surged Monday morning on an upgrade from longtime bear Simeon Siegel at BMO Capital. Siegel moved Peloton to a market perform rating, saying in a note that "after all this time, the risk/reward has shifted, even seeing a likely upward skew at current levels." He joined Yahoo Finance Live to further discuss, noting that the company has shifted away from its "instagram-able, beautiful" bikes and instead focusing on content. Recently Peloton guidance forecasted subscribers down in the next quarter, which doesn't deter Siegel. Instead, the "saturation concerns" paired with "seasonality" made it make sense to guide subscribers down. Ultimately, Siegel says it will be "very important" to figure out the company's ultimate market size. Siegel points to previously prestige brands like Victoria's Secret (VSCO), Michael Kors (CPRI) and Under Armour (UAA) who had to navigate a transition from being a prestige brand to one of ubiquity battling declining demand. But just because a brand is going back down "does not mean they are dead," Siegel explains. Peloton (PTON) will soon have to navigate a similar trend. "I don't think Peloton is a dead brand at all," Siegel says, but it "certainly doesn't stand for what it used to stand for." It's important for Peloton to look at this decline and "bear hug" brand loyalists, rather than push products on customers that don't want them. In his full interview, Simeon dives deeper into his Peloton upgrade with Brad Smith and Julie Hyman. Top Video Moments 00:00:15 Peloton pivoting from machine to content 00:00:44 PTON won't be guiding down forever 00:02:13 Brands declining on ubiquity aren't "dead" 00:02:40 Where did Peloton go wrong? 00:03:00 "Bear hug" brand loyalists
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