|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||21.58 - 22.48|
|52-week range||11.40 - 24.69|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||26 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||17.27|
Analysts are concerned that Under Armour’s high inventory levels will hurt the brand, a worry that they’ve had for some time.
G-III Apparel (GIII) adopts strategies to expand product portfolio and make itself a diversified apparel and accessories company.
Under Armour’s (UAA) total sales improved 6.1% YoY (year-over-year) in the first quarter of 2018 to $1.18 billion. UAA’s management expects the same kind of growth for the second quarter. For full fiscal 2018, the management has projected a low-single-digit increase in total sales.
Under Armour’s (UAA) top line expanded 3% YoY (year-over-year) in fiscal 2017 to $4.97 billion in comparison to an average of 30% growth between fiscal 2011 and fiscal 2016. The slowdown has been a result of the increasing competition from German rivals Puma and Adidas (ADDYY), who took North America market share from Under Armour, as well as Nike (NKE), as customer preferences have trended away from performance wear towards casual wear. The company is taking initiatives like reducing the lead time between product development and sales, adjusting the product variety to suit customer preferences, making appropriate decisions on the product sale location, and coming out with innovative products that appeal to customers.
Under Armour (UAA) is slated to report results for the second quarter, which ended on June 30, before the market opens on Thursday, July 26. Wall Street has projected a net loss of $36 million, or eight cents per share, on total sales of $1.15 billion, which would be a 5.5% increase YoY.
V.F. Corp (VFC) tops earnings and sales estimates for first-quarter fiscal 2019, driven by solid trends at its core brands and contributions from acquisitions.
Jefferies' Randal Konik recently surveyed some 200 retailers about footwear trends, and the data he came away with toughens up his bull case for Under Armour (UAA). Konik writes that the percentage of Under Armour's product on discount was down again this month, for the fourth straight month.
British retailer Sports Direct (SPD.L) booked an 85.4 million pound charge for a disastrous investment in department store chain Debenhams (DEB.L), raising questions over its strategy of taking big stakes in other businesses. The Debenhams hit took the shine off a better-than-expected jump in Sports Direct's core earnings in 2017-18, sending its shares down as much as 11.6 percent on Thursday. Some 61 percent of Sports Direct's equity is owned by its billionaire founder and chief executive Mike Ashley, who also owns Premier League soccer club Newcastle United.
British retailer Sports Direct booked an 85.4 million pound charge for a disastrous investment in department store chain Debenhams , raising questions over its strategy of taking big stakes in other businesses. ...
Shares of Lululemon (LULU) have skyrocketed over the last year as the company regains its strong footing in the seemingly ever-growing athleisure market. So let's see why the yoga apparel giant that is grabbing market share from giants like Nike (NKE) and Adidas (ADDYY) looks like a strong buy stock at the moment.
It's been a wild ride for Under Armour (UAA) in recent years. Duffy reiterated a Buy rating and $27 price target on the shares Tuesday, writing that the second quarter is a "stepping stone towards stabilization" and inflection in Under Armour's North American business. Duffy estimates it will happen in the first half of 2019.
Papa John's founder John Schnatter waded into the NFL player protest controversy, which kicked off a cycle that hurt the company. The saga provides a compelling case study.
Under Armour (UAA) has soared more than 50% since the start of the year, although the stock is coming off a dismal 50% decline in 2017, and still remains somewhat unloved by investors. Cowen & Co.'s John Kernan thinks that investors are right not to chase the shares. Kernan writes that Under Armour's domestic and international sales are recovering, which has been a critical part of the bull narrative on the stock.
PVH Corp's (PVH) new integrated e-commerce platform for its Heritage Brands allows cross-brand shopping across the IZOD and Van Heusen brands.
Several popular stocks on Wall Street are blowing past analyst targets with surprising speed, according to J.P. Morgan Chase.
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.
Under Armour (UAA) is acquiring fitness technology companies to enrich digital capabilities. It continues to look for opportunities to expand globally.
lululemon (LULU) has significant growth potential, given its strategy for 2020 that is focused on product innovation, building the North American store base, digital growth and international expansion.
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.
Adidas said they are alerting “certain customers who purchased on adidas.com/US” and that, according to the company’s preliminary examination, data affected include contact information, usernames and encrypted passwords. “Adidas has no reason to believe that any credit card or fitness information of those consumers was impacted,” the company said.
After enjoying a strong 2017, Nike (NKE) stock has delivered solid returns year-to-date. The stock has risen ~18% this year, substantially outpacing the S&P 500, which has risen 2.8%. In fact, the sportswear giant was among the top Dow stocks this year as of June 21, marginally trailing Microsoft, which has risen 18.2%.