- Market Capitalization, $K 228,478
- Shares Outstanding, K 29,443
- Annual Sales, $ 615,620 K
- Annual Income, $ 18,920 K
- 60-Month Beta 1.08
- Price/Sales 0.37
- Price/Cash Flow 5.44
- Price/Book 1.40
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+0.49 (+6.74%)since 07/06/20
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+3.81 (+96.46%)since 05/06/20
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-3.93 (-33.62%)since 08/06/19
Columbia Sportswear's (COLM) second-quarter 2020 results reflect adverse impacts of coronavirus. Both top and bottom lines deteriorate year over year.
V.F. Corp's (VFC) first-quarter fiscal 2021 results reflect losses from lower demand and store closures due to the coronavirus outbreak. Growth at China and digital business aids results.
Snap-on (SNA) posts mixed results in second-quarter 2020. Results were affected by the adverse impacts of COVID-19.
Deckers (DECK) posts narrower-than-expected loss and sales beat for first-quarter fiscal 2021. Strength in the company's direct-to-consumer platform and HOKA ONE ONE brand aided results.
Sluggish retail business has been marring G-III Apparel's (GIII) performance. However, the restructuring plans for its retail unit look encouraging.
Under Armour (UAA) has been taking every step to address challenges related to coronavirus. However, revenues and margins are likely to remain under pressure.
Rent-A-Center's (RCII) Preferred Lease segment bode well for future growth. Also, its e-commerce enhancement initiatives are encouraging.
NIKE (NKE) unveils the Nike Rise concept store in China, which is one of its growing market. The store brings in the best of in-store and digital experiences for customers.
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NIKE (NKE) reports dismal fourth-quarter fiscal 2020 results due to coronavirus-led store closures. Meanwhile, strong digital sales partly cushion the results.
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