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What should investors expect from third quarter earnings? Jim Cramer weighs in.
Under Armour has reportedly reached an agreement to outfit Major League Baseball beginning in 2020.
Banking stocks were in focus, after Wells Fargo, Citigroup and J.P. Morgan reported earnings on Friday.
Both senior and junior growth stocks are doing nothing but letting us down.
NKE looks to be heading down to the $45 to $40 area.
Novo is 'not yet screamingly cheap, but it is certainly approaching great value.'
Banks, retailers and restaurants should be on fire, but instead they're burning down.
Nike has been an institutional darling and sell-side favorite for years; in early 2016 its price-earnings multiple reached nearly 30. As Jim "El Capitan" Cramer relates, the historical enthusiasm for the shares was not surprising considering the c...
Jim Cramer says Nike should have paid closer attention to future sales,
U.S. stocks moved slightly higher Wednesday, as oil prices rallied 1%.
Competition is cutting into Nike's future orders, pressuring the stock.
The Wells Fargo board is calling for clawbacks while Nike's quarter disappoints investors despite beating estimates.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is giving up $41 million in unvested equity.
Nike told the same rosy story as if all were well, and that rankled the bulls.
Wells Fargo's board considers executive compensation clawbacks while Chesapeake Energy sees a couple of directors depart.
Nike's competitors are stepping up their games and that should be worrisome for shareholders of the sneaker giant, says Jim Cramer.
On Tuesday, September 27, investors will get quarterly results from Nike and remarks from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
A close below $53 may be enough to get the bear out of hibernation.
Jim Cramer says Nike could still go up long term, but it has some competition now. But Cramer says he does like Foot Locker.
Nike is set to report fiscal first quarter earnings on Tuesday after the markets close.
For the week of September 26, investors will get quarterly results from a host of major companies and testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
U.S. stocks ended the week on a sour note as a Fed-fueled rally ran out of steam.
The folks on CNBC are talking about a Nike downgrade. I have been making the argument for "Peak Sneakers" since May. I still believe this to be the case.
Finish Line shares were higher Friday after booking strong sales in its latest quarter.
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