Nike

NYSE: NKE
$140.72
-$0.58 (-0.4%)
Closing price January 15, 2021
Analysts have raised their targets and issued some very interesting calls lately on which stocks they think will be major players in the coming year, from Apple to Walmart.
Here are the five top-performing Dow stocks of 2020 with a glimpse at the outlook for the coming year.
While positive earnings could continue to drive the major indexes higher in 2021, a very overbought and fully valued market could offer some painful January indigestion. These five stocks look like...
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Ally Financial, Callaway Golf, Infinera, Lithia Motors, Microsoft, Nike, SolarWinds, Tapestry and Walmart.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Broadcom, Corning, Enphase Energy, Etsy, First Solar, Lyft, Nike, SolarEdge Technologies, Tesla and Uber Technologies and Walt Disney.
After more than just a challenging 2020, many people are looking forward to 2021 being a better year. The election will be over, the COVID-19 vaccine is expected to be widespread, unemployment is...
Sports gear maker Under Armour has launched a new sportswear brand with NBA star Steph Curry. Will it make a difference to the company's bottom line?
Here are five Dow stocks that received handy upgrades, based on catalysts, which investors might want to pay close attention to.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Beyond Meat, Home Depot, KeyCorp, Lowe's, Nike, Nvidia, Palo Alto Networks, PG&E, Salesforce.com and Under Armour.
A new BofA Securities report suggests that Foot Locker is the cheap way to ride Nike's growth higher, as the footwear maker builds long-term momentum with its top customers.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Delta Air Lines, Hasbro, Illumina, Lululemon Athletica, Micron Technologies, Nike, Penn National, Shopify, Southwest Airlines, Starbucks and...
These four top companies are executing well and have delivered the goods in a big way during the pandemic. Their stocks still look to have very solid upside to the Goldman Sachs price targets.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AGCO, American Express, Carvana, CME, Deere, Nike, Tesla, Trimble, Twitter, Waste Management and ZoomInfo.
Nike reported first fiscal quarter results that pounded top and bottom-line consensus estimates. The company's direct channels continue growing and the digital business may be growing even faster.
24/7 Wall St. has previewed Nike, Rite Aid and some of the other key companies expected to report quarterly results this week.