Under Armour

NYSE: UA
$9.71
-$0.72 (-6.9%)
Closing price May 18, 2022
Under Armour is scheduled to release its first-quarter financial results before the markets open on Tuesday.
Under Armour has been considered a down and out stock for so long now that it's just hard for the company to get any traction even if there is good news.
Under Armour reported its fourth-quarter financial results and updated its restructuring plan before the markets opened on Tuesday.
Under Armour is scheduled to release its most recent quarterly results before the markets open on Tuesday.
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After Under Armour reported its most recent results, shares collapsed to a multiyear low. This was the first quarter in which Under Armour did not post revenue growth—what the company is known for.
It didn't seem like things could get worse after the year that Under Armour has suffered through so far, but here we are. What makes this report especially scary?
In the starting match against Nike, Under Armour has not just blinked, but the company practically fell asleep. Under Armour may be facing some tough choices ahead.
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