$86.68 0.00 (0.00%)
7:03 EDT NKE Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $77.14
Market Cap 111.18B
PE Ratio 80.26
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 200
Day's Range 86.68 - 86.68
52-Week Range 66.53 - 90.00
Dividend & Yield 0.80 (0.92%)
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There will be earnings reports next week that might give a preview of next month -- and could help get U.S. stocks to new highs.
Nike (NKE) is set to release its Q1 2020 earnings and revenue results on September 24. Is now the time to buy Nike stock despite its tough competition?
Supreme Nike SB Dunk Lows are the newest sneaker collaboration between the two apparel companies and we have all the details about them.
When it comes to Nike stock, the negative factors being overstated, and the upbeat catalysts are being understated. Investors should buy NKE.
Nike stock closed yesterday at $83.48, gaining 1.77% from the previous trading session. NKE stock is also outpacing the market in early trading today.
Adding to those concerns was a separate poll of would-be homebuyers that indicates more than a third are expecting a recession to arrive in 2020. Reading the tea leaves here, it would be reasonable to assume that, like him or not, President Trump is shrewd enough to realize that the trade war with China is seen as crimping the economy and he cannot carry that baggage into 2020 and hope to be reelected.
Between a trade war and a possible recession on the horizon, Nike stock has multiple headwinds with which to contend. At the same time, the iconic sports apparel maker has a long history of making strong comebacks.
The stock charts of NKE, GILD and INTU have earned a closer technical inspection as the new trading week, with a clean slate, gets started.
Put simply, Powell's Wyoming remarks weren't dovish enough for the president or markets as evidenced by Friday's tumble. Trump pondered on Twiter “My only question is, who is our bigger enemy, Jay Powell or Chairman Xi?”
Never heard of the SHEconomy? It's time to learn up, and understand why these stocks to buy will benefit from that demographic megatrend.
When Fed heads talk on top of geopolitics and yield curves headlines, markets sweat. SPLK, F, ULTA, DKS and TSLA are top stock trades.
Those minutes revealed that some of the central bank's governors pressed for a cut of 50 basis points last month, but they were obviously out-voted as the Fed proceeded with a reduction of just 25 basis points. What put a lid on today's upside for equities were comments that the July rate cut was not necessarily a precursor for more reductions.
Nike is the most innovative apparel maker in the world. Thanks to it's sophisticated supply chain and effective online strategy, NKE stock is poised to handle the trade war.
Nike Adventure Club is a new shoe subscription service for kids that can also help out parents by letting them swap out shoes regularly.
Even with all the trade volatility, we're recommending a bullish trade on Nike (NYSE:NKE) because consumer stocks are still looking good.
The impact of previous tariffs has been felt in multiple corners of the economy. So much so that data confirm China is no longer the biggest trading partner of the U.S. In a report out today, the Commerce Department said American exports to China slumped 18% in the first half of the year and that China is now the third-largest U.S. trading partner behind Mexico and Canada.
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