Under Armour (UAA)
$11.15 0.37 (3.21%)
5:02 EDT UAA Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $11.52
Market Cap 2.07B
PE Ratio -65.59
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 600
Day's Range 11.52 - 11.52
52-Week Range 7.15 - 21.96
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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UAA stock received a boost on Friday after CEO Patrick Frisk said Under Armour's new sportsmasks sold out in less than an hour on Thursday.
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Under Armour (UAA) earnings for the athletic wear company's first quarter of 2020 have UAA stock taking a beating on Monday.
By Thomas Niel
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From Analyst Ratings
Today, the Pres. & Publisher, TDMN of AH Belo (AHC – Research Report), Grant Moise, bought shares of AHC for $20.01K. This recent transaction increases Grant Moise’s holding in the company by 83.73% to a total of $45.17K. This is Moise’s first Buy trade following 3 Sell transactions. See today’s analyst top recommended stocks >>
From Analyst Ratings
Today, the EVP of AH Belo (AHC – Research Report), Mary K. Murray, bought shares of AHC for $21K. Following this transaction Mary K. Murray’s holding in the company was increased by 471.53% to a total of $45.61K. In addition to Mary K. Murray, one other AHC executive reported Buy trades in the last month.
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