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It's showtime for one of Nike's biggest product releases in recent memory, the Hyperadapt 1.
Under Armour launched a new pop-up store to show off its most expensive line of clothes ever.
The sneakers feature what Nike calls "adaptive lacing" technology, which can automatically tweak the snugness of the shoe.
CEO Kasper Rorsted says the company has focused on becoming much more relevant to the U.S. consumer.
Nike's most innovative sneaker goes on sale Thursday.
Adidas plants a flag in New York City with its new 45,000-square-foot, four-story shop.
Wall Street expects the company to report same store sales growth of 5% over the year ago period.
Reebok has developed a way to use a liquid substance to make a good chunk of a new sneaker.
London stock markets lead as real estate and consumer stocks rise, buoyed by earnings and economic data.
A Trump victory would be bad for U.S. markets but worse for Europe, said BNP analysts, as they speculated on how stocks will move depending on who wins.
Cramer shares his views on price war victims. Nike, Allergan and Netflix are among the stocks discussed.
A narrowing Clinton-Trump poll spread and a reversal of fortunes for U.K. stocks send markets into a tailspin.
Today's "Fast Money Halftime Report" panel on CNBC weighed in on Nike (NKE), Under Armour (UA), and Lululemon Athletica (LULU).
A partial victory for Brexit opposition and mixed corporate earnings drive markets in Europe.
Adidas needs to get its own act together, and UA founder Kevin Plank would need the company pried out of his hands.
The pound surges to a one-month high after a U.K. ruling deals a hammer blow to the government's Brexit ambitions.
Adidas posted in-line third-quarter profits but will take a $33 million hit related to its restructuring of Reebok.
Increased competition among the top 3 sports apparel vendors could be a boon for Foot Locker.
Analyst action changes the outlook for the oil industry, while shareholders are running from Nike.
Look out below when it comes to margins, as the price wars extend to sneakers, drugs and others.
Banking stocks were in focus, after Wells Fargo, Citigroup and J.P. Morgan reported earnings on Friday.
Adidas (ADDYY) was once the worst-performing stock in Germany, but thanks to a blast from the past the stock and the company are making a comeback.
Jim Cramer ponders how oil and math don't mix, and the fate of Wells Fargo's Stumpf.
Nike told the same rosy story as if all were well, and that rankled the bulls.
Nike reports earnings under a technical 'death cross,' influenced by a negative weekly chart.
Our Foot Locker and Nike positions will benefit from Finish Line's strong report today.
The Beaverton, Ore.-based sneaker giant confirms the release of its first self-tying sneakers.
Bullishness on German stocks is on the rise again.