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Nike executives didn't want to say it but competition on basketball sneakers and its other products has grown hot while the stock is getting cooler.
Canaccord analysts say Nike's (NKE) upbeat first quarter guidance seems unlikely to be achieved given its 'moderating futures.'
Stocks turn lower on Wednesday morning after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen triggers fears an interest rate hike could come by year's end.
Morgan Stanley Analyst Jay Sole told CNBC Wednesday that Nike needs a new product that can slow the momentum Adidas has gained from selling the Yeezy.
Nike (NKE) executives were unrealistically upbeat on the company's earnings conference call last night, says Jim Cramer.
U.S. stocks moved slightly higher Wednesday, as oil prices rallied 1%.
Competition is cutting into Nike's future orders, pressuring the stock.
Stock futures are little changed on Wednesday morning as crude oil rebounds from a major selloff a day earlier.
The Wells Fargo board is calling for clawbacks while Nike's quarter disappoints investors despite beating estimates.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is giving up $41 million in unvested equity.
Concerns on the outlook for sneaker king Nike persist after a mixed quarter.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf to forfeit $41 million in unvested stock awards; a report says Germany preparing a rescue plan for Deutsche Bank; Nike shares sink after earnings..
Nike told the same rosy story as if all were well, and that rankled the bulls.
Nike stock dropped 4% after hours after delivering a revenue and earnings beat. Investors got more than expected, but less than they wanted.
Quarterly revenue gains but futures orders are less than expected.
The Federal Reserve seems intent on raising interests rates. How will that affect dividend stocks and ETFs, and what should you do to prepare?
Nike (NKE) reported strong earnings and revenue for the 2017 fiscal first quarter, but futures orders were below expectations.
NIKE, Inc. (NYSE:NKE) today reported fiscal 2017 financial results for its first quarter ended August 31, 2016.
Nike (NKE) may be hurting this year due more to Under Armour (UA) and Adidas' (ADDYY) success rather than its own failures, said Bloomberg News' Matt Townsend.
Nike (NKE) will report fiscal 2017 first-quarter earnings results after the market close on Tuesday.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.
Wells Fargo's board considers executive compensation clawbacks while Chesapeake Energy sees a couple of directors depart.
Nike's competitors are stepping up their games and that should be worrisome for shareholders of the sneaker giant, says Jim Cramer.
Nike reports earnings under a technical 'death cross,' influenced by a negative weekly chart.
U.S. stock futures rise Tuesday but European shares move lower following the first presidential debate Monday evening in which Hillary Clinton was perceived to have topped Donald Trump.
On Tuesday, September 27, investors will get quarterly results from Nike and remarks from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.