|Day Low/High||53.90 / 55.10|
|52 Wk Low/High||51.48 / 68.19|
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.
A close below $53 may be enough to get the bear out of hibernation.
Monday afternoon's 'Fast Money Halftime Report' panel on CNBC explains why Foot Locker (FL), Adidas (ADDY), and Under Armour (UA) are all taking a toll on Nike (NKE).
Jim Cramer says Nike is feeling the pressure from Adidas and Under Armour.
Nike is facing several headwinds right now that could continue to weigh on its stock.
Jim Cramer says Nike could still go up long term, but it has some competition now. But Cramer says he does like Foot Locker.
Nike is set to report fiscal first quarter earnings on Tuesday after the markets close.
Jim Cramer agrees with J.P. Morgan analyst Matthew Boss, who placed Foot Locker on the Focus List.
Nike (NKE) plans to announce quarterly earnings after the close on Tuesday. Here's how you can profit from better-than-expected results.
For the week of September 26, investors will get quarterly results from a host of major companies and testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Nike (NKE) has seen a slump in sales for its Converse reboot since the shoe was released in 2015.
Conditions seem ripe for continued upward momentum in stocks, as long as the Federal Reserve or unexpected shocks don't get in the way.
A blockbuster week gives way to a quieter one, but the focus will be the same -- the Federal Reserve and interest rates
The market is fearful. Use that fear to buy, Cramer says.
The model portfolio had a number of strong performers this week as the market welcomed the Fed's lack of action with open arms.
U.S. stocks ended the week on a sour note as a Fed-fueled rally ran out of steam.
Canaccord Genuity managing director, equity research consumer retail Camilo Lyon cut his price target on Nike (NKE) to $52 from $56.
Nike (NKE) is scheduled to report its 2017 fiscal first quarter earnings after Tuesday's closing bell.
Finish Line shares were higher Friday after booking strong sales in its latest quarter.
Jim Cramer says the shoe business is heating up so buy Foot Locker.
Our Foot Locker and Nike positions will benefit from Finish Line's strong report today.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including an upgrade for Prudential, downgrades for Twitter and Yum Brands, and new coverage of Electronic Arts.
Baird said it expects Nike (NKE) to post fiscal 2017 first-quarter earnings that meet analysts' expectations, despite some headwinds from Adidas (ADDYY) competition.