Tue, Apr. 21, 7:44 AM
- Under Armour (NYSE:UA) reports direct-to-consumer revenue rose 21% Y/Y in Q1 to now rep 25% of total sales for the company.
- International revenue +74.0% to $96.59M.
- Apparel sales +20.9% to $555.46M.
- Footwear revenue +41.1% to $160.97M, powered by new basketball and running model introductions.
- Accessories sales +22.5% to $63.15M.
- Gross profit rate remained constant at 46.9%.
- Operating margin rate +80 bps to 3.4%.
- Inventory +22.38% to $577.95M.
- FY2015 Guidance: Net revenues: ~3.78B (+23%); Operating income: $400M to $408M (+13% to +15%);
- UA -4.68% premarket.
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Oct. 23, 2014, 7:12 AM
- Under Armour (NYSE:UA) reports direct-to-consumer revenue rose 35% Y/Y in Q3 to now rep 26% of total sales for the company.
- International revenue +104.2% to $90.35M.
- Apparel sales +25.6% to $704.6M.
- Footwear revenue +50.1% to $122M, powered by new basketball and running model introductions.
- Accessories sales +32.0% to $84.95M.
- Gross profit rate +120 bps to 49.6%.
- Inventory +35.9% to $637.46M.
- Guidance: UA sees 2014 revenue of $3.03B vs. $2.98M-$3.0B prior and $3.01B consensus.
Oct. 23, 2014, 7:05 AM
Sep. 25, 2014, 5:49 PM
- Nike (NYSE:NKE) guides on its FQ1 CC for FQ2 EPS to grow at a high-teen Y/Y rate; that's a above a consensus is for EPS to grow 12% to $0.66. FY15 (ends May '15) EPS is expected to grow at a high-20% rate; consensus is for EPS to grow 14% to $3.39.
- Following 18% growth in FQ1, the sports apparel giant now expects FY15 Greater China sales to rise at a low-to-mid teens rate; prior guidance was for high-single digit growth.
- Gross margin is expected to grow 125-150 bps Y/Y in FQ2 - 170 bps growth was seen in FQ1 - and forex headwinds are expected to go away later in FY15.
- NKE now +6.6% AH. Up in sympathy: UA +1.3%. FL +2.1%.
- FQ1 results, details.
Jul. 24, 2014, 8:15 AM
- Q2 apparel net revenues of $420M up 35% Y/Y, with footwear net revenue of $110M up 34%, and accessories net revenue of $60M up 18%. Direct-to-Consumers net revenues - 31% of total net revenue - grew 38% Y/Y. International net revenues - 8% of total - grew 80% Y/Y.
- Gross margin of 49.2% up 90 basis points from a year ago.
- FY14 guidance is boosted, with revenue expected at $2.98B-$3B (28-29% Y/Y growth) and operating income of $343M-$345M (29-30% growth).
- Conference call at 8:30 ET
- UA +6% premarket
Jul. 24, 2014, 7:02 AM
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Jan. 30, 2014, 8:04 AM
- Under Armour (UA) says expanded fleece offerings and new ColdGear Infrared products helped drive solid revenue gains during Q4.
- The company survived the tough retail season by increasing direct-to-consumer revenues by 36% Y/Y. The segment now accounts for 39% of total revenue.
- Gross margin rose 100 bps to 51.3% during the quarter on a favorable sales mix.
- The company expects 2014 revenue of $2.84-$2.87B vs. $2.77B consensus.
- UA +11.5% premarket
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Oct. 24, 2013, 7:10 AM
Jul. 25, 2013, 7:26 AMMore on Under Armour's Q2 (UA): Results were led by another strong quarter for footwear revenue, up 21% Y/Y to $82M, with new products contributing. Under Armour's strong online channel roared again as direct-to-consumer revenue gained 29% Y/Y and now accounts for 30% of all sales. The company sees full-year revenue of $2.23B-$2.25B, up from a prior estimate of $2.21B-$2.23B. The beat and raise are enough to lift UA shares 4.5% premarket. (PR) | Comment!
Jul. 25, 2013, 7:05 AM
May. 24, 2013, 12:38 PMHeard during Foot Locker's (FL -6.1%) earnings call: 1) Execs say products are "right" at Foot Locker stores, but due to weather patterns more sales will shift to Q2 from Q1. 2) In Q1, traffic was down, but ASPs were higher. 3) The planned acquisition of Runners Point Group appears to be a bet on Germany - not the continent as a whole. 4) The retailer says comparable store sales are flat this month. That's not great news for Nike (NKE -1.4%), Under Armour (UA -1.3%), or Finish Line (FINL -2.2%) - unless the catch-up that Foot Locker points to materializes. (webcast) | Comment!
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