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NIKE, Inc. (NKE)

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90.49-0.11 (-0.12%)
As of 09:53AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close90.60
Bid90.45 x 900
Ask90.55 x 800
Day's Range89.93 - 90.59
52 Week Range82.22 - 131.31
Avg. Volume7,413,377
Market Cap138.447B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.12
PE Ratio (TTM)28.02
EPS (TTM)3.23
Earnings DateSept 28, 2023
Forward Dividend & Yield1.36 (1.50%)
Ex-Dividend DateSept 01, 2023
1y Target Est121.90
  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Nike earnings: Watch for China impact, analyst says

    Nike (NKE) was downgraded by Jefferies ahead of the company’s first-quarter earnings, which will be released on Thursday, September 28th. Forrester Research Research Analyst Sucharita Kodali joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss what to watch from the company's results. “The challenge is... that Nike has been very dependent on the Asian market, certainly on the Chinese consumer," Kodali says. “Not only do you have issues with the softening of the Chinese consumer and their spending ability, but also just a lot of… geopolitical risk." Kodali notes that “the biggest issue for a company like Nike is if there is a glut of inventory, that may potentially have an impact on whether or not the brand is as desirable because so much of the value of the most desirable products is the scarcity, not the oversupply.” For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Nike stock downgraded by Jefferies

    Nike (NKE) shares are slightly down in early trading as the stock received a downgrade from Jefferies from "buy" to "hold," as well as a price target of $100 a share.  Yahoo Finance Live discusses the reasons for the downgrade, including macro headwinds in China and reduced consumer spending in the United States. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.

  • Reuters

    Adidas tests upper limit of running market with $500 shoe

    Adidas' newest running shoes, worn by Ethiopia's Tigist Assefa on Sunday to set a new women's marathon world record in Berlin, went on sale on Tuesday with an eye-watering price tag that will test the enthusiasm of amateur runners. Adidas, its bigger rival Nike and other sports brands, have been locked in a "supershoe" war for years, since the first running shoes containing a thick, shock-absorbing foam and carbon fibre plate helping athletes run more efficiently, were released. At $500 a pair, the Adizero Adios Pro Evo 1 cost $225 more than Nike's equivalent Alphafly 2, raising the question of how many amateur runners will swallow the extra cost.