Consumer Goods Earnings News for Oct. 24
Oct 24th 2013 6:30PM
Updated Oct 24th 2013 6:32PM
In today's Consumer Countdown, host Mark Reeth is joined by consumer goods analysts Michael Finarelli and Sean O'Reilly to discuss some of the day's big earnings news.
First up was Under Armour , which, despite having a great quarter, saw shares go down today. Sean believes that may be due to growth already being baked into the company's share price; in fact, he thinks that the company may be overvalued.
Then, Mike has been watching Sirius XM for a little while now, and was impressed by what he saw in the company's earnings report. He takes viewers through three metrics that he considers especially important, and how the company did in all three areas.
Finally, Sean discusses IMAX , which has had a rough October. However, he thinks that the company will turn things around thanks to a strong pipeline of movies.
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