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Today's Open $38.05
Previous Close $37.35
Daily Range $37.91 - $38.25
52-Week Range $36.56 - $64.24
Market Cap $16.0B
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (2.0%)
Volume 57,618
Average Daily Volume 139,007
Current FY EPS $2.05


Consumer Discretionary


Textiles, Apparel and Luxury Goods

Adidas (ADDYY) Description

Germany's Adidas is the second-largest sports apparel manufacturer in the world. It sells footwear, bags, shirts, watches, and eyewear for almost every sport. Website:

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Wal-Mart, VF Corp, and Costco are Stepping Up After Bangladesh Tragedies

After a major fire in 2012 and a factory collapse in 2013, organizations are finally starting to put funds into Bangladesh.

3 Companies That Need to Step Up Their Golf Game

Producers of golfing products have taken a hit recently, as participation in the game has dropped off.

Nike's Megadeal With Kevin Durant Isn't Bad News for Under Armour, Inc.

But you can bet Under Armour is still disappointed.

Ralph Lauren Wants a Piece of This $9.2 Billion Market

Ralph Lauren unveiled a "smart shirt" this week. Why is the apparel maker getting into the wearable tech market?

3 Reasons Under Armour, Inc.'s Stock Could Fall

Up 60% so far in 2014, will Under Armour stock fall from here?

Why Did TaylorMade Sales Fall Off a Cliff?

TaylorMade sales plummeted last quarter, and it could force Adidas to revamp its golf business.

Why Is Reebok Crazy About CrossFit?

Fitness legend Rich Froning just signed a massive endorsement deal with Reebok. Why is the apparel maker so crazy about CrossFit?

How Adidas Could Overtake Nike in Sneaker Sales by 2018

Adidas is making a run at Nike and sneaker superiority.

Why Moving the 2022 World Cup to the U.S. Would be Great for Sponsors, Bad for FIFA

As some of the world's biggest companies look ahead to 2022's tournament in Qatar, they see big problems for their brands.

Can Nike Profit From U.S. Soccer After World Cup Fever Fades?

Predictions about the future success of soccer in America have, thus far, fallen flat -- but Nike has high hopes.

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