|Daily Range||$54.67 - $55.40|
|52-Week Range||$49.40 - $64.24|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (1.1%)|
|Average Daily Volume||90,158|
|Current FY EPS||$2.75|
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Under Armour signed a sponsorship deal with ballet star Misty Copeland. How does this business move fit with the sportswear company's plans?
Nike has a partnership with the almighty NFL, which Under Armour can’t compete with. However, Under Armour just made a strategic move that will improve brand recognition and possibly brand loyalty.
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The athletic apparel giant will outfit all of Notre Dame's sports teams and feature the Fighting Irish in its marketing efforts.
Notre Dame's athletic department is reportedly on the verge of signing an equipment deal with Under Armour. Could it be worth $100 million?