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Today's Open $50.72
Previous Close $48.57
Daily Range $50.44 - $50.90
52-Week Range $35.64 - $52.23
Market Cap $21.2B
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (1.2%)
Volume 33,841
Average Daily Volume 88,082
Current FY EPS $1.91


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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The 3D-printed athletic shoe race is on! This Boston-based company is currently leading giants Nike and Adidas, and the rest of the athletic shoe pack.

4 Reasons Nike Inc Has Such a High Profit Margin

Profit margins at the leading sports apparel retailer are some of the best in the industry. How is this possible?

Why Michael Jordan Deserves to Make $100 Million a Year From Nike

He's still the most profitable endorsement ever, and even years after his retirement, his brand value is increasing. Here's how much Nike makes on his products.

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Nike, Adidas, and Foot Locker are capitalizing on the boom in sports, as well as health and wellness trends.

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