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Nike, Inc.


Earnings Summary

Net Profits
Net Profit Margins
PE Ratio



Nike, Inc.’s revenue jumped 13.97% since last year same period to $12390Mn in the Q1 2023. On a quarterly growth basis, Nike, Inc. has generated -6.95% fall in its revenue since last 3-months.

Net Profits:

Nike, Inc.’s net profit fell -11.17% since last year same period to $1240Mn in the Q1 2023. On a quarterly growth basis, Nike, Inc. has generated -6.84% fall in its net profits since last 3-months.

Net Profit Margins:

Nike, Inc.’s net profit margin fell -22.06% since last year same period to 10.01% in the Q1 2023. On a quarterly growth basis, Nike, Inc. has generated 0.12% jump in its net profit margins since last 3-months.

PE Ratio:

Nike, Inc.’s price-to-earnings ratio after this Q1 2023 earnings stands at 33.87.

Earnings per share (EPS) Estimates

Earnings per share (EPS) estimates of the Nike, Inc. post its latest quarter earnings

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EPS Estimate Current Quarter:

Nike, Inc.’s earning per share (EPS) estimates for the current quarter stand at 0.67 - a 3.17% jump from last quarter’s estimates.

EPS Estimate Current Year:

Nike, Inc.’s earning per share (EPS) estimates for the current year stand at 0.67.

Key Ratios

Key ratios of the Nike, Inc. post its Q1 2023 earnings

Return on Assets (ROA)
Return on Equity (ROE)
Dividend Per Share (DPS)


Return on Assets (ROA):

Return on assets (ROA) indicates the profitability of the company in relation to its total assets. This ratio tells the financial health of the company. The higher the ROA, the better the company’s financial health. If any company has a ROA in the range of 5% to 20% - it is generally considered good. ROA above 20% is generally considered excellent. Nike, Inc.’s return on assets (ROA) stands at 0.1.

Earning Per Share (EPS):

The Return On Equity ratio indicates a company’s ability to turn equity capital received from shareholders into profits. ROE highlights the efficiency of equity capital in running the business. Generally, a return on equity in double digits is considered good. Nike, Inc.’s return on equity (ROE) stands at 0.37.

Dividend Per Share (DPS):

Nike, Inc. declared 0.34 dividend per share during the earnings announcement for Q1 2023.

Earnings Calendar

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Company Information

“Founded in 1964 by a track coach and his former student, Bill Bowerman, Nike is the world's most popular sport's brand. In the 21st century, this American brand has grown across the globe, with more than 300 stores and distributors in more than 30 countries. Over the years, the company has diversified its product line. Today, the company is involved in designing, developing, and marketing athletic footwear, apparel, equipment, and accessories. This was made possible through strategic acquisitions. The company acquired shoe manufacturers Cole Haan and Converse Inc in 1988 and 2003, respectively, and athletic apparel company Umbro in 2008. Later on, Nike launched Nike ACG (All conditions gear) to cater to extreme sports such as snowboarding and mountain biking. There are currently six different categories of Nike products, including running, soccer, training, and basketball. Its casual footwear brands include Nike, Jordan, and Converse. Almost two-thirds of its sales revenue comes from footwear. After the pandemic, the importance of staying fit became more significant in people's lifestyles. It was a major reason for its sales of approximately 3.5 billion dollars in 2020, a massive increase over previous years. Another thing that has contributed to its growth in sales has been its marketing strategy. A company prides itself in leaving a mark on audiences with its marketing ads. In addition, Nike was among the most popular brands, with over 1 million followers, on Tik Tok, a social media platform. With diversification, Nike also continually changes its business strategies, which has allowed it to maintain its leadership position in the market. An example of such a strategy was dealing directly with consumers by removing as many intermediaries as possible, thereby reducing its exposure to retail partners. The primary objective of Nike is to maintain and operate its shop with its salespeople and control the brand message. As it expands into more countries, this is something it hopes to achieve and maintain. Currently Nike, Inc. - Class B has a market cap of $183.78 Billion. It has a P.E ratio of 26.05. The shares of Nike, Inc. - Class B are trading at $117.87. ” .

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