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SGB UPDATE

SGB UPDATE is the only continuously updated source for news for the Sporting Goods, Athletic Footwear, and Athletic Apparel markets.  This archive area is updated by our editorial team throughout the day as news breaks in the industry.  The SGB UPDATE newsletter is delivered each business morning via e-mail in either TEXT or HTML format.

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All BASIC subscribers can access posted articles free for seven days from publish date.  Once archived, articles can only be accessed with a PREMIUM or an EXECUTIVE subscription.

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Amer Sports Says Exchange Rates Offset First Quarter Sales Growth
Amer Sports reported net sales increased 6 percent currency-neutral in the quarter ended March 30, but said earnings before income taxes fell nearly 22 percent as the euro continued to rise against other currencies. The Finnish company said a mild winter in Europe hurt cross country sales and that a fall in the value of the Russian currency hurt margins...(4/24/2014)

Cabela's Hits Q1 Earnings Guidance Amid Plummeting Gun and Ammo Sales
Cabela's Inc. said its first quarter profits met forecast after an anticipated, double-digit decline in same-store sales on the anniversary of last year's surge in gun and ammo sales. Despite the sharp decline, the retailer reported that the 14 new stores it opened during the trailing 12 months averaged $497 in sales per square foot and that it's plans to add one million square feet per year of new retail showroom per year remain intact...(4/24/2014)

Under Armour Lifts FY Guidance on Strong Q1
Under Armour, Inc.'s net revenues jumped 36.0 percent in the first quarter of 2014 to $642 million, representing a sixteenth straight quarter of at least 20 percent top-line growth. Net income surged 73.3 percent in the first quarter of 2014 to $13.5 million, or 6 cents a share, exceeding Wall Street's consensus estimate of 4 cents a share. UA also slightly raised its outlook for the year... (4/24/2014)

Deckers Q1 Revenues Climb 11.7 Pecent
Deckers Outdoor Corp. reported sales increased 11.7 percent in its three-month transition period ended Mar. 31, to $294.7 million, led by a 15.8 percent gain for Ugg. Deckers showed a loss of $2.7 million, or 8 cents a share, better than the company's forecast calling for a loss of 16 cents a share...(4/24/2014)

Investor Group led by Bernard Mariette Purchases Lolė Parent
A group of strategic and financial investors led by Bernard Mariette, CEO & President of Coalision Inc., have purchased a majority interest in Coalision from Kilmer Capital Partners. This investment will enable Coalision's growing activewear brand Lolė to expand its retail and web business internationally as well as its global wholesale business...(4/24/2014)

Accell Group Tells Shareholders Results Improving
Accell Group N.V. told shareholders Thursday that sales and profits improved in the first months of 2014 compared with the same period of 2013 as favorable weather in Europe stimulated sales of its bicycles...(4/24/2014)

Adidas Shifts Production From Strike-Disrupted China Factory
Adidas is shifting some production away from Yue Yuen's factory in Dongguan, China, where a strike has lasted 9 days. Adidas said in a statement released to media outlets, “In order to minimize the impact on our operations, we are currently reallocating some of the future orders originally allocated to Yue Yuen Dongguan to other suppliers.”...(4/24/2014)

Amazon Grows Sales 23 Percent in First Quarter
Amazon.com Inc. reported product sales increased 18.3 percent to $15.7 billion in the first quarter, during which it launched a flurry of new shopping services design to meake it easer for households to order food and other every day household products. Total net sales, which includes sales of cloud-based business and other services, grew 23 percent excluding the $10 million favorable impact from year-over-year changes in foreign exchange rates throughout the quarter...(4/24/2014)



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