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Nike Inc. (NKE) reported its fiscal 2022 financial results for its second quarter ended November 30, 2021. Let’s take a closer look at the numbers.
The US sporting goods company reported revenue of $11.36 billion in the quarter (up by 1% from the same period last year) vs. $11.25 billion expected.
Earnings per share was at $0.83 a share (up by 6% from last year) vs. $0.63 per share expected by the analysts on Wall Street.
John Donahoe, President and CEO of Nike commented on the latest financial results: “NIKE’s strong results this quarter provide further proof that our strategy is working, as we execute through a dynamic environment.”
“We are now in a much stronger competitive position today than we were 18 months ago. And I want to thank our roughly 75,000 global teammates for all their work to provide consumers with the compelling new product, innovation and experiences that only NIKE can deliver,” he added.
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Shares of Nike were trading around 3% higher in the after hours trading. The stock is up by 9% in the past year at $156.98 per share.
Nike is the 41st largest company in the world with a market cap of $248.47 billion.
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Sources: Nike, TradingView, CompaniesMarketCap
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