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Earnings: Under Armour Q2 loss narrows; stock falls on revenue miss

Sportswear company Under Armour (NYSE: UAA) reported a narrower net loss for the second quarter, aided by an increase in revenues. While the bottom-line surpassed the estimates, sales missed, driving the company’s stock lower in Tuesday’s pre-market session.

Under Armour (UAA) Q2 loss narrows; stock falls on revenue miss

Second-quarter net loss narrowed to $17 million or $0.04 per share from $96 million or $0.21 per share in the same period of last year. Analysts were looking for a slightly wider loss. The results benefitted from improved product pricing and regional mix.

Revenues moved up 1% to $1.2 billion but missed the Street view. Wholesale revenue decreased by 1% while direct-to-consumer revenue rose 2%. North America revenue dipped 3% to $816 million, while international revenues rose 12% to $339 million. Apparel revenue was down 1% and footwear revenue up 5%, while accessories revenue remained unchanged.

North America revenue decreased 3% to $816 million, while international revenues rose 12% to $339 million

“By staying sharply focused on our long-term strategies – driving our premium athletic brand positioning through industry leading innovation, geographic expansion and creating deep connections with our consumers – we are on track to deliver against our expectations in 2019 ,” said CEO Kevin Plank.

Looking ahead, the company expects full-year revenue to grow 3-4%, reflecting a slight decline in North America and a low to mid-teen percentage rate increase in the international business. Gross margin is seen rising about 110-130 basis points.

Related: Under Armour Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

Operating income is expected to be $230-$235 million, up from the previous estimate. The forecast for earnings per share is in the range of $0.33 to $0.34, which includes a negative impact from a minority interest in the company’s Japanese licensee. Full-year Capital expenditure is estimated at around $210 million.

Under Armour’s shares are currently trading at the highest level in about two-and-half years. The stock gained 54% since the beginning of the year. It closed the last trading session higher but fell sharply Tuesday morning.

Listen to publicly listed companies’ earnings conference calls along with the edited closed caption text

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