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For more than a decade ago, Chinese consumers, hundreds of thousands of dollars at every turn is undoubtedly a symbol of tall shoes. Nowadays, Nike shoes have become popular fashion style, fresh and mysterious feeling has disappeared, the impulse to buy no longer past the past. cheap air max hyperfuse red,Changes in consumer appetite, reflected in the Nike’s business. On Thursday (15), Nike announced layoffs of 1,400 people, accounting for 2% of its global staff, the famous investment bank JP Morgan also lowered the Nike stock rating. US stock market reacted fiercely, in 15, 16 days two days Nike stock price fell by 6.35% cumulative. In the last year and a half, Nike market value of the cumulative evaporation of 24.6 billion US dollars (about 162.2 billion yuan), equivalent to the loss of a whole China Unicom. Nike flow how much tears, Adidas on how much smile on the harvest. The last year, Adidas conquered, its Nike base camp in the United States basketball shoe sales surge 84% (Deutsche Bank released data in March), grabbed 11% market share. This year, Adidas’s stock price rose 43%, and Nike in sharp contrast. On Thursday (15) Nike announced the layoffs of 1,400 people, Nike shares then fell from $ 54.66 high to $ 52.90, down about 3.3%; then on Friday (16), has been optimistic about the performance of Wall Street famous investment bank JP Morgan published research report, lowered the evaluation of Nike’s stock price, Nike shares fell 3.3% again that day, closing at $ 51.19. In other words, in the last two trading days last week, Nike shares fell more than 6.35%. It is worth noting that Nike’s stock price continued to decline after entering in 2016. Nike shares in December 2015 hit a record high of $ 66.95, followed by all the way to shock down. As of June 19, 2017 closing, Nike shares reported 52.02 US dollars, a year and a half of the market value of the cumulative evaporation of 24.6 billion US dollars.
Since the second half of 2017 to date, the S & P 500 index rose nearly 20%, but Nike’s stock did not rise or fall, underperformed the broader market. According to ZacksEquityResearch calculation, after March 17, 2017, footwear retail stocks fell by 4%, while the same period Nike shares fell 8.2%, far less than the industry average.