Argus Downgrades Under Armour, Inc. (UAA) to Hold
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Argus analyst Kristina Ruggeri downgraded Under Armour, Inc. (NYSE: UAA) from Buy to Hold.
The analyst comments "On the fundamentals, UAA is trading at a lofty 157-times our 2021 EPS estimate and 70-times our 2022 estimate, reflecting both the recent run-up in the share price and the company's relatively weak near-term earnings outlook. The price/sales multiple is 2.3, above the peer average. While we have a favorable view of UAA's long-term prospects, we believe that it will need time to overcome current challenges and that a HOLD rating is now appropriate. We would consider returning the stock to our BUY list on signs of an improving earnings outlook."
Shares of Under Armour, Inc. closed at $22.40 yesterday.
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