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Adidas AG (ADSGn.DE)

ADSGn.DE on Xetra

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16 Feb 2018
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Nike said to agree to $87 million apparel deal with Chelsea- Bloomberg
Tuesday, 17 May 2016 08:35pm EDT 

: Nike said to agree to $87 million apparel deal with Chelsea- Bloomberg, citing sources . Nike will pay as much as 60 mln pounds ($87 mln) per season over at least 10 years to outfit Chelsea starting in 2017-Bloomberg, citing sources Source (http://bloom.bg/1Tmwjo7) (Bengaluru Newsroom) (((+91 80 6749-1130; within U.S. +1 646 223 8780);)).  Full Article

Adidas to divest of parts of the company's golf division
Wednesday, 4 May 2016 01:19am EDT 

Adidas AG:Decided to enter into concrete negotiations with interested parties aimed at a divestiture of parts of the company's golf division.  Full Article

Adidas AG raises FY 2016 guidance
Wednesday, 27 Apr 2016 01:46am EDT 

Adidas AG:Now projects currency-neutral sales to grow at a rate of around 15 pct in 2016.Net income from continuing operations is now forecasted to grow at a faster rate than top line and increase between 15 pct and 18 pct in 2016.  Full Article

Adidas AG specifies FY 2016 outlook, to propose FY 2015 dividend
Thursday, 3 Mar 2016 01:30am EST 

Adidas AG:Expects currency-neutral sales to rise by 10-12 pct in 2016.Expects 2016 operating margin to remain at least stable vs 2015.Expects 2016 net income from continuing ops excluding impairment up 10-12 pct.To propose dividend of 1.60 euros for FY 2015.FY 2016 revenue 18,130 million euros - Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.FY 2016 operating margin 9.1 pct - Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.FY 2016 net income 803.95 million euros - Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.  Full Article

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Puma upbeat for 2018, sees turnaround for soccer sales

HERZOGENAURACH, Germany German sportswear brand Puma said on Monday it expects to increase its operating profit by another third in 2018 and lift sales by 10 percent, predicting a recovery in soccer sales even after top team Italy failed to qualify for the World Cup.