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News & Analysis: Under Armour (A Shares)
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The athletic apparel and footwear underdog’s sales are stabilizing, but it still faces brutal headwinds.
Invaluable insight from Under Armour's latest quarterly conference call.
International sales continue to make up for weak North American results, while expenses continue to fall.
UAA earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.