Fipps Paul, Chief Digital Officer, sold 23,247 shares of the Under Armour, Inc. (NYSE:UA) in an exchange that happened on February 22nd. The stock was sold at an average price of $19.49 per share, amounting to a transaction worth $453,014. The sale was made public in a document filed with the SEC. Additionally, Chief Digital Officer Fipps Paul sold 3,106 shares of this stock in a transaction that took place on February 22nd. The stock was sold at an average price of $21.55 per share, for a total exchange amounting to $66,928. After the transaction, the Chief Digital Officer Fipps Paul currently holds 11,015 shares of the company’s stock, which is worth approximately $216885.
With this stock price’s latest movement, it is now -15.42% away from its 1-year high and 44.57% higher than its 1-year low price. In the past seven days, the stock price volatility for Under Armour, Inc. was 2.71%, whereas its volatility in the past 30 days has been 3.47%.
Under Armour, Inc. (NYSE:UA) most recently published its quarterly earnings results. The firm posted $0.09 earnings per share (EPS) for the three-month period, surpassing analysts’ consensus estimate of $0.04 by $0.05. The publicly-traded organization reported revenue of $1,389.98 million for the quarter, compared to the average analyst forecast calling for $1,381.03 million, which was surpassing the analyst consensus estimate.
Shares of Under Armour, Inc. (UA) finished the regular trading session at $19.69 on Tuesday 03/12/2019. After beginning the session at $19.6, shares of Under Armour, Inc. reached as high as $19.77 during the day, while hitting a 1-day low of $19.07. Trade volume reached 4,262,904 shares against this stock’s average daily volume of 2.80M shares, with a total float of 376.35M.
BlackBerry Limited (NYSE:BB) added 1.84% to its trading price by the close of the most recent session, jumping from its previous closing price of $9.26 to $9.43. This stock increased in value by 8.27% during the last 7-day period, and experienced a gain of 16.28% over the past 30-day period. In the past three months, this stock’s price grew by 17.88% , and subtracted -5.89% to its price during the last six months of trading. BB demonstrated a yearly price loss of -26.73% , while its year-to-date (YTD) price performance has been up 32.63% . This stock’s price changed by +43.53% compared to its 90-day low, and moved down -1.20% comparing to its 90-day high price.
Have a quick look on short, medium and long-term indicators. According to the Composite Indicator, Trendspotter rated the BB stock as “Buy”. In the short-term, BlackBerry Limited (BB) has a 20-day average volume of 3,584,795 shares and short-term indicators sets the BB stock as “ 100% Buy ” on average basis. In the medium-term, BB stock has a 50-Day average volume of 3,117,252 shares and medium-term indicators gave the average rating of “ 100% Buy ”, while in the long-term period the FB stock has a 100-Day average volume of 3,815,495 shares. On average, long-term indicators rated the stock as “33% Buy ”. The overall picture from all short, medium and long-term indicators sets the BB stock as “88% Buy ” on average basis.
Recently, multiple brokerages have sent out reports on BB. Macquarie, for example, Reiterated its rating on shares of BlackBerry Limited to a “Outperform”, while setting a $15.50 price target on shares of the company’s stock, according to a research note from Tuesday January 16th, 2018. Imperial Capital Reiterated their target price for this stock from $10 to $11, while giving the stock a “In-line” rating, as stated in a research report from Tuesday, December 26th, 2017. Imperial Capital, on the other hand, Reiterated a “In-line” rating on this stock, while posting a $11 price target on shares of this company’s stock in a research note dated Friday, December 22nd, 2017.
In other news related to BlackBerry Limited stock, Age shares of BB held by institutions. The total number of institutions who held the BB shares was 64, according to most recent SEC filling. During the past quarter, total shares held by institutions with the net change of shares. In the meantime, new institutions bought the shares of BlackBerry Limited for the first time and institutions sold all their holdings in the company’s common stock. institutions increased their investment in the BB stock and institutions decreased their investment in the BlackBerry Limited (BB)’s stock during the last quarter.