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Nike releases its figures for the second quarter. The sportswear giant’s first-quarter earnings beat analysts’ expectations, thanks in part to increased digital sales. It reported earnings per share of 86 cents and revenue of $10.66 billion, with shares rising by more than 5.5 per cent. Mark Parker, the chief executive, said online sales were up 42 per cent during the quarter. For the current fiscal year, analysts expect Nike to report earnings per share in...
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