Adidas


Good 2018 numbers, but we had expected slightly more

13/03/19 -"Adidas increased its turnover by 3.3% to €21.9bn (+8% currency-adjusted) while EBIT was up by 14% to €2.37bn and net earnings by 55% to €1.70bn. These numbers are very much in line with consensus ..."

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