Nike Inc. operates in the Rubber and plastics footwear sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Nike with three other
shoe manufacturers in North America:
Wolverine World Wide, Inc
sales of $2.49 billion
of which 36%
was Lifestyle group),
Skechers U.S.A. Incorporated
of which 39%
was International Wholesale), and
of which 27%
was Western Europe).
Nike reported sales of $32.46 billion
May of 2016.
increase of 5.8%
versus 2015, when the company's sales were $30.70 billion.
Sales at Nike have increased during each of the previous five years
(and since 2011, sales have increased a total of 55%).
Sales of Greater China saw an increase
that was more than double the company's growth rate: sales were up
23.4% in 2016, from
$3.07 billion to $3.79 billion.
Nike also saw significant increases in sales in
Japan (up 15.1% to $869.00 million)
Not all segments of Nike experienced an increase in sales in 2016:
sales of Global Brand Divisions fell 36.5% to $73.00 million.
(However, this segment's sales were only a very small portion of the company's overall sales).
Nike also experienced decreases in sales in
Emerging Markets (down 5.1% to $3.70 billion)
Converse (down 1.4% to $1.96 billion)