All Analysis 2020 articles

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    Analysis: Sporting goods industry stocks surged by 32% in Covid year


    This exclusive chart shows the development in the market capitalization of the top 86 stock-listed sporting goods companies between the end of 2019 and the end of 2020. This is exclusive data and analysis for Professional Members.

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    Analysis: The European Sports Retail Market


    This is an exclusive, yearly statistic only available for subscribers of SGI Europe. It includes revenue and market share development of the major sporting goods retailers in 15 European countries.

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    Analysis: The world’s major sports retailers


    This exclusive, yearly statistic shows the revenue development of the 50 largest sports retailers between 2018 and 2019. This is exclusive data and analysis for Professional Members.

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    Analysis: The 10 major European sports retailers online


    The online retail business in the sporting goods sector has been growing stronger and stronger in recent years, find out which players are the real winners.

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    Sports stocks rose by 10.8% in Q3


    The sporting goods sector confirmed its resilience in the third quarter of 2020 with an average increase of 10.8 percent in the public companies’ share price between June 30 and Sept. 30. Comparatively, two relatively bullish American indexes, the Dow Jones 30 and the S&P 500, posted gains of only ...

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    Market Analysis: The sports apparel market


    We show you who are the winners and losers in the market.

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    Market Analysis: The global athletic shoe market


    The global market for athletic footwear enjoyed solid growth of 6.7 percent at the wholesale level last year, reaching a level of $70.9 billion, according to an annual analysis by Sporting Goods Intelligence of the major sports brands’ performance in this segment. It would have risen a little more without ...

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    Executive Survey: Sports and outdoor brands are pushing DTC


    While experiencing generally lower orders from retailers, primarily because of the coronavirus outbreak, more than two-thirds of sports and outdoor brands responding to our survey intend to further develop their own direct-to-consumer (DTC) operations, relying more on their own websites than on those of third-party e-tailers. 

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    Market Analysis: The sports equipment market


    This is an exclusive, yearly statistic only available for subscribers of SGI Europe. It includes revenue and market share development of the major global sports equipment brands including breakdown by region.

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    NPD measures the impact of Covid-19 in Europe and China


    The NPD Group estimates that there was a drop of around 24 percent in sales of sports shoes during the first half of 2020 in Germany, France, Italy and Spain – the four European countries where it uses a retail panel of multi-sport specialty stores, combined with sell-out data from ...

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    Analysis: Sporting goods industry stocks rebound 34.5% in Q2


    Investors are evidently persuaded now that the sporting goods sector will recover from the Covid-19 crisis better than others. The share prices of the public companies in the sector went up on average by 34.5 percent between the end of the first quarter and the end of the second quarter ...

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    Analysis: What is happening with Covid-19 on the retail front?


    The retail lockdown in Germany is estimated to have caused a drop of 60 percent at brick-and-mortar stores in the fashion sector in general in March, as compared to the same month a year ago, although they were open in the first few days of the month. The trend will ...

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    Analysis: Covid-19 sinks sporting goods industry stocks


    Declining more than the stock market in general, the share prices of public sporting goods companies have taken a serious beating since the Covid-19 outbreak began with the start of the Chinese New Year, falling overall by 32.3 percent on average through the end of the first quarter.

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    Global industry stocks leap by 46%, led by sports retailers


    This exclusive chart shows the market capitalization development of the top 85 stock listed sporting goods companies (2019 to 2018). This is exclusive data and analysis for Professional Members.

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    What next in 2020 and beyond?


    Many brand and retailers ar on a mission to reinvent themselves. Which companies are leading the pace and why and what are key trends?