With its current quotation navigating around $152 on the New York Exchange, or about 15 percent above its level prior to the release last Thursday of its unexpectedly high results for the fourth quarter ended May 31, Nike’s share is still recommended as a “buy” by 23 out of the 28 brokerages polled by the Wall Street Journal. The average consensus about the target price for the stock has risen, too. It has grown to $182.05 per share, ranging between $162 and $214. The actual share price hit a 52-week high of $154.59 on Friday. The jump helped Nike’s two main challengers, Adidas and Puma, to record increases in their own share price of around 6 percent and 2 percent, respectively.