Under Armour raises guidance again after a better-than-expected Q2

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Under Armour raised its previous guidance for the full financial year while reporting better-than-expected results for the second quarter. Sales increased by 91 percent from the year-earlier quarter to $1,352 million, comfortably exceeding an analyst consensus for a top line of about $1,200 million. They were up by 85 percent ...

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