Foot Locker’s financial filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for 2009 reports that the company made 82 percent of its merchandise purchases from just five vendors, 68 percent from Nike. Each operating division buys 46 to 85 percent of its goods from the athletic giant. For 2010, Foot Lock expects $103 million in capital expenditures, including $65 million for new stores and store renovations, $38 million for support facilities, and $7 million for lease acquisitions in Europe. At the end of the 2009 fiscal year, merchandise levels were down to $1,037 million, a 20 percent drop from the end of 2006. The operating margin for 2009 was 1.6 percent, an improvement over negative margins in 2007 and 2008, but still below the 7.2 percent reported in 2005. Sales outside the U.S. dropped by 2.7 percent to $1,429 million last year, while domestic sales slid by 9.2 percent to $3,425 million.