US: Nike's 22% hike in Q2 profit offset by future orders
By just-style.com | 22 December 2010
Strong sales and clean inventories have helped sportswear and equipment giant Nike Inc to a 22% hike in second quarter profit, but shares fell nearly 6% after an 11% rise in future orders came in below analysts' expectations.
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