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ADIDAS
CODE FR0000128183 - DAS

Leader allemand de la fabrication de chaussures, vêtements et accessoires de sport. Adidas-salomon est le deuxième plus grand acteur du secteur des articles de sport (en fonction du chiffre d'affairesN°2 Mondial des fabricants d'articles de sport

For over 80 years adidas has been part of the world of sports on every level, delivering state-of-the-art sports footwear, apparel and accessories. Today, with total net sales of 6.267 billion euros and net income of 260 million euros, adidas-Salomon is a global leader in the sporting goods industry and offers the broadest portfolio of products. adidas-Salomon products are available in virtually every country of the world. Our strategy is simple: continuously strengthen our brands and products to improve our competitive position and financial performance. The company's share of the world market for sporting goods is estimated at around 15 percent.
adidas Footwear, apparel, and hardware such as bags and balls
Salomon  Winter sports incl. skis, snowboards, snowblades, ski boots and bindings, inline skates, hiking, apparel
Mavic Cycle components - Bonfire Snowboard apparel - Arc'Teryx Outdoor apparel, climbing equipment
Cliché Skateboard equipment, footwear and apparel - TaylorMade-adidas Golf Golf equipment, golf apparel, golf shoes - Maxfli Golf balls, irons and accessories

http://www.adidas.com/



03-May-2012 adidas Group Publishes First Quarter 2012 Results

In the first quarter of 2012, Group revenues increased 14% on a currency-neutral basis as a result of double-digit sales increases in Wholesale, Retail and Other Businesses. Currency translation effects had a positive impact on sales in euro terms. Group revenues grew 17% to € 3.824 billion in the first quarter of 2012 from € 3.273 billion in 2011. The Group's net income attributable to shareholders increased to € 289 million in the first quarter of 2012 from € 209 million in 2011. This represents an increase of 38% versus the prior year level.

adidas Group Full Year 2010 Results

Q4 2010 highlights:
Currency-neutral Group sales up 9% 
adidas and Reebok sales increase 10% and 15% respectively 
Growth in all regions 
Comparable Retail store sales grow 15% currency-neutral 
Gross margin improves 0.3 percentage points 
Full year 2010 highlights:
Currency-neutral Group sales up 9% 
adidas and Reebok sales increase 9% and 12% respectively 
Group gross margin improves 2.4 percentage points to 47.8% 
Net income more than doubles to € 567 million 
Net borrowings down 76% to € 221 million at year-end 
Outlook
adidas Group sales to increase at a mid- to high-single-digit rate 
Operating margin to improve to a level between 7.5% and 8.0% 
Earnings per share to be in the range of € 2.98 to € 3.12 
Management to propose a dividend of € 0.80 per share 
 adidas Group currency-neutral sales increase 9% in the fourth quarter
During the fourth quarter of 2010, Group revenues increased 9% on a currency-neutral basis. Currency-neutral revenues in the Wholesale and Retail segments increased 8% and 23%, respectively. Sales for Other Businesses decreased 3%. By brand, adidas and Reebok sales increased 10% and 15% currency-neutral, respectively. Currency-neutral revenues in Western Europe increased 3% due to growth in the Wholesale and Retail segments as well as Other Businesses. Currency-neutral sales in European Emerging Markets rose 22%, driven by significant growth in the Retail segment. Group sales in North America grew 12% on a currency-neutral basis, driven by a 13% sales increase for adidas and a 24% sales increase for Reebok. Currency-neutral sales in Greater China grew 11%, driven by increases in both the Wholesale and Retail segments. Currency-neutral sales in Other Asian Markets grew 7% as a result of increases in all major markets. In Latin America, sales were up 8% on a currency-neutral basis, driven by both Wholesale and Retail. Currency translation effects had a positive impact on sales in euro terms. Group revenues grew 19% to € 2.931 billion in the fourth quarter from € 2.458 billion in 2009.
Fourth quarter gross margin improves 0.3 percentage points
The Group’s gross margin increased 0.3 percentage points to 46.5% (2009: 46.2%) in the fourth quarter, mainly due to a larger share of higher-margin Retail sales and less clearance sales. Group gross profit increased 20% to € 1.362 billion (2009: € 1.136 billion). Other operating expenses as a percentage of sales increased 0.5 percentage points to 47.1% compared to the prior year (2009: 46.6%). This was mainly due to higher sales and marketing working budget expenses. As a result of the higher other operating expenses as a percentage of sales, the Group’s operating margin decreased 0.8 percentage points to 1.0%. Operating profit declined 33% to € 28 million compared to € 42 million in 2009. In the fourth quarter of 2010, the Group’s net income attributable to shareholders decreased 64% to reach € 7 million (2009: € 19 million). Diluted earnings per share went down to € 0.03 (2009: € 0.09).
“Our fourth quarter performance rounds off an excellent year for the adidas Group,” commented Herbert Hainer, adidas Group CEO. “Not only did we meet, but we beat all our initial expectations for the year. All our brands scored with consumers in an improving worldwide economy. We outgrew our major competitors, achieving record sales of € 12 billion. Along the way, we generated an outstanding operating cash flow of € 1.2 billion. Therefore, I am proud to report that our Group is in fantastic shape."
adidas Group currency-neutral sales increase 9% in 2010

adidas Group First Half 2009 Results
 Currency-neutral Group sales decrease 7% in the first half year 
First half financial results in line with guidance 
Currency-neutral Group sales decline 8% in the second quarter 
Inventory growth rate sequentially declines versus prior quarter 
Group outlook confirmed 
 Second quarter adidas Group currency-neutral sales decrease 8%
During the second quarter of 2009, Group sales declined 8% on a currency-neutral basis due to sales declines in all segments with the exception of TaylorMade-adidas Golf. Currency-neutral adidas segment revenues decreased 9%. Growth in North America and in Latin America was offset by declines in most major European and Asian markets. Currency-neutral sales in the Reebok segment decreased 9% in the second quarter of 2009 versus the prior year due to negative sales development in most major markets. At TaylorMade-adidas Golf, currency-neutral revenues increased 3%, driven by growth in nearly all regions and supported by the consolidation of the Ashworth business. Currency movements positively impacted Group sales in euro terms. Group revenues decreased 3% in euro terms to € 2.457 billion in the second quarter of 2009 from € 2.521 billion in 2008.
Second quarter diluted EPS € 0.06
The Group’s gross margin decreased 5.1 percentage points to 45.0% (2008: 50.1%) in the second quarter as a result of higher input costs, currency devaluation effects, in particular related to the Russian rouble, as well as a highly promotional retail environment. Group gross profit decreased 13% to € 1.105 billion (2008: € 1.263 billion). As a result of the lower gross margin as well as higher other operating expenses as a percentage of sales the Group’s operating margin decreased 5.3 percentage points to 2.9% in the second quarter of 2009 versus 8.2% in the prior year. Operating profit decreased 66% to € 72 million versus € 208 million in 2008. In the second quarter of 2009, the Group’s net income attributable to shareholders decreased 93% to € 9 million (2008: € 116 million) mainly due to the Group’s lower operating profit. Diluted earnings per share for the second quarter declined 90% to € 0.06.
“The impacts of the economic downturn and repercussions on consumer spending are well documented and certainly continued to influence our performance in the second quarter”, commented Herbert Hainer, adidas Group CEO and Chairman. “However, the good news is that we did not see any fundamental deterioration in our business since publishing our first quarter results. Our financials for the first half of 2009 are exactly in line with the guidance we provided in May – if not a little better. As a result, I believe we have seen the bottom in our financial performance this year.”
 

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