The sports apparel retailer kicks off the fun with a stock split after Thursday’s closing bell, and then it will root on its two biggest sponsored athletes, Jordan Spieth and Stephen Curry, as they both try to make history.(Also Read: Under Armour and 3 Other Growth Retail Stocks to Bank Upon)Almost nine months after it was announced, Under Armour’s stock split date is here.
Under Armour will actually be issuing a new class of stock that will be distributed via a 2-for-1 split.
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Under Armour’s treasured Jordan Spieth looks to defend his title this year.
Spieth and Under Armour recently released a line of signature golf shoes, marking the company’s first venture into the golf shoe market.
Under Armour’s other golden boy, Stephen Curry, also looks to make history this week, as his Golden State Warriors wrap up the regular season.
Curry and the Warriors sit at 69-9 with just four games left in the season.
If the team wins its final four games, it will surpass the 1996 Chicago Bulls for the best single-season record in NBA history.