A weaker-than-expected 2015 outlook drove shares of apparel maker Under Armour lower in premarket trading.
The maker of fitness apparel and equipment raised its full-year outlook modestly, saying it expects 23 percent growth in revenue to $3.78 billion, up from prior guidance of $3.76 billion. But analysts polled by FactSet expected more — $3.82 billion in revenue.
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