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    Outdoor company stocks continue to gain ground in Q2


    From the first quarter to the second quarter of 2021, the 32 outdoor stocks we track were up 13.82 percent. Neither the bike nor the retail companies had a major impact here, but rather a few of the large groups such as Anta Sports , Vista Outdoor and ...

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    American Outdoor Brands creates chief marketing officer role


    American Outdoor Brands , formerly known as Smith Wesson Holding Corporation until 2016, has announced that Curtis Smith has been named chief marketing officer, a newly created role in the company. Smith will lead the marketing, brand management, creative, e-commerce, and customer service teams. Smith joined ...

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    Smith & Wesson spins off American Outdoor


    Smith Wesson , the American manufacturer of firearms, completed the spin-off of its outdoor products and accessories business, American Outdoor Brands , on Aug. 24. As of the following day, American Outdoor is trading on the NASDAQ exchange under a new ticker symbol: AOUT. Each holder of ...

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    Extra charges for Outdoor drive Smith & Wesson into a loss


    A $98.7 million goodwill impairment charge for its Outdoor Products Accessories division, whose spin-off should be completed in August, led the newly named Smith Wesson to book a net loss of $66.1 million for the fourth quarter ended on April 30, compared with net income of ...

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    American Outdoor Brands prepares spin-off


    American Outdoor Brands Corporation will change its name to Smith Wesson Brands on June 1 as it prepares to focus on firearms, spinning off its business with outdoor products and accessories. The spin-off is set to take place in late summer through a tax-free distribution of ...

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    American Outdoor Brands lowers guidance on coronavirus fears


    American Outdoor Brands ’ shares plunged by 30 percent after it sharply lowered its guidance for the current financial year, owing to the negative effects of the coronavirus outbreak. The parent company of Smith Wesson and other operations now expects sales to stand between $650 and ...