Farm equipment maker Deere just announced fiscal Q4 financial results.
Q4 earnings came in at $1.75 per share, which was below analysts' consensus estimate of $1.88.
Revenue, however, came in at $9.79 billion. This was above the $9.61 billion analysts were looking for.
The stock isn't going anywhere in premarket trading.
"Deere remains well-positioned to carry out its growth plans and capitalize on positive long-term trends, even though present global economic and fiscal concerns warrant continued caution," said CEO Samuel Allen.
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