Caterpillar Inc. (CAT)

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83.84-0.17 (-0.20%)
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Prev Close84.01
Bid83.79 x 400
Ask83.84 x 300
Day's Range83.36 - 84.10
52wk Range56.36 - 84.73
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap48.98B
P/E Ratio (ttm)55.89
Avg Vol (3m)4,467,935
Dividend & Yield3.08 (3.68%)
Earnings DateN/A
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    Caterpillar's announcement shocks in Washington County

    Washington County is still coming to terms with the potential loss of the Caterpillar Inc. mining-equipment plant in Chartiers Township, which will close production later this fall with the loss of about 155 jobs. About 190 people work at the Caterpillar plant right now, down from the 400 or so when it was acquired in 2011 in an acquisition of Bucyrus International. A Caterpillar spokeswoman told the Pittsburgh Business Times that manufacturing at the plant would stop in October 2016, although the administrative office building would stay open until further notice.

  • American City Business Journalsyesterday

    Caterpillar may sell or close Washington County plant

    Caterpillar Inc. plans to cut more than 150 jobs at its Houston, Pa., mining-equipment plant and said it could divest or close the facility. The sharp downturn in the coal industry, which has caused massive job reductions and bankruptcies among coal mining companies, is leading the Illinois-based manufacturing giant to restructure and potentially divest that part of its mining business. Some layoffs are happening immediately, and the company was no longer taking orders for room and pillar products, including continuous miners, coal haulage systems, roof bolters and track drills.