131.65 +0.10 (0.08%)
After hours: 7:58PM EDT
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|Day's Range||129.40 - 131.63|
|52 Week Range||80.33 - 132.12|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||734.92|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.12 (2.39%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
CMOC International, which operates metal and molybedenum mines in Brazil, Australia and the Democratic Republic of Congo, has landed its headquarters in Phoenix. CMOC is locating 100 corporate employees at a 25,000-square-foot office on Central Avenue in midtown Phoenix. CMOC International is an arm of China Molybdenum Co Ltd. or CMOC, which has a $20 billion market capitalization.
Coupa's (COUP) Deep Relevance acquisition to improve its capability to save more for its clients by curbing fraud through the use of AI-based tools.
Built Robotics has raised $15 million in a round led by NEA to do for construction equipment what Waymo is doing for automobiles.
Pentair's (PNR) Q3 results to gain from solid prospects for Water and Electrical businesses, despite dismal Engineered Pump business and elevated costs due to the spin-off of Electrical business.
The current administration's tax reform and deregulation proposals and sustained strong earnings performance are the factors powering this ascent.
After delivering back-to-back surprises in last four quarters, Caterpillar is likely to deliver another beat in Q3 thanks to improving sales in Asia Pacific, Construction and Resource Industries.
It makes great sense to invest in manufacturing stocks, especially because these stocks have performed exceeding well this year.
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With the machinery industry displaying continued signs of improvement, it would be a prudent idea to invest in some stocks in this space that are likely to beat earnings in the third quarter.
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Melius Research’s Rob Wertheimer and his team initiated coverage on the machinery sector with a Neutral rating, and although they think investors should buy into Caterpillar (CAT) and United Rentals (URI). This is what should happen in a trough, as in 2009, but he argues that Caterpillar aside, the rest of machinery is not in a trough. He writes that Caterpillar hasn’t really seen a recovery since 2008 in heavy construction and other setbacks since, while the rest of the group is doing quite well.
Shares of Caterpillar (CAT) have enjoyed a monster two-year rally during which the share price has nearly doubled in value. Goldman’s Jerry Revich, who rates the stock a Buy, raised his price target on the heavy machinery maker from $143 a share to $158 a share. Caterpillar has spent the past year digging out from the ruins of former CEO Doug Oberhelman’s big money investments, which ran into a cement wall when global commodity prices went bust.
Caterpillar shares are higher Tuesday after Goldman Sachs analysts boosted their price target to $158, the highest on Wall Street.
According to FactSet data, analysts who cover Caterpillar have a consensus estimate for its third-quarter earnings of $1.26 a share.