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Investors seeking to preserve capital in a volatile environment might consider large-cap stocks such as CNH Industrial NV. (NYSE:CNHI) a safer option. Doing business globally, large caps tend to haveRead More...
Moody's Investors Service has assigned provisional ratings to the notes issued by CNH Capital Canada Receivables Trust, Series 2018-1 (CCCRT 2018-1), sponsored by CNH Industrial Capital Canada Ltd. (CNH ...
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Industrial-equipment maker Dover Corp. said its chief executive is retiring next month, and that the CEO of CNH Industrial NV is taking his place.
Dover Corp., a manufacturer under scrutiny from activist investor Dan Loeb, rallied as it named Richard Tobin chief executive officer.
Shares in CNH Industrial (CNHI.MI) fell more than 2 percent on Tuesday after the trucks and tractor maker said Chief Executive Richard Tobin would step down to pursue another executive opportunity. CNH Industrial shares were down 1.7 percent at 10.57 euros by 1307 GMT, lagging a 0.5 percent gain in Italy's blue-chip index (.FTMIB). Tobin has led CNH Industrial for more than six years, leading the company since it was created from the merger of Fiat Industrial and its U.S. unit CNH.
(Reuters) - Truck and tractor maker CNH Industrial said on Monday Chief Executive Richard Tobin would step down to pursue another executive opportunity and its board has appointed Derek Neilson to replace ...
In fiscal 1Q18, Deere & Company’s (DE) Construction & Forestry segment reported revenue of $1.7 billion, a 57.4% rise compared to its fiscal 1Q17 revenue of $1.1 billion. The segment’s revenue growth was mainly the result of the company’s acquisition of Wirtgen Group. The Construction & Forestry segment reported an operating profit of $32.0 million in fiscal 1Q18, a fall of 13.5% from its fiscal 1Q17 operating profit of $37 million.
Deere & Company’s (DE) Agriculture & Turf segment is its largest revenue generator. In the past four years, this is the first time that the segment’s first-quarter revenue has shown growth—a welcome sign for Deere. The segment’s revenue growth was primarily driven by higher shipment volumes.
In fiscal 1Q18, Deere & Company (DE) reported total revenue of $6.9 billion inclusive of financial services and other revenue, implying a 23.0% rise over 1Q17, in which it reported revenue of $5.6 billion. Deere’s revenue growth was primarily driven by higher growth in the United States and Canada, which saw combined sales growth of 24%. The other major contribution came from the company’s acquisition of Wirtgen Group.
Deere (DE) is expected to report revenues of $6.4 billion in fiscal 1Q18 from its equipment operations. In 1Q17, DE reported revenue of $4.7 billion from equipment operations. The projected growth in DE’s revenue for 1Q18 will mainly come from the acquisition of Wirtgen Group.
CNH Industrial NV, once part of carmaker Fiat, will work to strengthen its balance sheet this year before considering whether to separate its Iveco truck business from the company’s more profitable tractor ...
Shares in CNH Industrial CNHI.MI fell more than 3 percent on Tuesday after the trucks and tractor maker reported a drop in operating profit margins for its industrial activites in the fourth quarter despite a 17 percent jump in sales. The group CNHI.N, created from the merger of Fiat Industrial and its U.S. unit CNH, said operating profit for its industrial activites rose nearly 14 percent to $468 million, but margins fell to 6 percent from 6.2 percent a year earlier. For 2018, CNH Industrial expects sales of industrial activities of between $27-28 billion and a 30 percent rise in adjusted diluted EPS to between $0.63-0.67.Net industrial debt is seen at between $0.8-1.0 billion from 0.9 billion at the end of December.
On a per-share basis, the London-based company said it had a loss of 3 cents. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, came to 14 cents per share. The results met Wall Street expectations. The average ...