|Bid||0.00 x 1200|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||75.26 - 76.21|
|52 Week Range||44.61 - 79.74|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||33.42|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Boosted by a 33% run, Copart stock has salvaged the Q4 bear market, and may be getting ready to refurbish a more minor pullback and start to motor higher.
In second-quarter 2019, CNH Industrial's (CNHI) adjusted net income rose to $430 million from $397 million recorded in the year-ago quarter.
Meritor's (MTOR) adjusted EBITDA increases 8% year over year to $146 million on higher revenues and aftermarket pricing actions in Q3; partly offset by high material costs.
Johnson Controls (JCI) anticipates fiscal 2019 adjusted EPS from continuing operations to be $1.93-$1.95, suggesting a 21-23% increase from the year-ago reported figure.
In response to increased public pressure to diversify, the last all-male board on the S&P; 500 has added a female director. The Hold Out Copart, an online car-online car-auction company based in Dallas, has added Diane Morefield, formerly of CyrusOne, as board director, starting July 20th, thus making them no longer the only company on the esteemed stock market index without any female directors on board. Under Pressure Big investors have been pushing companies for the past few years to fix the lopsided representation on their boards for years now, threatening to withhold proxy votes if the situation doesn’t get fixed. In particular, BlackRock, the world’s biggest asset manager, strongly believes that diverse boards get better results and has been pushing for more women and all but rolling its eyes at any corporate excuses it hears. California Dreaming California passed a mandate last year calling for all publicly traded companies headquartered there with all-male boards to stop being such sausage parties by the end of this year. In response, of the 94 public companies in California with all-male boards when the law passed, about 60% have since added at least one woman to their boards, including Skechers USA, TiVo and Cadiz Inc. Lawmakers in Illinois, New York and New Jersey and in Washington are considering similar diversity mandates. -Michael Tedder Photo: Adobe Stock
Goodyear's (GT) revenues in second-quarter 2019 decline year over year, thanks to currency fluctuations, lower volume and reduced sales from other tire-related businesses.
For third-quarter 2019, BorgWarner's (BWA) net organic sales are expected to be down 1.5% to up 1.5% from net sales of $2.48 billion in the year-ago quarter.