|Bid||77.46 x 1200|
|Ask||77.64 x 800|
|Day's Range||77.33 - 79.39|
|52 Week Range||77.33 - 102.65|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.65|
|Earnings Date||Jan 28, 2019 - Feb 1, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.40 (1.77%)|
|1y Target Est||112.00|
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United Technologies' (UTX) subsidiary, Pratt & Whitney Canada, gets higher cycle limits approval from Transport Canada. This will help in improving the efficiency & durability of its premium engines
A hacker group has compiled a list of 35,000 chief financial officers, including some at the world’s biggest banks and mortgage companies, so as to target them with bogus requests to transfer money. campaigns, according to the cyber threat detection company Agari, which found a list of 50,000 targets, most of whom worked.in accounting departments. Agari has handed its evidence to US and UK law enforcement agencies.
Stronger demand for innovative products like RS1 and lower tax expenses will strengthen Raven's near-term profits. However, flaring up costs might continue to dent its margins.
Raven's (RAVN) third-quarter fiscal 2018 results gain from healthy Applied Technology and Aerostar segments' sales and lower taxes. However, the bottom line suffers from higher costs and expenses.
United Technologies (UTX) gains from strengthening segments and Rockwell Collins buyout. Split into three businesses, if approved, will be a boon too. High costs and forex woes create headwinds.
United Technologies (UTX) completes the Rockwell Collins buyout and revises projections for 2018. Further, the company intends to split its business into three separate companies.
Sturdier demand for innovative products, along with effective implementation of Danaher Business System to boost Danaher's (DHR) revenues despite certain headwinds.
Crane (CR) stands to gain from growth opportunities in three segments, synergistic gains from Crane Currency buyout, repositioning initiatives and debt reduction moves.
United Technologies (UTX) is on the verge of completing its September 2017 Rockwell Collins buyout deal. It receives approval from the State Administration for Market Regulation of China.
For the past few years, General Electric (GE) has been witnessing falling revenues and profitability, mainly due to the underperformances of several of its business units. The company’s Power segment is struggling to keep up with changing industry dynamics, in which growing demand for renewables and energy efficiency has eroded demand for fossil fuels. GE’s Power segment’s performance is dependent on the gas and coal turbine market.
General Electric (GE) proceeds with its intended separation from the oil and gas business. It has offered 92 million Baker Hughes shares to public and agreed to sell 65 million shares to Baker Hughes.
Increase in cost of sales owing to spike in retirement benefit cost, interest expenses and inflation in the prices of major inputs impede 3M's (MMM) prospects.
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3M's (MMM) rewards to shareholders, including quarterly dividend payment and repurchase of shares worth $10 billion, are in compliance with its sound capital-allocation strategies.
General Electric’s (GE) problems aren’t limited to the power business. The company’s Transportation and Legacy segment’s lighting division has also been in troubled waters for years. Intense competition and train budgetary cuts in several global economies are hurting transportation businesses’ revenues and margins.
General Electric (GE) registered its first gains yesterday after nine consecutive days of falling. Yesterday, the company announced it agreed to sell its Current lighting division to private equity firm American Industrial Partners (or AIP) for an undisclosed amount. The recently announced divestment is a part of GE’s massive business restructuring plan announced in June this year under which it plans to offload its struggling lighting business completely.