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Johnson Controls International plc (JCI)

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71.73-1.34 (-1.83%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
71.73 -0.04 (-0.06%)
After hours: 04:12PM EDT
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    Pat
    Headed for 20% earnings beat
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    August 31, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart, healthy and sustainable buildings, today announced that Sensormatic Solutions, its leading global retail solutions portfolio, is streamlining its store shrink visibility offering globally to combat recent increases in shoplifting, internal theft and organized crime across retail enterprises.
    This new offering combines RFID-enabled detection systems and Electronic Product Code (EPC) item-level data with Sensormatic IQ. Together these systems unify diverse data and insights through a new intelligent operating platform to drive improved shopper experiences and retail outcomes.

    In-store shopping is recovering with increased consumer confidence1, but according to the U.S. Department of Labor, there are 965,000 open retail jobs, creating a challenging environment for retailers that makes theft and fraud easier.
    "Sensormatic Solutions’ new offering helps retailers address the record levels of shrink and fraud, as they face a perfect storm of increased foot traffic and a labor shortage, along with continuing economic challenges and the anonymity of face coverings," said Craig Szklany, Sensormatic Solutions VP of global solutions management & marketing.
    As consumer expectations change and shoppers become more accustomed to the accessibility of online shopping and fulfilment options like buy online, pick up in store (BOPIS), retailers can successfully navigate increasing in-store traffic by having the right merchandise in the right place at the right time offering unified commerce across all channels.
    With inventory and shopper behavior insights from Sensormatic IQ helping retailers create positive interactions with consumers, they can now understand what, when and how specific items go missing in real-time with integrated shrink visibility offerings. These actionable insights provide a new perspective of loss events across the enterprise and allow retailers to target shrink mitigation efforts more precisely while still delivering a frictionless experience for shoppers.
    Bullish
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    Not sure
    Still laughing about the company wanting to buy back my shares at $42 just a few years ago, the funny thing is that that was about the market price at the time (therefore what was my incentive to sell). Glad I held onto them. A 33.6% annual return over the last two years.
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    Todd
    Curious why JCI is so undervalued? Any thoughts? I see fair value around 108
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    Omar
    This is the best most resilient stock ive never invested in.
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    SBQ
    Thinking of buying this stock to hold for the next 2 or 3 years. What's the inside scoop in this company on trying to produce lithium batteries for EV production?
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    Rowdy Professor 👨‍🏫
    Not many reactions here. I researched this company two years ago. I liked what I saw, especially their products that are better for the environment.
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    wooglin
    Use of sale proceeds on deal closed today--$3.4B debt reduction, or a bit more than 25% and buying $8+B of shares seems meaningful.
    Apparently this has been known, but new to me. Plus a bit more added to the total today.
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    Joan
    Does anyone know if Johnson shareholders will receive stock in BBU from the sale of the Power Solutions, similar to the way Adient was handled, or will shareholders only see a change in dividends?
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    Shaggy
    Pretty amazing, how one of America's great companies has sunk to new lows. On the day of earnings, not one post, nor has there been a legit one for eight days, volumes are not even going to meet normal average volumes. Such a sad state of affairs for a company which has the potential to be the money making version of Telsa/Solar City/Giga Factory but failed to be able to figure out how to capitalize on the Building Efficiency Group, Energy Storage Group and Automotive Experience Group, instead they focused on Building Efficiency Group with the acquisition of Tyco and the divestiture of Adient and sale of Battery Group. Simply gross mismanagement.
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    Shaggy
    Even with Credit Suisse and Oppenheimer pumping the stock today, the price just languishes, probably the worst run company in Ireland/America. Having worked here in the 2000's when the company was three business units and seeing where it is now, makes me glad I sold all of my stock when I left the company.
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    TestingTheCat
    Will there be an announcement of Power Solutions being spun off to consolidate focus in next qtr? How does this fit in with AQMS LEAD purchases?
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    Dana
    If any real weakness develops with today's GS sell JCI is a buy. GS is a little late with their recommendation.
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    W
    Time to buy
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    Bill
    Hopefully the price of JCI will go over $40 by the end of 2017.
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    Jack
    Why is it down 24% AH???
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    NiceTry
    Is anyone shocked by this? George Oliver special- cut cost to hit earnings and never grow revenue. Until the point where he has cut SO deep that there are no more cost to cut and that’s what you call- a death spiral.
    Bearish
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    Mike
    With the world's attention on COVID 19, air change in buildings, etc shouldn't this stock be
    "bullish"? I rarely hear anything out of R&D or future developments. Someone give me a reason
    to ever buy this stock. The dividend is not enough of an incentive.
    Neutral
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    Jack1
    Seriously, did someone at the WSJ press the wrong button? This Alex "news" happened 2 years ago. I guess they couldn't find any other bad news on JCI so the best they could do was bring something up that happened 2 years ago on someone that doesn't even work for the company any more.
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    Shaggy
    Wow, I used to love this company, then we get the tax inversion deal with Tyco, the spin off of ADNT and now the spin off of the energy management division. It amazes how this company in its attempts to focus on a single sector has really weaken the company's ability to handle various market conditions. I know people think that the automotive sector is very economic sensitive and lower margins, but the two auto divisions worked well with the BE division as they were the zig to the zag. Not sure about this one anymore.
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