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|52 Week Range||22.89 - 47.47|
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Navistar International Corp (NYSE:NAV) is a well-known company, and those of you who have been around for a while may remember it as International Harvester, which it was known as for 84 years before the name change in 1986. Today, Navistar makes military vehicles, trucks and buses, along with associated parts. The strength of NAV stock is also backed by an emphasis in innovation.
Navistar International Corporation (NYSE:NAV) is trading with a trailing P/E of 143.1x, which is higher than the industry average of 23.9x. Although some investors may jump to the conclusion thatRead More...
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Investors cheered Navistar's Q4 earnings report. But unless profits grow even faster next year, the stock could be heading for a fall.
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Navistar International Corp (NYSE: NAV ) beat expectations with an EPS of $1.36 per share and EBITDA of $268 million in its fourth-quarter earnings report before the open Tuesday. The Analyst Gabelli ...
Shares of Navistar International (NAV) are lower on Wednesday, a day after they popped to five-year highs following its strong earnings report. Part of the problem is a downgrade from Gabelli. Analysts Brian Sponheimer and Matthew Paige cut their rating on the stock to Hold from Buy following the earnings results, writing that it seems like a wise time to take a pause, even though the "quarter was nothing short of outstanding," given the stock's increased valuation. Its work put NAV in position to become partners with Volkswagen, and we continue to believe that the attractiveness of Navistar will be too much for VW to overlook (likely once it spins its Truck & Bus division).
Navistar International (NAV) saw its shares rise over 7% on the day after the company reported better-than-expected results for fourth quarter and fiscal 2017 earnings..
Sales volume growth in Class 6-8 trucks as well as buses in the United States and Canada help Navistar (NAV) beat on Q4 earnings.
On a day the major benchmarks lost ground, McDermott International and Chicago Bridge & Iron announced a merger, and Navistar turned in strong quarterly results.
Shares of Navistar International (NAV) have gained more than 9% today, as the truckmaker’s strong results for its October 2017 fiscal fourth quarter gave investors confidence that the Lisle, IL-based manufacturer had put its troubles behind it. "Our 2017 was a breakthrough year, as we returned to profitability and grew our market share 1.5 points," said chief executive Troy A. Clarke in a press release. The maker of the International brand of big rigs has labored for several years to recover from its bet on the wrong technology to reduce diesel exhaust emissions.
This is a major increase over its losses per share of 42 cents reported in the fourth quarter of 2016. It also came in well above Wall Street’s earnings per share estimate of 64 cents for the quarter, which was a boon to NAV stock. Net income reported by Navistar International Corp for the fourth quarter of the year was $135 million.