PNR - Pentair plc

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
37.26
-0.10 (-0.28%)
As of 12:12PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close37.36
Open37.20
Bid37.25 x 800
Ask37.27 x 900
Day's Range36.84 - 37.30
52 Week Range34.50 - 45.70
Volume198,651
Avg. Volume1,239,434
Market Cap6.261B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.06
PE Ratio (TTM)17.52
EPS (TTM)2.13
Earnings DateOct 23, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.72 (1.99%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-07-18
1y Target Est40.36
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  • Income Investors Should Know That Pentair plc (NYSE:PNR) Goes Ex-Dividend Soon
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    Income Investors Should Know That Pentair plc (NYSE:PNR) Goes Ex-Dividend Soon

    Regular readers will know that we love our dividends at Simply Wall St, which is why it's exciting to see Pentair plc...

  • Pentair (NYSE:PNR) Seems To Use Debt Quite Sensibly
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    Pentair (NYSE:PNR) Seems To Use Debt Quite Sensibly

    Howard Marks put it nicely when he said that, rather than worrying about share price volatility, 'The possibility of...

  • Business Wire

    Pentair to Release Third Quarter 2019 Earnings and Host Investor Conference Call on October 23

    Pentair plc (PNR) will report its third quarter results before the opening of the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, October 23, 2019. The company will also hold a conference call with investors at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) that day. Related presentation materials will be posted to the “Investor Relations” section of the company's website (www.pentair.com) prior to the conference call.

  • A. O. Smith (AOS) Braves Headwinds on Solid Growth Drivers
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    A. O. Smith (AOS) Braves Headwinds on Solid Growth Drivers

    Strength in its defensive replacement market, and acquisition benefits are expected to drive A. O. Smith's (AOS) growth. Soft residential water heater sales and high costs pose concerns.

  • Pentair Unveils High Performing Energy Efficient Pumps
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    Pentair Unveils High Performing Energy Efficient Pumps

    Pentair's (PNR) new pumps are redesigned to provide greater durability and usability for the end operator.

  • Business Wire

    Pentair Releases New Commercial Pumps with Enhanced Efficiencies

    Global water treatment company Pentair announces the release of its new streamlined product portfolio of energy efficient pumps for commercial building applications. The new high performance pumps not only exceed the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) pump efficiency standards that go into effect in 2020, but have also been redesigned to deliver greater durability and usability for the end operator. “At Pentair, we understand the issues our commercial building customers face on a daily basis, and the importance of pump performance for a reliable HVAC system,” said Bob Miller, Senior Vice President, Pentair Flow Technologies.

  • Business Wire

    Pentair Announces Quarterly Cash Dividend

    Pentair plc announced today that it will pay a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.18 per share on November 1, 2019 to shareholders of record at the close of business on October 18, 2019.

  • Business Wire

    Pentair Appoints Mona Abutaleb to Board of Directors

    Pentair plc , a leading water treatment company, today announced the appointment of Mona Abutaleb to its board of directors.

  • Did Changing Sentiment Drive Pentair's (NYSE:PNR) Share Price Down By 44%?
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    Did Changing Sentiment Drive Pentair's (NYSE:PNR) Share Price Down By 44%?

    The main aim of stock picking is to find the market-beating stocks. But the main game is to find enough winners to...

  • Pentair Corporate Responsibility Report Showcases Smart, Sustainable Water Solutions
    Business Wire

    Pentair Corporate Responsibility Report Showcases Smart, Sustainable Water Solutions

    Global water treatment company Pentair (PNR) announces the release of its 2018 Corporate Responsibility (CR) Report, highlighting its efforts to make a positive impact on the health of the world with its people, resources, technology and values focused on its mission of delivering smart, sustainable water solutions. “Sustainability is not an initiative, but instead is core to the products we create and the customers we serve,” said John L. Stauch, Pentair President and CEO. Featured within the report are success stories demonstrating Pentair’s contributions as a responsible corporate citizen with its customers and community partners.

  • Pentair Rides on Buyouts & New Products, Input Costs High
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    Pentair Rides on Buyouts & New Products, Input Costs High

    Pentair (PNR) is likely to benefit from restructuring initiatives, productivity improvement and price hikes.

  • Is Pentair (PNR) a Profitable Stock for Value Investors Now?
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    Is Pentair (PNR) a Profitable Stock for Value Investors Now?

    Let's see if Pentair (PNR) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now from multiple angles.

  • Emerson Acquires CIRCOR's Spence and Nicholson Product Lines
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    Emerson Acquires CIRCOR's Spence and Nicholson Product Lines

    Emerson's (EMR) latest buyout will enable it to help customers in optimizing their operational performance and boost energy efficiencies.

  • 10 Most Popular Stocks for ESG Funds
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    10 Most Popular Stocks for ESG Funds

    ESG investing is rapidly increasing in popularity and here are ten of the most popular stocks held by ESG funds.

  • Is Now The Time To Look At Buying Pentair plc (NYSE:PNR)?
    Simply Wall St.

    Is Now The Time To Look At Buying Pentair plc (NYSE:PNR)?

    Pentair plc (NYSE:PNR), which is in the machinery business, and is based in United Kingdom, received a lot of...

  • Pentair (PNR) Down 7% Year to Date: Will it Bounce Back?
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    Pentair (PNR) Down 7% Year to Date: Will it Bounce Back?

    Wet and cold weather delayed pool construction activity in Pentair's (PNR) several key markets during the first half of 2019, dragging the stock down.

  • What Should Investors Know About Pentair plc's (NYSE:PNR) Future?
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    What Should Investors Know About Pentair plc's (NYSE:PNR) Future?

    After Pentair plc's (NYSE:PNR) earnings announcement on 30 June 2019, analyst consensus outlook appear cautiously...

  • With 46% Earnings Growth, Did Pentair plc (NYSE:PNR) Outperform The Industry?
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    With 46% Earnings Growth, Did Pentair plc (NYSE:PNR) Outperform The Industry?

    In this commentary, I will examine Pentair plc's (NYSE:PNR) latest earnings update (30 June 2019) and compare these...

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of PNR earnings conference call or presentation 23-Jul-19 1:00pm GMT

    Q2 2019 Pentair PLC Earnings Call

  • Caterpillar’s Grim Outlook Bulldozes Wishful Thinking
    Bloomberg

    Caterpillar’s Grim Outlook Bulldozes Wishful Thinking

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- As investors pore over every earnings report for the very latest read on the economy, Caterpillar Inc. provided fresh evidence that the slowdown in manufacturing is no blip. The maker of bulldozers and mining machinery said Wednesday that its 2019 earnings would fall on the low end of its guidance range, snapping a streak of quarterly boosts to its outlook. Caterpillar’s pain points were similar to those that have routinely popped up in industrial companies’ results so far this second quarter: rising manufacturing costs, moderating demand and weakening confidence in the prospects for a second-half rebound. After a bizarre Tuesday turn in trading, when industrial companies including Pentair Plc and Sherwin-Williams Co. got resoundingly rewarded for cuts to their sales guidance, the glum outlook from an economic bellwether like Caterpillar seems to have shaken the market out of its reverie.  Shares of Caterpillar slumped about 5% in early trading.Caterpillar continues to expect a modest sales increase in 2019, but that assumes oil and gas markets recover toward the end of the year, and that dealers work through inventory buildups and are able to accept the price increases the company is banking on to offset increased costs. Those assumptions seem tenuous.Dealers’ inventories of machines and engines climbed by $500 million in the second quarter, compared with a $100 million rise in the year-earlier period. But Caterpillar’s backlog slumped by about $1.9 billion relative to the first quarter, implying a softer demand environment. Meanwhile, sales of oil and gas equipment in North America declined in the second quarter, in part because of weaker demand in the Permian Basin. Halliburton Co. earlier this week announced an 8% cut to its North American workforce and said it would park unused fracking equipment rather than chase after market share. The oilfield services provider echoed Schlumberger Ltd.’s expectations for further sluggishness in the region in the second half of the year, even as international markets deliver robust growth. It’s also worth noting that the competitive pricing pressure in Asia that so spooked Caterpillar investors in the first quarter isn’t fading away. Sales of construction products slumped 22% in the region in the second quarter.Caterpillar’s results came as IHS Markit’s euro-area manufacturing gauge signaled the steepest contraction in more than six years and Germany’s factory Purchasing Manager’s Index fell to the lowest level in seven years. A gauge of U.S. factories showed activity is hovering on the borderline between expansion and contraction in the lowest reading since 2009. The slowdown in this sector appears to be deepening and I remain skeptical that a quarter-point cut to interest rates by the Federal Reserve would be enough to motivate the kind of investment surge that could reverse that trend.Elsewhere in industrials, aerospace has remained a haven this earnings season, with strong organic sales growth in the Honeywell International Inc. and United Technologies Corp.’s units that sell engines and aircraft parts. But it’s worth noting that Boeing Co.’s backlog is shrinking. The planemaker  also reported results on Wednesday, and said its commercial backlog included more than 5,500 airplanes valued at $390 billion, down from more than 5,600 planes valued at $399 billion at the end of the first quarter. That’s likely at least in part a reflection of the fact that the embattled 737 Max is now in the fifth month of a global grounding following two fatal crashes. But should aerospace start to wobble, then we’re really in trouble.  To contact the author of this story: Brooke Sutherland at bsutherland7@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Beth Williams at bewilliams@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Brooke Sutherland is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering deals and industrial companies. She previously wrote an M&A column for Bloomberg News.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Pentair PLC (PNR) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
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    Pentair PLC (PNR) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    PNR earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • Were Those Earnings Really That Good?
    Bloomberg

    Were Those Earnings Really That Good?

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Good news comes with baggage for industrial companies this earnings season. United Technologies Corp., Stanley Black & Decker Inc. and Sherwin-Williams Co. all reported better-than-expected second-quarter earnings per share on Tuesday, but each company also gave investors new data points to worry about.For United Technologies, it was the fact that its aerospace businesses seem to be the only thing driving its improved outlook for sales and earnings in 2019. New equipment orders dropped 12% at Carrier in the period and 6% at the Otis elevator division, echoing reports of damped enthusiasm from industrial distributor Fastenal Co. and indications of an overall stagnation in new U.S. factory orders in June from the Institute for Supply Management. Stanley and Sherwin-Williams both left their full-year adjusted profit guidance unchanged despite notable beats in the second quarter, suggesting a cautious outlook on the rest of the year. Indeed, Stanley modestly reduced its expectation for volume growth amid a weaker outlook for industrial and emerging markets. Sherwin-Williams now expects overall revenue to increase only as much as 4% in 2019, down from an April projection of as much as 7%. Both companies think they can make up ground via price increases, but such sales weakness is troubling because Stanley and Sherwin-Williams can also be good proxies for the housing market and consumer demand.Despite the mixed results, stocks of all three companies rose Tuesday. Sherwin-Williams hit a new high and was on track for its biggest gain since 2009, while Stanley saw its biggest intraday gain since December. This is partly a reflection of lowered expectations. Industrial companies within the S&P 500 command a price-earnings ratio of about 17.5, a 10% discount to the broader benchmark’s  valuation of 19.5 times profit. The average discount over the past five years is closer to 4%. Stanley had been down nearly 2% in the year leading up to Tuesday’s earnings report, owing in part to margin pressure it flagged earlier in the year. United Technologies has missed out on a nearly 4% gain in the S&P 500 after announcing a merger with Raytheon Co. that’s roused pushback from activist investors Bill Ackman and Dan Loeb.Generally speaking, though, investors appear to be choosing to prioritize the good headlines over the bad. Pentair Plc rose as much as 5.1% on Tuesday, despite relying mostly on tax benefits to beat analysts' second-quarter earnings estimates and cutting its organic growth guidance for the year. The International Monetary Fund further reduced its global growth outlook on Tuesday, saying a projected pickup from 2019’s pace in 2020 is “precarious,” with the principal risk factors being the U.S.’s various trade battles and Brexit. But for now, industrial companies are drawing on every means they have to keep the boom going, whether that’s relying on the still-robust aerospace market, pushing through price increases and cost cuts, or simply wagering a Federal Reserve interest-rate cut will boost investment.The thing about price increases is they get much trickier to pass along if demand starts to wobble. Stanley is also feeling the pain from the U.S.-China trade war. It now expects a $390 million hit to 2019 earnings from tariffs, currency swings and rising commodity prices, up from $340 million previously. Come 2020, United Technologies’ Carrier and Otis units will be spun off as independent companies, freeing the company from any future underperformance. Currency swings wiped out the modest organic revenue gain at Carrier in the second quarter, leaving it with a 1% decline in overall sales for the first six months of the year, and United Technologies lowered its full-year sales and profit outlook for the division. The flip side of United Technologies’ breakup is that it will be more exposed to an eventual downturn in aerospace markets without those two divisions, something it hopes to offset by expanding its defense business through the Raytheon deal.This willingness to look past trouble spots will be put to the test later this week when Caterpillar Inc. and 3M Co. report.(Updates stock activity in the third and fourth paragraphs.)To contact the author of this story: Brooke Sutherland at bsutherland7@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Beth Williams at bewilliams@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Brooke Sutherland is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering deals and industrial companies. She previously wrote an M&A column for Bloomberg News.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Pentair (PNR) Earnings & Revenues Beat Estimates in Q2
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    Pentair (PNR) Earnings & Revenues Beat Estimates in Q2

    Pentair's (PNR) adjusted EPS guidance for 2019 is pegged at $2.35, at the upper end of its previous guidance of $2.30-$2.35.

  • Pentair (PNR) Q2 Earnings & Revenue Top Estimates
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    Pentair (PNR) Q2 Earnings & Revenue Top Estimates

    Pentair (PNR) reported adjusted earnings per share of 66 cents and revenues of $800 million in Q2, both ahead of the respective Zacks Consensus Estimate.