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|52 Week Range||111.68 - 162.20|
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The Brussels-based company said it had profit of $3.12 per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to $2 per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations. The average estimate ...
WABCO Holdings Inc (NYSE:WBC) outperformed the Construction Machinery and Heavy Trucks industry on the basis of its ROE – producing a higher 31.97% relative to the peer average of 11.26%Read More...
In order to expand its market share in North America, Volkswagen (VLKAY) plans to pump in $3.3 billion for development and production of new models through 2020.
CarMax's (KMX) store expansion initiatives help it boost its revenue growth. However, expenses related to store openings hit the company's gross margin.
Changing consumers' preference for pickup trucks and SUVs to passenger cars and higher interest rates, pose challenge for automakers.
CarMax (KMX) reports fiscal third-quarter 2018 earnings per share of 81 cents, increasing 12.5%. However, it misses the Zacks Consensus Estimate.
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German brake systems maker Knorr-Bremse has hired banks to help prepare for a potential stock market listing next year, people close to the matter said. The company has mandated Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley as "global coordinators" to help organise an initial public offering (IPO) that could value it at 13-15 billion euros ($15-$18 billion), the people added.
German commercial vehicle brake systems company Knorr-Bremse is moving ahead with plans for a 2018 stock market listing, several people close to the matter said. The company has asked Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley to help organise an initial public offering, which may value it at 13 to 15 billion euros ($15-$18 bln), the people added. Knorr-Bremse and the banks declined to comment.
Volkswagen (VLKAY) stops delivery of T6 multivan to dealers after it found that the diesel model caused high emission of nitrogen oxide.
Meritor (MTOR) invests in electrification technology company TransPower, which is likely to provide a competitive edge to the former in developing electrical drive systems.
Ford (F) will start assessing its autonomous vehicle technology next year. The company plans to test these prototypes in a variety of pilot programs.
Nissan Motor (NSANY) gears up to wheel out autonomous vehicles by 2022 in order to establish itself as a leader in the driverless automotive technologies.
In a stockholder-friendly move, Johnson Controls (JCI) announces a 4% sequential hike in dividend. The company will pay 26 cents per common stock on Jan 12, 2018.