Deere (DE) released its fiscal 4Q16 earnings on November 23, 2016. It reported diluted EPS of $0.90 and crushed consensus estimates by $0.50.
Among the ratings listed in Thomson Reuters, ten analysts have a “hold” rating on Jacobs Engineering, five have a “buy” rating, and two have a “sell” rating.
After Donald Trump won the US presidential election, Jacobs Engineering (JEC) rose 9% on November 9. For now, the benefits are just speculation.
Jacobs Engineering’s backlog position rose by $440 million sequentially to $18.8 billion in 4Q16. It’s just 2% shy of the previous record of $19.1 billion.
In the 4Q16 earnings call, Jacobs Engineering provided its initial guidance for the adjusted EPS and a brief overview of the prevailing market conditions.
Jacobs Engineering Group declared its 4Q16 and fiscal 2016 results on November 22. It reported adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $0.77.
Investors who took positions in Deere & Company (DE) at the beginning of 2016 would have made a 19.8% return on their investments as of November 11, 2016.
Based on the monthly retail figures, two-wheel drive tractors have reported decent YoY (year-over-year) gains in the United States and Canada throughout 2016.
Monthly retail figures for construction equipment sales released by Deere & Company and Caterpillar show a continued fall, despite the upturn in construction in 2016.
During his election campaign, Donald Trump’s brash talk about deporting immigrant laborers was persistent, much to the chagrin of even conservative farming communities.
Farmers are wary of Trump’s vehement opposition to trade deals and some of the protectionist policies he put forward during his campaign.
Purdue University’s agriculture economy barometer measures producer sentiment and the health of the agriculture economy based on a monthly survey of 400 US producers.
After a stellar fiscal 3Q16, Deere & Company (DE) upgraded its fiscal 2016 net income guidance by $150 million to $1.4 billion.
Deere & Company, the world’s largest manufacturer of tractors and harvesting combines, is scheduled to declare its earnings for fiscal 4Q16 on November 23, 2016.
President-elect Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan relies mostly on private spending. It also supports investment in the transportation, clean water, utilities and security infrastructure, and telecommunications sectors.
The results of the US presidential election held on November 8 will put maverick billionaire Donald Trump in the Oval Office on January 20, 2017. A large number of US stocks gained on this news, anticipating weaker regulations than if Hillary Clinton had been elected.
Among the analysts surveyed by Bloomberg, three rated Rockwell Automation (ROK) as a “buy,” 15 rated it as a “hold,” and five rated it as a “sell.”
Rockwell Automation maintains that oil prices have recovered since the beginning of 2016, and most of its business in the heavy industries end market is expected to stabilize.
Rockwell Automation’s (ROK) sales in fiscal 4Q16 fell 4.3% to $1.5 billion, led by an organic fall of 4% and a 70-basis-point impact of currency translations.
Rockwell Automation (ROK), one of the world’s largest industrial automation companies, declared its fiscal 4Q16 results on November 7, 2016.