RECENT Industrials RESEARCH
In this series, we’ll look at the top ten companies in the global steel industry based on steel production, steel consumption, and steel imports.
In this series, we’ll look at 11 S&P 500 companies offering high dividend yields.
American Airlines’ (AAL) capacity grew 3.2% year-over-year in August, significantly higher than its 0.4% year-over-year growth reported in the previous seven months.
FedEx has returned ~34% to investors over the past year—much higher than United Parcel Service’s (UPS) 9.3% return during the same period.
For 2Q17, analysts estimate that Tsakos Energy Navigation (TNP) will see revenues of $109.8 million, compared with the $138 million we saw in 1Q17.
The US steel industry is having a tepid 2017. As the initial euphoria over President Trump’s trillion-dollar infrastructure plans and tougher trade laws died down, so did investors’ optimism for steel stocks.
With slow progress in US industrial output, US railroads have expressed cautious optimism for the rest of 2017.
United Continental (UAL) is facing a mix of challenges around the globe. Let’s look at how it’s coping.
Steel stocks have officially come off their early-2017 highs.
On September 7, 2017, General Electric (GE), the global diversified industrial giant, announced a quarterly cash dividend of $0.24 per share on its outstanding stock.
In this series, we’ll look some small-cap stocks with high dividend yields.
Frontline (FRO) expects the current market weakness to continue in the short term. It believes the market could improve in 2018 as the pace of newbuild deliveries decelerates and scrapping activity increases.
Rail freight data for North American railroads for the 35th week, which ended on September 2, 2017, showed a 0.90% fall in total US rail freight volumes.
In week 35, crude tanker stocks gave mixed returns. Frontline was the worst performer, while Nordic American Tankers was the best performer.
On September 8, 2017, Honeywell (HON) will pay the third dividend to its shareholders for fiscal 2017. It announced a dividend of $0.67 per share.
We’ve seen divergent views on U.S. Steel recently with the stock getting a downgrade and an upgrade on the same day.
Delta Air Lines (DAL) stock fell 3.5% after its traffic release on September 5, 2017. The negativity has spread to other players.
AK Steel stock has been weak for the most part of 2017. The stock made a closing high of $11.11 on January 4 and slid to its 2017 closing low of $5.11 on August 11.
In the 34th week of 2017, US railcar traffic rose marginally by 1% to 272,000 plus units compared with ~269,500 railcars in the corresponding week last year.
For the crude tanker industry, week 34 ended on August 25, 2017. The BDTI rose from 621 to 643. The index remained constant in week 33.