Why Pershing Square increased its stake in Air Products and Chemicals
Pershing Square increased its position in Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. from 21.31% in 3Q 2013 to 27.91% in 4Q 2013.
Peer Group Comparison: How Has Praxair’s Stock Performed?
Year-to-date, Praxair’s (PX) stock has fallen drastically, by 18%, while the Materials Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLB) has risen by 7% since January 2, 2015.
Does Praxair Have a Sustainable Debt Maturity Profile?
Praxair’s total debt has increased significantly, rising from $6.6 billion in 2011 to $9.3 billion in 2014.
Why Has the Chemical Industry Started to Consolidate?
Recently, the global chemical industry has witnessed a few M&A deals and started consolidating as the big chemical players were involved in the deals.
A Look at Praxair’s Industrial Gases Segment in South America
Praxair’s South America business operations are operated through its subsidiary, White Martins.
Praxair’s Distribution Network of Industrial Gases in Europe
Praxair’s Europe segment has industrial gases operations in Spain, Italy, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, and the Benelux region.
North America: Praxair’s Largest Industrial Gas Segment
The North America segment includes Praxair’s industrial gases operations in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Praxair: Largest Industrial Gas Company in North America
Praxair (PX) is the largest industrial gas producer in North and South America.