Jacobs Engineering Group Inc

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    Jacobs Engineering Has Been a Super Stock in 2016

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    Analyzing JEC’s Backlog Position and Restructuring Actions

    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.

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    How Does Jacobs Engineering Look for Fiscal 2017?

    In the 4Q16 earnings call, Jacobs Engineering provided its initial guidance for the adjusted EPS and a brief overview of the prevailing market conditions.

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    Jacobs Engineering Posts the Highest Annual Free Cash Flows

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    How Does Jacobs Engineering Group Compare to Its Peers?

    The First Trust ISE Global Construction and Engineering ETF (FLM) invests 2.9% of its holdings in Jacobs Engineering Group.

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    Why Did Jacobs Engineering Group’s Income Fall in 4Q15?

    Jacobs Engineering Group (JEC) has a market cap of $5.4 billion. The company’s year-to-date price movement was a mix of rises and falls in fiscal 2015.

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    Weak Economic Reports Took Down SPY’s Major Sectors

    The Durable Goods Order report was released on Tuesday, October 27. It showed a contraction in the orders for the factory sector.

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