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    Chicago Bridge & Iron Stock: How It’s Performing

    As of November 24, 2017, CBI stock has fallen 51% YTD due to earnings misses and a fall in profits.

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    More about KBR’s Major Clients

    Clients and their sectors KBR (KBR) has a diverse customer base. According to KBR, its customers are “domestic and foreign governments, international and national oil and gas companies, independent refiners, petrochemical producers, fertilizer producers and manufacturers.” Revenue from overseas operations represented 63%, 57%, and 51% of KBR’s total revenue in 2014, 2015, and 2016, respectively. In this part, we’ll look at […]

    By Alexis Tate
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    Why Analysts Expect Honeywell’s Revenues to Fall in 2Q17

    Honeywell signed an agreement with VietJet Air to supply 98 auxiliary power units to its fleet of 135 Airbus A320s. The deal was valued at $100 million, which includes maintenance services for 12 years.

    By Peter Neil
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    KBR Stock: Performance and Outlook

    KBR has an assorted mix of business portfolios, which helps it combat cyclicality associated with any single market.

    By Alexis Tate
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    How Well Is KBR Handling Its Short-Term Obligations?

    As of September 30, 2017, KBR (KBR) had a total debt of $2.7 billion against $3.4 billion at the end of fiscal 2016. Nearly $1.2 billion of that is currently payable.

    By Alexis Tate
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    An Introduction to KBR

    KBR (KBR), headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a comprehensive professional service and technology provider.

    By Alexis Tate
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    Understanding KBR’s Business Segments

    Business segments KBR’s (KBR) business is classified into three core segments (government services, technology and consulting, and engineering and construction) and two non-core segments (non-strategic business and other business). Government services The government service segment’s primary focus is providing support solutions to US, UK, and Australian government agencies. According to KBR’s Form 10-K, the segment offers “full […]

    By Alexis Tate
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    A Look at KBR’s Subsidiaries

    Primary subsidiaries Previously, we discussed various acquisitions completed by KBR (KBR). Let’s now take a look at some of KBR’s subsidiaries and how they fit into the big picture for the company. Energy and construction Granherne, a KBR technology and engineering subsidiary, operates in the oil and gas industry. Granherne provides front-end engineering and design services […]

    By Alexis Tate
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    More about KBR’s Recent Strategic Acquisitions

    Consulting and technical services On January 12, 2016, KBR (KBR) acquired three of Chematur Technologies’ engineering subsidiaries—Weatherly, Plinke, and Chematur Ecoplanning Oy—for $24.5 million. Chematur is a Swedish chemical engineering company specializing in bioethylene technologies. It is owned by China-based aniline trader and producer Connell Chemical Industry. Through subsidiary Brown & Root Industrial Services, KBR acquired MEI […]

    By Alexis Tate
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    Understanding KBR’s Inorganic Growth

    KBR’s acquisitions In 2016, four significant acquisitions were made by KBR (KBR) to reorganize its technology business, industrial maintenance welding, and government services under suitable market segments. In this part, we’ll look at KBR’s government service business expansion. Wyle acquisition On July 5, 2016, KBR acquired Wyle for $579 million, using nearly $200 million in […]

    By Alexis Tate
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    Chicago Bridge & Iron: Highly Leveraged Compared to Peers

    As of September 30, 2017, Chicago Bridge & Iron (CBI) had a total debt of $2.1 billion against $2.2 billion at the end of fiscal 2016.

    By Alexis Tate
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    How Ventas’s Dividend Yield Compares

    Revenue and earnings Ventas (VTR) is a major REIT in the United States and Canada. The company’s revenue growth slowed from 18% in 2015 to just 5% in 2016. The growth was driven by all of its segments, through resident fees and services, office building and other service revenue, and income from loans and investments, […]

    By Amanda Lawrence
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