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An Investor’s Guide to Top-Performing Stocks for 2020
Overall, tech stocks turned out to be the top performers for 2019. The gain in the technology sector helped the S&P 500 gain 29% in 2019.
What Drove APD’s Industrial Gases–Asia Segment’s Revenues?
Air Products and Chemicals’ (APD) Industrial Gases–Asia segment accounted for 27.5% of the company’s total revenues in the fourth quarter.
APD’s Industrial Gases–Asia Segment’s Operating Margin Rose in Q3
Air Products and Chemicals’ (APD) Industrial Gases–Asia segment accounted for 27.6% of APD’s total revenues in fiscal Q3 2018, expanding by 2.2 percentage points YoY from 25.4%.
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Could Wage Growth Improve as Employment Picks Up?
The US economy is swiftly adding jobs, with the latest addition of 227,000 jobs in January 2017.
How Did Dycom Industries Perform Compared to Its Peers?
In this article, we’ll compare Dycom Industries with its peers. The PE ratios of Dycom, Quanta Services, and Emcor are 35.7x, 23.0x, 19.1x, respectively.
Dycom Industries: Stock Rose 3.2% on Positive 1Q16 Earnings
Dycom reported a loss on debt extinguishment of $16.3 million in 1Q16. Its respective net income and earnings per share rose to $30.8 million and $0.91 in 1Q16.
How Does Fluor Corporation Compare to Its Peers?
Fluor Corporation is way ahead of its ETFs based on PBV ratio. The PBV ratios of FLR, FLM, FXR, RPV, and RGI are 2.2x, 1.4x, 2.2x, 1.1x, and 3.0x, respectively.
Fluor Corporation’s Revenue Fell while Income Rose in 3Q15
After Fluor Corporation’s 3Q15 earnings report, which showed an 8.8% drop in revenue, FLR fell by 1.4% to close at $46.55 per share on October 29, 2015.
ISM Manufacturing Index Stabilizes at 51.5 after a 5-Month Decline
The Manufacturing Index had been declining for the past five months in a row. It was steady at 51.5, according to the ISM report that came out on May 1.
Must-know: Why US job creation is at its best levels since 2012
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the Employment Situation report for April on Friday, May 2. One of the most keenly watched monthly labor indicators, the report estimated that the U.S. economy added about 288,000 jobs.