Roper Industries Inc
Dividend Yield of Stanley Black & Decker
Stanley Black & Decker’s (SWK) PE ratio of 21.1x is pitted against a sector average of 29.3x. The dividend yield of 1.8% is pitted against a sector average of 1.6%.
Oil and Gas Industry Haunts Roper Technologies’ 2Q16 Revenue
Roper Technologies’ (ROP) 2Q16 revenue was $934 million, nearly 2.1% below Market consensus of $954 million.
Why Roper Technologies Fell Short of Market Expectations in 2Q16
Roper Technologies (ROP) announced its 2Q16 results on July 25, 2016, before Market hours. The company missed its earnings forecasts for 2Q16, sending ROP shares downward.
How Has Roper Technologies’ Stock Fared ahead of Its 2Q16 Earnings?
Roper Technologies’ stock has declined since July 2015, after touching a high of $195.93 per share on November 30, 2015.
What Does the Market Expect for Roper Technologies’ 2Q16 Revenues?
The Wall Street analyst estimate for Roper’s 2Q16 revenue is ~$954 million, which is 5.3% higher than in 2Q15.
More about Roper Technologies’ Industrial Technology Segment
Roper Technologies’ (ROP) Industrial Technology segment has long lead times and provides highly engineered custom-configured products.
Exploring the Radio Frequency Technology Industry
The last couple of decades have seen unprecedented growth in innovative and improved radio frequency technologies, leading to rises in speed and accuracy.
ROP’s Second-Largest Segment: Radio Frequency Technology
In 2015, ROP’s Radio Frequency Technology segment contributed ~28.9% to its total consolidated revenue and ~30.4% to its consolidated operating profit
Is ROP’s Medical Device Segment the Biggest in Healthcare?
Going forward, both research and development and sales and supply chain strategies will play crucial roles for Roper Technologies (ROP) and its peers.
Roper Technologies’ Crucial Regional Spread and Distribution
Roper Technologies’ export sales (excluding the United States) for 2013, 2014, and 2015 stood at $1.3 billion, $1.3 billion, and $1.2 billion, respectively.
Roper Technologies: Recent Acquisitions That Count
Since its inception, Roper Technologies (ROP) has followed an acquisition-based growth strategy. The company has acquired over 50 companies since 1981.
What Is Roper Technologies All About?
Roper Technologies conducts its operations through four business segments based on product type.
What Risks Does Roper Technologies Face?
Roper Technologies’ growth strategy includes acquisitions. Its growth largely depends on its ability to acquire and successfully integrate new businesses.
Exploring Roper Technologies’ Business and Background
Roper Technologies operates through 50 manufacturing locations and 70 sales service and administrative support locations in more than 90 countries.
Understanding Roper Technologies’ Business Transformation
Roper Technologies’ Industrial Technology segment’s revenue stood at 21% of its sales in 2015. This segment’s revenue was 41% of its sales in 2014.
Key for Investors: US Manufacturing Rebounds in October
The US Manufacturing PMI (purchasing managers’ index) rose to 54 in October in a preliminary reading—compared to a reading of 53.1 in September 2015.
Job Openings Take a Cautious Approach in August
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, job openings fell to 5.4 million in August after reaching a new high of 5.7 million in July.
Why the Federal Manufacturing Index Fell in October
With new orders and shipments indexes turning negative, the Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index came in at -4.5 points in October 2015.
Dan Loeb and Third Point buy a 1Q14 position in Citrix Systems
Third Point initiated a new position in Citrix Systems (CTXS) last quarter that accounts for 2.15% of the fund’s total 1Q portfolio.
Dan Loeb’s Third Point buys a new position in Roper Industries
Third Point initiated a new position in Roper Industries (ROP) last quarter that accounts for 2.26% in the fund’s total 1Q portfolio.
Dan Loeb’s Third Point Partners buys a position in CF Industries
Third Point initiated a new position in CF Industries (CF) last quarter that accounts for 3.70% in the fund’s total 1Q portfolio.
Dan Loeb’s Third Point Partners: Key positions in 1Q 2014
Activist investor Dan Loeb’s Third Point Partners LP revealed new positions and sales for first quarter of 2014 in the fund’s 13F filing this month.