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We’re seeing the industrial sector having both weak earnings and demand but why is it rallying now? Seema Mody explains for us.
Joining us on the show is Brad McMillan, CIO at the Commonwealth Financial Network, to talk about the recent turnaround events in the industrial sector.
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Shares of Caterpillar dropped after the company posted disappointing second-quarter results as higher material costs including tariffs and lower demand in China made a dent in its profit.
One of Wall Street’s concerns is the slowing global economy, specifically in industrial companies. Bob Pisani reports from the New York Stock Exchange.
General Electric shares surged Tuesday after the troubled conglomerate reported first-quarter earnings that topped expectations and reaffirmed its 2019 forecast. It also burned less cash than feared.
GE’s turnaround strategy is becoming clear. The company announced plans on Tuesday to spin off its health-care unit and separate its stake in oil services company Baker Hughes over the next two to three years. GE will focus its operations on the aviation, power and renewable energy businesses. “Today marks an important milestone in GE’s …
Analysts express disappointment and concern over General Electric’s turnaround plan.
GE’s move to shore up its finances put it in the Wall Street history books.
General Electric reported third-quarter earnings that were barely half of what Wall Street expected.
General Electric is remaking itself and its not wasting any time.
Billions of dollars are being spent on making industrial machines more efficient and the potential for change is huge.