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Caterpillar on Pace for Largest Percent Increase Since January, Best Performer in DJIA so Far Today -- Data Talk
Dow Jones · 4h ago
The Industrial Select Sector SPDR Fund Experiences Big Outflow
NASDAQ · 6h ago
Are You Missing Out on These 2 Recent Dividend Raises?
Delta Air Lines recently announced a 50% increase in its quarterly dividend. Caterpillar also raised its dividend by 8%. Both companies are in a strong position to grow their payouts. Delta's second-quarter results were better than expected, but Caterpillar is still in the black. The two companies are the latest to announce dividend raises.
The Motley Fool · 8h ago
Validea Detailed Fundamental Analysis - CAT
NASDAQ · 9h ago
Weekly Report: what happened at CAT last week (0708-0712)?
Weekly Report · 12h ago
Caterpillar: Sales Growth Outlook Likely Overestimated As U.S. Construction Spending Falls
The construction sector was among the top performers after the 2020 market crash. Caterpillar's sales are likely to decline faster than expected in the coming two years. The US energy and infrastructure needs will benefit Caterpillar, but only over a long time horizon. The company's profit margins may remain abnormally high despite its overvaluation.
Seeking Alpha · 16h ago
CAT Quantitative Stock Analysis
NASDAQ · 2d ago
Dividend Champion, Contender, And Challenger Highlights: Week Of July 14
The Dividend Champions list is a monthly compilation of companies which have consistently increased their annual dividend payouts. In the past week, the following companies declared dividends which changed from their previous payout. These dividend growth stocks have ex-dividend dates approaching. The weekly series highlights recent and upcoming dividend related activity for dividend stocks on the D dividend Champions list.
Seeking Alpha · 2d ago
Intel, Caterpillar share gains contribute to Dow's 300-point jump
MarketWatch · 3d ago
Should You Pick Textron Over Lockheed Martin Stock?
NASDAQ · 4d ago
Stocks Soar Near 6-Week High
Canada's main stock index hits its highest level in more than a month. Lowest-than-expected U.S. Inflation data raises hopes of easing cycle in September. S&P 500 retreats from a record as investors rotate out of big technology names. International Battery Metals becomes the first company to produce lithium commercially.
Barchart · 4d ago
Steel Tariff’s Economic Impact: Biden vs. Trump
TipRanks · 4d ago
Will Deere Stock Rebound To Its 2022 Highs of Around $440?
NASDAQ · 4d ago
Caterpillar (CAT) Trades Above 200-Day SMA: How to Play the Stock?
NASDAQ · 6d ago
These 2 Industrial Products Stocks Could Beat Earnings: Why They Should Be on Your Radar
NASDAQ · 6d ago
After 60% Gains This Year Is GE Aerospace Stock Still A Better Pick Over Lockheed Martin?
NASDAQ · 6d ago
$1000 Invested In Caterpillar 5 Years Ago Would Be Worth This Much Today
Caterpillar has outperformed the market over the past 5 years by 5.82%. The company has an average annual return of 18.86%. If an investor bought $1000 of CAT stock 5 years ago, it would be worth $2,449.76 today.
Benzinga · 07/08 20:00
7 Explosive Growth Stocks Primed for Life-Changing Returns
NASDAQ · 07/08 19:50
Validea Detailed Fundamental Analysis - CAT
NASDAQ · 07/08 12:20
Weekly Report: what happened at CAT last week (0701-0705)?
Weekly Report · 07/08 09:05
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About CAT
Caterpillar Inc. is a manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, off-highway diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives. The Company operates through its three primary segments: Construction Industries, Resource Industries and Energy & Transportation. It also provides financing and related services through its Financial Products segment. The Construction Industries segment is primarily responsible for supporting customers using machinery in infrastructure and building construction applications. The Resource Industries segment is primarily responsible for supporting customers using machinery in mining, heavy construction and quarry and aggregates. The Energy & Transportation segment is primarily responsible for supporting customers using reciprocating engines, turbines, diesel-electric locomotives, and related services across industries serving oil and gas, power generation, industrial and transportation applications.