Modine Manufacturing Co.
Modine Manufacturing (NYSE: MOD), Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS), and First Solar (NASDAQ: FSLR) are stocks with news which have recorded big price movements lately. However, it is seldom the case of ‘all news is good news’ for listed public companies. Here is a closer look at these big-moving stocks:
Benefiting from the automotive recovery
Modine Manufacturing -- a supplier of thermal management systems and components to automakers -- has moved up in more »
Quarterly results are often the trigger points for breakouts on the higher or lower side for stocks, and as such, offer a great opportunity to investors to monitor their portfolio’s viability. Avago Technologies (NASDAQ: AVGO), Modine Manufacturing (NYSE: MOD), and Express (NYSE: EXPR) recently announced their latest quarterly results and by the looks of it, stocks of these companies should continue rising. Here is a closer look.
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Trouble in the European economy has posed threats to many industries and punished many companies in the form of declining profitability. Industrials have been no exception. However, in this situation, it will be interesting to analyze how different companies in the industrial sector are coping with this downturn.
An HVAC player
Normally, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) has less to do with how an economy is performing, given that it more »
ACEA reported a 17% year-over-year decline in the European heavy truck registrations in November. The European truck production has the largest incremental impact on Paccar’s (NASDAQ: PCAR) DAF nameplate, Cummins (NYSE: CMI), Eaton Corp (NYSE: ETN), Allison Transmission (NYSE: ALSN), Modine Manufacturing (NYSE: MOD), Commercial Vehicle Group (NASDAQ: CVGI) and Actuant Corp’s Engineered Solutions segment. Total Europe truck registrations were down 17% YoY in November and down 15 more »