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Auto demand hasn't yet peaked
Auto demand hasn't yet peaked

04/28/16 - 04:23 PM EDT

The U.S. consumer remains healthy enough to keep buying, and growth elsewhere around the globe is heating up to offset any eventual weakness

Ford Puts Pedal to Floor Thanks to Strong Truck Sales

The automaker tops first-quarter estimates on strong truck sales and a recovery in Europe. Ford tells analysts it's pushing forward with EV plans.

Dow Chemical Sees Promise in Key Markets Ahead of $130B DuPont Merger

The company beat on earnings and revenue thanks to stabilization in key markets and a focus on cost cuts.

Would United be Stronger if Divided?
Would United be Stronger if Divided?

04/27/16 - 05:22 PM EDT

The airline's chronic underachievement is seen by some as a sign of structural issues that can't be resolved without pullbacks and divestitures.

Investors Look Past Boeing's Quarterly Turbulence Thanks to Strong Commercial Demand

The company reaffirms full-year guidance despite more than $150 million in unexpected charges, easing concerns about the aerospace titan's future.

Earnings Make Case United Technologies Can Thrive On Its Own

United Technologies beats estimates and says 2016 is on track, delivering solid results after rejecting a $90 billion bid from Honeywell

Lockheed Martin Delivers Investors Reason for Optimism

Lockheed surprises with a revenue beat and higher guidance for the rest of 2016, raising confidence the defense giant will navigate what was supposed to be a year of transition.

DuPont Clamps Down on Expenses Ahead of Mega-Merger

The company shrinks corporate expenses by 44% year over year, helping to generate an earnings beat despite revenue weakness.

Caterpillar Sees Bottom but Optimism Could Be Premature

Caterpillar lowers guidance for 2016 because of weakness in commodities and in China. It says brighter days are ahead but it remains to be seen how quickly sales can recover.

American Airlines Challenges Investors to Look Past Near-Term Revenue Issues

Shares of American trade down Friday despite an earnings beat on soft second-quarter revenue projections. Management believes the longer-term outlook for the company is bright.

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