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Monday, November 21, 2016

Caterpillar Retail Sales Decline For Record 47 Consecutive Months

While Caterpillar's CEO may have resigned recently, admitting that he misjudged the business strategy, the stock does not appear to be bothered, soaring by 15% since the Trump victory on hopes an infrastructure push would make excavators great again. For now, however, the woes at the heavy industrial manufacturer continue, with yet another month of declining global sales, the company's 47th in a row.

To be sure, there was a glimmer of hope for CAT coming out of Asia, where retail sales continued the rebound after posting positive gains in the August and September, rising 12% in October, the biggest annual gain since September 2012. This however was offset by continuing declines in North America, the EAME and Latin Ameica regions, which declined by 16%, 14% and 24% respectively.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hold on CAT,Trump will get you back up.

Anonymous said...

The global economy is in good shape.
America's economy is in good shape.

Anyone who disagrees is peddling fiction!

LOL