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In its second-quarter report, AGCO reported a 10% year-over-year sales ..... latest business update, but we still think AGCO can deliver 4%-5% revenue growth in ..... our reduced 2014 estimates and leaving AGCO with a no-moat rating. Sales declines
AGCO (NYSE: AGCO ): Q2 EPS of $1.77 beats by $0.07 . Revenue of $2.8B (-8.2% Y/Y) misses by $10M . Press Release Post your comment!
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By Jim Mullin : Overview AGCO ( AGCO ) is a leading manufacturer of agricultural equipment. The company ..... relatively small portion of the company's sales mix. Finally, AGCO generates 13% of its revenue from the sale of replacement parts
AGCO stands poised to benefit from South America's agriculture revival.
used-equipment oversupply. Although AGCO is working to reduce its North American ..... the process may take several more years. AGCO 's R&D spending has increased faster ..... still trails as a percentage of sales. AGCO 's R&D cost growth may continue to outpace
share fair value estimate for no-moat AGCO following the firm’s first-quarter ..... pricing challenges, and also note that AGCO sharply lowered its full-year retail sales ..... nonetheless remain lower than 2013 levels. AGCO maintained its full-year earnings per
increases that offset raw material cost escalation. Notably, this performance is still better than what we forecast for competitors AGCO and CNH, owing to Deere's narrow economic moat rating and recent success with new products in South America (where Deere
annual rate from 2013 through 2017, far higher than the flat earnings we project for farm and construction equipment peers AGCO AGCO and Deere DE. General Electric GE The market continues to discount General Electric more than we think is warranted