Joy Global (NYSE: JOY ) declares $0.20/share quarterly dividend , in line with previous. Forward yield 1.26% Payable Sept. 18; for shareholders of record Sept. 4; ex-div Sept. 2. Post your comment!
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rock underground mining. We give Joy Global a Standard stewardship rating. It ..... capital structure. Milwaukee-based Joy Global manufactures electric shovels, dragline ..... mines (through the Joy name). Joy Global generated 62% of 2013 sales from
have decided to sell. Such a reversal may have happened with premier mining equipment-maker Joy Global (NYSE: JOY ). On July 16, 2014, Joy Global 's stock soared off its 50-day moving average (DMA) to gain 8.1% to a new (marginal
relative to the prior year. Mining sales (28% of total sales) declined 7%. In contrast to peers Caterpillar and Joy Global , Komatsu is not seeing a stabilization in aftermarket mining parts sales. This could be due to its exposure to China
Joy Global ( JOY +6.7% ) shares hit new 52-week highs, apparently on speculation that the world's leading maker of underground mining
We are maintaining our $60 fair value estimate and narrow moat rating for Joy Global following its second-quarter earnings release. The company reaffirmed its 2014 sales outlook for $3.6 billion to $3.8
We're maintaining our $60 fair value estimate for narrow-moat Joy Global after reviewing the company's fiscal first-quarter results. Similar to competitor Caterpillar, the firm continued to see
equipment. Metso faces many competitors in mining, including FLSmidth, ThyssenKrupp, Sandvik, Caterpillar, and Joy Global . The company's large installed base (in both mining and paper) makes for a fairly continuous revenue stream after
(Reuters) - Mining equipment maker Joy Global Inc forecast 2014 earnings below analysts' average estimate and said it was difficult to predict when a recovery in the mining industry would begin next...