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Honeywell International Inc HON Stock Quote

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Honeywell Posts Solid Third-Quarter Performance; Stock Still Discounted

Joshua Aguilar Senior Analyst

Business Strategy and Outlook

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Honeywell is one of the strongest multi-industry firms in operation today. We think the firm has successfully pivoted to capture multiple ESG trends, including the need to drive energy efficiency, reduce emissions, and e-commerce, among others. We predicate our thesis mostly on increased demand for warehouse automation solutions; new digital offerings that promote data analytics in powerplants, as well as remote security management, and energy savings in building solutions; and an increasingly automated world in mission-critical end markets like life sciences. Over the next five years, we think Honeywell is capable of mid-single-digit top-line growth, incremental operating margins in the mid-30s, low-double-digit adjusted earnings per share growth, and free cash flow margins in the midteens.

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Business Description

Honeywell traces its roots to 1885 with Albert Butz’s firm, Butz-Thermo Electric Regulator, which produced a predecessor to the modern thermostat. Today, Honeywell is a global multi-industry behemoth with one of the largest installed bases of equipment. It operates through four business segments: aerospace, building technologies, performance materials and technologies, and safety and productivity solutions. In recent years, the firm has made several portfolio changes, including the addition of Intelligrated in 2016, as well as the spinoffs of Garrett Technologies and Resideo in 2018. In 2019, the firm launched Honeywell Forge, its enterprise performance management software solution that leverages the firm's domain expertise in buildings, airlines, and critical infrastructure.

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855 South Mint Street
Charlotte, NC, 28202
Industry Conglomerates
Employees 99,000

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FAQs for Honeywell International Inc Stock

Yes. HON has a forward dividend yield of 1.93%. See HON’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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HON’s market cap is 142.28 Bil.
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HON’s stock style is Large Core.
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HON’s price/sales is 4.20.
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HON’s price/forward earnings is 23.31.
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HON’s price/book is 8.10.
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HON’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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