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Carrier Global Corp Ordinary Shares CARR Stock Quote

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We Now See a Steeper Housing Market Downturn in 2023 but Our Long-Term Outlook Is Unchanged

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Business Description

Carrier Global manufactures heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, refrigeration, and fire and security products. The HVAC business serves both residential and commercial markets (HVAC segment sales mix is 60% commercial and 40% residential). Carrier's refrigeration segment consists of its transportation refrigeration, Sensitech supply chain monitoring, and commercial refrigeration businesses. The firm's fire and security business manufactures fire detection and suppression, access controls, and intrusion detection products.

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13995 Pasteur Boulevard
Palm Beach Gardens, FL, 33418
Industry Building Products & Equipment
Employees 58,000

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FAQs for Carrier Global Corp Ordinary Shares Stock

No. CARR does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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CARR’s market cap is 36.35 Bil.
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CARR’s stock style is Mid Core.
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CARR’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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