Motor price – Seminole Tribe Motocross Wed, 15 Sep 2021 17:41:44 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Motor price – Seminole Tribe Motocross 32 32 Hurricane Ida and supply constraints hamper production at US factories Wed, 15 Sep 2021 17:09:00 +0000 Shipping containers are unloaded from a ship at a container terminal at the Port of Long Beach-Port of Los Angeles complex, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Los Angeles, California, States United, April 7, 2021. REUTERS / Lucy Nicholson / File photo

  • Manufacturing production increases 0.2% in August
  • Industrial production increases by 0.4%; Hurricane Ida harms mining
  • Import prices fall 0.3% in August; up 9.0% year on year

WASHINGTON, Sept.15 (Reuters) – Production at US factories slowed sharply in August as Hurricane Ida forced factories to close and a continuing shortage of microchips hampered production of motor vehicles, but the manufacturing remains strong in a context of reduced inventories.

There was more good news on the inflation front. Import prices fell for the first time in 10 months in August, other data showed on Wednesday. Persistent bottlenecks in the supply chain, however, could keep inflation high. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has argued that high inflation is transient.

“Future growth in the manufacturing sector will likely be supported by low inventories,” said Rubeela Farooqi, chief US economist at High Frequency Economics in White Plains, New York. “But supply issues and shortages remain a constraint for now that prevent a stronger rebound.”

Manufacturing output rose 0.2% last month after rising 1.6%, the Fed said. The US central bank estimated that Hurricane Ida, which devastated US offshore energy production and cut electricity in Louisiana in late August, subtracted 0.2 percentage point from manufacturing output.

The hurricane shut down petrochemicals, plastic resins and petroleum refining plants. Economists polled by Reuters predicted that manufacturing output would gain 0.4%.

The drag from closures was offset by strong gains in the production of computer and electronic products, as well as furniture and related products. But the production of machinery fell, as did that of electrical equipment, devices and components, possibly due to shortages of raw materials, especially semiconductors.

Production at auto factories edged up 0.1% after jumping 9.5% in July when automakers lifted traditional summer plant closures for retooling as they adjusted their schedules to cope with the shortage of chips. The commodities crisis has been made worse by the latest wave of infections caused by the Delta variant of the coronavirus, mainly in Southeast Asia, as well as port congestion in China.

Motor vehicle production could fall in September. General Motors Co (GM.N) said it will cut production at its factories in Indiana, Missouri and Tennessee this month due to the microchip shortage. Ford Motor Co (FN) is also reducing truck production. Excluding autos, manufacturing output rose 0.2% in August after accelerating 1.1% in July.

Factory production is 1.0% above its pre-pandemic level.

Rising manufacturing output and a 3.3% rebound in utilities as unusually warm weather boosted air conditioning demand pushed industrial production up 0.4%. Industrial production rose 0.8% in July.

Mining production fell 0.6%, reflecting hurricane disruptions to oil and gas extraction in the Gulf of Mexico.

Stocks on Wall Street rose. The dollar slipped against a basket of currencies. US Treasury prices were mixed.

Industrial production


Capacity utilization in the manufacturing sector, a measure of how well businesses are using their resources, edged up 0.1 percentage point to 76.7% in August. Overall capacity use for the industrial sector increased by 0.2 percentage point to 76.4%. It is 3.2 percentage points lower than its 1972-2020 average.

Fed officials tend to look at capacity utilization metrics for signals of how much “slack” remains in the economy – how far growth has room before it turns inflationary.

Inflation appears to have peaked or is about to peak.

A second report from the Ministry of Labor showed that import prices fell 0.3% last month after rising 0.4% in July. The first drop since October 2020 brought the year-on-year increase down to 9.0% from 10.3% in July.


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Imported fuel prices fell 2.3% last month after rising 3.0% in July. Oil prices fell 2.4%, while the cost of imported food rose 0.6%.

Excluding fuel and food products, import prices fell 0.2%. These so-called “core” import prices rose 0.1% in July. The prices of imported capital goods and consumer goods, excluding automobiles, increased slightly.

“Inflation took a little rest in August, but the race or marathon is not yet over,” said Jennifer Lee, senior economist at BMO Capital Markets in Toronto.

A third New York Fed report showed its “Empire State” index on current trading conditions jumped to 34.3 this month from 18.3 in August. A reading above zero suggests an expansion in regional trade activity.

State of the Empire

Businesses in the region were very optimistic about improving business conditions over the next six months, with plans for capital and technology spending increasing dramatically.

But challenges on the supply side remained, with delivery time measurement reaching an all-time high.

While a measure of the prices paid for inputs by firms in the regions has fallen, it has remained at very high levels.

“Businesses and consumers are not out of the woods yet,” said Ryan Sweet, senior economist at Moody’s Analytics in West Chester, Pennsylvania. “Nonetheless, we remain comfortable with our forecast that inflationary pressures will continue to moderate, ignoring the temporary effect of the hurricane in September.”

Reporting by Lucia Mutikani; Editing by Andrea Ricci

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Buy cars under $ 40,000 with the best models on sale today Sat, 11 Sep 2021 11:30:03 +0000

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You don’t have to spend $ 40,000 to bring home a nice looking vehicle, even with the average price of a new car above the current number. That’s why we thought it was important to showcase the best cars under $ 40,000.

We have already highlighted the cars below $ 30,000. With this ceiling price, the additional paste opens up several makes and models to buyers, including entry-level luxury cars, Mid-size SUVs, and even long-range electric cars. Here are the favorites of our editors.

(Note: While all of the vehicles listed here have a base Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of less than $ 40,000, some do offer fully loaded trim levels that can exceed this ceiling price.)

2021 Kia Telluride

I’m leaving with a somewhat unusual pick for this roundup, as I recently spent quite a bit of time in the Kia Telluride and was really, really impressed. It is remarkably good. I think he looks remarkably good too, although he’s definitely divided opinions.

The ride is pretty comfortable, but it’s really refined, cradling my passengers a few times. Meanwhile, the 3.8-liter V6 delivers more than enough power and the eight-speed transmission is responsive and unobtrusive, which is really all you could ask for in an automatic in a platform like this. -this.

You can ride in a front-wheel drive Kia Telluride for $ 33,060 including destination, which is affordable considering all it has to offer. Working within our cap of $ 40,000, I would upgrade to the feature-packed EX version, which starts at $ 38,460 and includes Kia’s full highway assist system. Another $ 2,000 gets you all-wheel drive, and then you’re just over the $ 40,000 mark for a big, comfortable SUV that’s as sophisticated to drive as it is to look.

– Tim Stevens

Read our most recent Kia Telluride review.

Toyota Avalon 2021

I tend to like small sporty cars. The 2020 Toyota Avalon is neither of those things, so why do I recommend it? Because it’s a fabulously well-made large sedan that’s an epic long-distance cruiser. Its looks might not be for everyone, but there’s no denying its buttery-smooth powertrain and top-class cabin that are some of its many highlights.

A 3.5-liter gasoline V6 comes standard with 301 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque, delivering plenty of power. An optional hybrid model with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder with electric increase is available for about $ 1,000 more, but unless gasoline prices increase enough to keep its fuel mileage in the midst of ’40s acts as an ointment for its power deficit (176 horsepower, 163 lb-ft), I would recommend sticking with the standard engine.

Pricing starts at $ 36,830 (destination included) for a well-equipped base XLE, with top-of-the-line Limited models just over $ 42,000 before options. At this end of the spectrum, you’re looking at an Avalon luxurious enough to make you forget about that car’s more expensive Lexus ES twin. Oh, and if that’s not enough to keep you in the Toyota showroom, know this: The Avalon has an infinitely less boring infotainment interface, and you can fold down the rear seats as well.

–Chris Paukert

Read our latest Toyota Avalon review.

2021 Volvo XC40

Subcompact luxury crossovers are often hit and miss deals. Some skimp on luxury and style, while others are duds behind the wheel. Neither is true for the Volvo XC40. If I bought a high-end small SUV, this is absolutely the one I would buy.

The XC40 starts at $ 34,695 including destination, and I actually like the lowest best Momentum trim (the same spec as Roadshow’s XC40 long-term test car). Go for the more powerful all-wheel-drive T5 engine, pick a few option packages, and you’ve got a very well-equipped crossover for around $ 40,000. LED headlights, leather seats, a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and a ton of active safety gear all come standard.

The XC40 impresses with its easy-going driving dynamics, spacious interior and high-quality materials. That’s everything I love about bigger, more expensive Volvo vehicles, all in a quart-sized package.

– Steven Ewing

Read our most recent Volvo XC40 review.

Hyundai Kona Electric 2021

The $ 40,000 allocation opens up a new generation of entry-level electric vehicles to buyers, and one of our favorites is Hyundai’s Kona Electric. The subcompact SUV combines generous safety and cabin technology with reasonable space, all wrapped up in a city-friendly footprint and budget friendly. If you want to keep it under $ 40,000, you’ll have to go with the SEL trim.

The Kona’s electric motor sends 201 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque to its front wheels. It’s faster than the turbocharged gasoline Kona, but the heavier EV is a bit slower overall. With no gear changes or revs to build, however, the nearly silent electric SUV should feel more responsive off the line and around town.

Of course, the most important figure is the Kona Electric’s estimated 258-mile EPA range – which should assuage most range-related anxiety issues. With a DC fast charger, the VE can boost its battery to 80% in about an hour. The more common Level 2 home and public stations of 240 volts can recharge the battery with a 9.5 hour charge.

– Antuan Goodwin

Read our latest Hyundai Kona Electric review.

Acura RDX 2021

The third-generation Acura RDX landed last year, offering a number of improvements over its already solid predecessor. More attractive styling, a new turbocharged engine and Acura’s excellent SH-AWD system combine to make the RDX truly interesting. Things are nicer inside, too, with a great control layout, some of the most comfortable seats in the company, and a healthy roster of tech offerings. With a base price of $ 38,825, including $ 1,025 for the destination, that’s not bad value for an entry-level sporty crossover.

A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder powers the RDX, producing a respectable 272 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque. The latter is available from just 1,600 rpm up to 4,500 rpm for energetic acceleration from stops and out of corners, and works with a well-tuned 10-speed automatic transmission. Spring for the optional adaptive shocks and you’ll have a little crossover that can be fun to throw, or comfortable for normal riding at the push of a button.

Acura’s True Touchpad interface with a central 10.2-inch screen is in charge of infotainment, and its use is intuitive after a short period of learning. It comes with navigation, a 16-speaker ELS audio system, a Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities. For added safety, forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist and a multi-angle rear view camera are standard.

– Jon Wong

Read our most recent Acura RDX review.

Mercedes-Benz A-Class 2021

The A-Class is an excellent entry point into the Mercedes-Benz brand. This little sedan hits well above its weight with premium materials, a choppy turbo engine and lots of tech.

Mercedes’ MBUX infotainment system is available on an optional 10.25-inch touchscreen and brings natural speech recognition to the table. Also, I love the augmented reality overlay available on the navigation. It displays navigation instructions directly above the front camera’s real-time video display, ensuring you never miss a turn.

The turbocharged four-cylinder engine produces 188 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque, which is more than enough in the A220 sedan. A Sport mode can increase the response of the transmission and throttle, while the Comfort mode is ideal for everyday driving. Power comes down to the front wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, although all-wheel drive is available for those who live in colder climates.

All in all, the A-Class is a truly top-of-the-range car, far more so than the last generation CLA250 ever was.

– Emme Hall

Read our most recent Mercedes-Benz A-Class review.

2021 Toyota RAV4

Toyota’s RAV4 has been one of the best-selling small SUVs in the world for a reason. It’s simple, sturdy, well built, and priced right. And it looks good too.

The drivetrain options on the 2020 RAV4 might not be the most exciting in the world, but they are efficient and shouldn’t be a big deal for you in the future. The optional hybrid power in a compact SUV is also a great selling point.

The RAV4, especially in the Adventure version, is a beautiful SUV that starts to look a bit like its more off-road capable siblings without forcing the compromises of these vehicles on its owner. It’s a great crossover, and it’s more attractive than ever.

– Kyle Hyatt

Read our most recent Toyota RAV4 review

Audi Q3 2021

The 2021 Audi Q3 is on sale, with some major upgrades, and I think that will give this little German an edge over his competition, many of which are very convincing.

Having sampled the Q3 last year, I can attest to its prowess in the material handling department. Equipped with the same 228-horsepower turbo I4 as the Volkswagen Golf GTI, it should also provide enough power to support on-road handling that invites you to have a little fun behind the wheel.

The Q3’s starting price of $ 35,695, including the destination, gives you solid standard equipment, including a 10.25-inch gauge cluster display, panoramic sunroof, dual-zone, dual-row automatic climate control. USB ports and automatic emergency braking.

–Andrew Krok

Read our most recent Audi Q3 review.

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Best Used PHEVs Under $ 20,000 Wed, 08 Sep 2021 15:22:00 +0000

In late 2010, the Chevrolet Volt became the first production plug-in hybrid sold in the United States. GM’s marketing team, which massively underestimated its importance, could have prevented the Volt from reaching its maximum potential. Unlike a traditional hybrid, you could drive 35 miles on electricity, and unlike a first electric vehicle, you could take a long highway trip without paying Tesla money.

Since the Volt, there have been many PHEVs to follow. Whether it’s something as pedestrian as the Hyundai Ioniq or something as eccentric as the BMW i3, there are plenty of used plug-in hybrids out there that are suitable for a variety of fields.

Vehicles over 4 years old or over 50,000 miles are not included in this list. This is to reassure potential buyers, as these vehicles should have around 4 years of battery warranty. Nevertheless, respect the used PHEVs with longer autonomy currently available.

The 2017 Sonata PHEV is a good option if you are looking for a used Sonata or Sonata Hybrid. Other than that, there is nothing too special. Its interior looks a bit dated and it offers 27 miles of range, which is good, but not remarkable. The Sonata PHEV is a direct competitor of the Fusion Energi, and its dimensions are very similar. It can go 5 more miles on a charge, but since it’s relatively hard to find and costs more, the Hyundai Sonata PHEV takes last place on this list.

Find used Hyundai Sonata PHEV near you.

EV range: 27 miles
Battery size: 9.8 kWh
Total range: 590 miles
Power: 202 horsepower

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If there was a price for the most decent plug-in hybrid, the Ford Fusion Energi would take that place. It is mediocre; but if you are looking for a Fusion or a Fusion Hybrid it would make sense. Like the regular Fusion, it offers a comfortable interior and quite attractive exterior styling. With its meager 7.6kWh battery, the Fusion Energi can only cover 35km on a single charge, which is still handy, but the similarly priced Volt can travel twice the distance on a single charge.

Find used Ford Fusion Energis near you.

EV range: 22 miles
Battery size: 7.6 kWh
Total range: 610 miles
Power: 188 hp

Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid Achieves EPA Combined Electric Range Rating of 29 Miles

The Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid is part of the Ioniq range of three vehicles. Hyundai offers an EV version, a traditional hybrid and a plug-in hybrid. The Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid is the happy medium between the two models. It offers 29 miles of electric driving only, but it can go 630 miles on a full charge and tank. It’s a good option, but the Ioniq PHEV will likely leave you wanting a little more for the price.

Find used Ioniq PHEVs near you.

EV range: 29 miles
Battery size: 8.9 kWh
Total range: 630 miles
Power: 139 horsepower

Honda Clarity fuel cell

Honda has produced three vehicles in the Clarity lineup: a fuel cell, fully electric, and plug-in hybrid variant. While the electric-only variant had an ungenerous range of just 87 miles, the PHEV actually held up fairly well against its competition. It has more than enough range of 47 miles and it produces 212 peak horsepower, but since it weighs over 4,000 pounds, it’s not that fast. Overall, the Clarity is a decent option, but you’re probably better off looking at a Volt and saving the extra money.

Find used Clarity PHEVs near you.

EV range: 47 miles
Battery size: 17.0 kWh liquid cooled
Total range: 340 miles
Power: 212 horsepower

2017 BMW i3

Cheeky and chic are two words that rarely collide, but the i3 is there to mix the two in weird ways. Unlike all of the other options on this list, the i3 is the only one to offer an RWD configuration and epitomizes a carbon fiber monocoque. Regardless of how you think about the look, the i3 is arguably the hottest of the bunch with coach doors, futuristic lines, and an interior and exterior that still hold up incredibly well eight years later. its creation in the American market.

Another advantage of the 2017 (and 2018) i3 is its liquid-cooled battery. The 33 kWh pack can go just under 100 miles on a single charge, making it the longest electric car on this list. The 170bhp rear-mounted motor of the i3 is paired with the battery, making it the most fun car to drive on this list.

For the gasoline engine of the i3, it uses a 0.65L 2-cylinder motorcycle engine. Unlike the Volt and Clarity, this is a true stock hybrid, using the engine to supply energy to the battery when it reaches a low percentage. It’s pretty quiet and the transition is smooth, but there are two drawbacks. The gas tank only holds 2.5 gallons (electronically limited to 1.7), and most i3s that have service issues are those equipped with the range extender.

Find used BMW i3s near you.

EV range: 97 miles
Battery size: 33.0 kWh liquid cooled
Total range: 180 miles
Power: 170 horsepower

Chevrolet Volt 2016

For the 2016 model year, Chevrolet introduced the all-new Volt. Unlike the previous version, the new Volt had massive improvements across the board. Whether it was the new Volt’s 53-mile EV range or its much more attractive styling, the Volt 2.0 was (and still is) a winner. Although it is a mixture of parallel and series hybrid, it works all the time from electric motors. This means that even in “gasoline” mode, you will get smooth and quick electric acceleration.

The Volt is also the most proven option in the field of reliability. The Volt offers the largest charge pad on this list and the pack is liquid cooled. Considering the Volt’s battery capacity, replacements and battery issues are very rare. Overall, if you’re looking for a reliable, high-quality PHEV, the Volt is easily the “first” option.

Editor’s Note: I drive a six-year-old Volt (2016 Volt built in Fall 2015), and in summer weather with the A / C on I can still go about 60 miles.

Find used Chevrolet Volt near you.

EV range: 53 miles
Battery size: 18.4 kWh liquid cooled
Total range: 420 miles
Power: 149 hp


Polestar 2 brings lower prices and better range to 2022 models in Canada Wed, 01 Sep 2021 17:05:20 +0000

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The 2022 Polestar 2 heads north of the border with improved range, performance packages and more attractive prices, the Swedish automaker said on Wednesday.

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The all-electric model will hit the market later this fall with a new single-engine powertrain variation to accompany the existing dual-engine edition – a move that will help bring the price down without sacrificing vehicle options and capabilities. . The single engine will feature the longest range in the Polestar 2 range with an estimated distance of 426 kilometers. In comparison, the long-range dual motor can travel around 400 kilometers between charges.

In addition, the Polestar 2 is offered at a much lower price than its big brother and is now eligible for provincial incentives. Drivers can get their hands on the single-engine edition in Ontario for $ 49,900, and in Quebec and British Columbia for as low as $ 41,900 and $ 46,900, respectively. The price of the twin engine ranges from as low as $ 48,900 in Quebec, to $ 53,900 in British Columbia and $ 56,900 in Ontario.

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“We are delighted to present the expanded Polestar 2 range, which offers an ideal configuration for every lifestyle,” said Hugues Bissonnette, Head of Polestar in Canada, in a press release.

“With our new award which qualifies the Polestar 2 for numerous provincial incentives and the addition of the new mechanical heat pump to support winter driving in Canada, we have the product, the price and the convenience to put Polestar at the top of the list. consumer shopping lists. The heat pump is part of the new Plus Pack and is supposed to extend the vehicle’s range by 10% in colder conditions. The Plus Pack is one of three full suite options along with the Pilot Pack and the Performance Pack.

The Plus Pack heat pump comes with an upgraded Harman Kardon sound system and vegan padding; the Pilot Pack focuses on driver assistance technologies and safety devices; the Performance Pack offers better suspension, brakes and tires, but is only available on the dual engine.

The Polestar 2 is currently available to order online on the company’s website.

Tech stocks are too expensive. Try these 3 cheap actions instead Sat, 28 Aug 2021 11:00:00 +0000

Hopes for a post-pandemic recovery have Wall Street in rally mode, with the S&P 500 reaching an all-time high in August. For existing investors, this has been a good time to be in the markets, but what is a newcomer or someone with new capital to invest to do?

Stocks, by historical standards, are expensive, and popular sectors like technology seem especially expensive. It’s easy to feel like you’ve missed out on the gains and be reluctant to buy at these levels. It is also not very attractive to buy distressed companies simply because their valuation is more reasonable.

But not all stocks are overvalued, and not all companies that missed the rally are struggling. There are still stocks with reasonable valuations in certain sectors of the economy that have been largely overlooked by investors.

Here’s why three Fool contributors believe Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), caterpillar (NYSE: CAT), and Cummins (NYSE: CMI) are relative bargains in a market where few stocks can be considered to be actually on sale.

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This defense titan offers a combination of value and growth

Lou whiteman (Lockheed Martin): Imagine finding a company that has a $ 140 billion backlog of future business, generates over $ 1 billion in cash per quarter, and has a habit of returning that cash to shareholders. Now imagine if this company was trading at less than half of the average price / earnings ratio of the S&P 500. Lockheed Martin is that company.

Lockheed Martin is the world’s largest pure defense contractor responsible for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, Sikorsky helicopters, missiles and missile defense, and electronics. The company also includes a space company which, with annualized revenue of around $ 12 billion, has a massive scale and achieves advantages over scorching space start-ups like Virgin Galactic Holdings which trade at much higher valuations.

Even among defense contractors, Lockheed Martin is a steal. The company is trading today at 14 times earnings, a discount to General dynamics’17 times the multiple of earnings, and it is valued below Northrop Grumman in terms of multiple of sales.

Defense actions have been under pressure for the past year over fears that the 2020 US presidential election will put a brake on Pentagon spending, but one only needs to turn on a news channel to remember the world does not become more secure. And Lockheed Martin is an expert in areas such as high-speed hypersonic missiles and space technology that are poised for continued investment in research and development, even if the United States pulls out of active military operations.

Lockheed Martin, in its most recent quarter, generated $ 1.3 billion in cash from operations and, through share buybacks and dividends, was able to return 129% of free cash flow to shareholders. Investors who buy today see a dividend yield close to 3% and the potential for substantial growth in the years to come, as some of the research currently underway at Lockheed’s legendary Skunk Works facility in Southern California are converted into new contracts. Buying in Lockheed Martin today offers investors many ways to earn.

This industrial giant is making value investors purr

Rich Smith (Caterpillar): “Cheap” seems to me a subjective term – but we can always apply objective standards to it and offer a stock that is cheap –uh than average, right?

For example, it shouldn’t be too difficult to run a screen on and find stocks that cost less than the expensive P / E ratio of 35 which is the average of stocks listed on the S&P 500. To refine your research, try looking for companies whose profits are growing faster than the 14% per annum that the S&P is also expected to increase over the next five years. Finally, to sweeten the deal, consider looking for stocks that pay more than the market average dividend yield of 1.4%.

And what do you find after doing all this?

A Caterpillar material handler in action.

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Caterpillar – who happens to be a very likely suspect of benefiting from Congress’ next $ 1,000 billion (or is it $ 4.5 trillion?) Infrastructure plan.

You see, with its price-to-earnings ratio of just 26.3, Caterpillar costs about 25% less than the average S&P 500 stock. (It’s even cheaper when priced on free cash flow, by the way – only 20.8 times). Meanwhile, analysts polled by S&P Global Market Intelligence estimate that Caterpillar is expected to increase profits by 25% per year over the next five years as the global economy recovers and money begins to flow in the Great Reconstruction. American infrastructure. As Caterpillar is one of the country’s leading construction equipment manufacturers, that sounds like a solid growth thesis to me.

And on top of all of the above, Caterpillar shares pay a 2.1% dividend to its shareholders. Modest in absolute terms, it is nonetheless a dividend yield that is 50% more generous than the average dividend payout of 1.4% on the S&P 500 – and much better than the 0% yield you will get from the S&P 500. Most technology stocks.

An engine manufacturer for the transport of tomorrow

Rich Duprey (Cummins): Engine maker Cummins failed to keep up with the gains made by the Broad Market Index over the summer, so even though stocks are up 5% since the start of the year, its stock is lower than the 20% rise of the S&P 500.

Much of the concern surrounding Cummins has been the computer chip shortage that has plagued much of the auto industry. Although Cummins engines primarily help drive heavy trucks, not cars, they do provide Stellantis Motor vans as well as those for light commercial vehicles in several foreign markets.

The pandemic crushed Cummins’ business last year and as it begins to revive its growth engine, COVID-19 variants, supply chain delays and chip shortages continue to weigh on its performance. .

Still, second-quarter revenue jumped 59% to $ 6.1 billion as the North American market came back to life with a 75% year-over-year gain. Chairman and CEO Tom Linebarger told investors: “Strong demand in many of our key markets has resulted in continued sales growth in the second quarter, particularly in North America, and has resulted in strong profitability,” emphasizing the $ 600 million in net profit by generally accepted estimates. Cummins accounting principles (GAAP) generated during the period.

Yet far more than your regular diesel truck engines, Cummins has become a leader in hydrogen fuel cell technology, and has recently partnered with the oil giant. Chevron develop low carbon fuel cell infrastructure for vehicles and industry. They will explore how to implement hydrogen capabilities at the oil giant’s facilities, and Cummins said it is also exploring the development of an internal combustion engine powered by hydrogen.

In the same vein, Cummins is building an electrolyzer plant in Spain to produce hydrogen and is helping French rail manufacturer Alstom expand its Coradia iLint fuel cell passenger train to hydrogen in Poland.

At just 12 times earnings estimates, Cummins is trading at a fraction of what its long-term earnings growth rate is expected to and at 17 times the free cash flow it produces. The pandemic will pass, supply lines will straighten out, and the chip shortage will eventually go away, leaving Cummins on the path to greater growth.

This article represents the opinion of the author, who may disagree with the “official” recommendation position of a premium Motley Fool consulting service. We are heterogeneous! Challenging an investment thesis – even one of our own – helps us all to think critically about investing and make decisions that help us become smarter, happier, and richer.

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  • Market Live: बाजार ऊपरी स्तर से दिखा दबाव, Sensex-Nifty कर रहे फ्लैट कारोबार, Pharma, Bank शेयरों में दबाव

  • मार्केट के 3 खिलाड़ियों के बीच मुकाबले का तीसरा दिन, सिर्फ दो दिनों में मिल 9% रिटर्न

  • Hot stocks: टर्म में ये स्टॉक करा सकते हैं डबल डिजिट कमाई, क्या हैं आपके पास

  • Business Spotlight: फिनसर्व, बजाज फाइनेंस और Affle India ने कराई जोरदार कमाई, जानें निकलें या बनें रहें

  • राकेश झुनझुनवाला ने Canara Bank में 1.59% ली, जानिए किस भाव पर लिया शेयर

  • के प्राइसेज में 4 दिनों की तेजी के बड़ी गिरावट, सिल्वर पर भी प्रेशर

  • SBI Life, HDFC Life और ICICI Pru पर ब्रोकरेजेस से जानें खरीदें, बेचें या करें होल्ड

  • Zomato?

  • IIFL के डायरेक्टर संजीव भसीन ने गैस और कंज्यूमर सेक्टर के इन दो स्टॉक्स पर लगाया दांव

  • UP: किसान आंदोलन के चलते 40 ट्रेनें रद्द, 21 ट्रेनें बीच रास्ते में स्थगित

  • 5000 रुपये महीना पेंशन मिलती है इस सरकारी स्कीम में, जानें क्या आप कर सकते हैं अप्लाई

  • RBI ने NPCI के एकाधिकार को समाप्त करने वाला नया पेमेंट नेटवर्क प्लान टाला

  • Maharashtra: पुलिस ने केंद्रीय मंत्री नारायण राणे को भेजा समन, CM उद्धव को लेकर दिया था विवादित बयान

  • ICICI TELECOM BANK पर क्या है दिग्गज ब्रोकरेज हाउसेज की निवेश राय

name Price Switch % variation
Sbi 416.50 -1.10 -0.26
Indiabulls Hsg 225.90 1.00 0.44
Ntpc 114.10 0.15 0.13
Cafe Tata 199.80 3.20 1.63




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