Shares rose in sympathy with good earnings reports from the company's peers.
Shares of the equipment manufacturer and toolmaker rose sharply in January only to give back gains in February.
The aviation giant's earnings are becoming less cyclical, which suggests a more favorable risk/reward calculation.
Trucking-related stocks did well in January, but, as ever, they're subject to the whims of investor speculation over peak production.
Here's a look at the recent earnings and guidance in the context of the bull-or-bear debate.
The positive sentiment over the stock may turn out to be justified.
The software company looks set for another year of double-digit growth.
The aviation giant is firing on all cylinders as it prepares to ramp airplane production and launch a new aircraft.
The industrial conglomerate's stock soared last month, but what should investors look out for now?
The industrial company reassured investors that its restructuring plans are on track.
Improved sentiment regarding the outlook for capital spending in heavy industries and investors hunting for value took the stock higher in January.
The industrial conglomerate demonstrated improvement in two areas of concern for investors.
The industrial company delivered another good quarter, and its guidance for 2019 may prove conservative.
The staffing company provided relief for investors by reporting an impressive fourth quarter.
The lack of clarity on both near and long-term prospects is a cause for investor concern.
The industrial automation company sounded a mostly optimistic note about its 2019 prospects, but if its customers hit a rough patch, its sales will too.
For the industrial supply company, 2018 was a tale of two halves.
The construction and mining equipment company faces uncertain prospects in 2019,
The motivation behind GE adjusting the Wabtec deal, and why it's good news for investors.
Industrial materials specialist Hexcel has a number of cyclical and secular trends working in its favor, and the stock looks a good value today.