Here's one company that can generate significant earnings growth without too much help from end markets in the next few years.
The penetrating-oil manufacturer dispelled fears over its trajectory with a good set of earnings.
The distributor saw slowing end-market conditions constrain its growth in the second quarter.
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The machine vision company is seeing weakness in its two most important end markets.
The company's margin performance is feeling the impact.
The engineering software company's earnings report wasn't without blemishes, but its growth prospects look good.
Looking beyond the current problems with the 737 MAX, the company seems very well positioned.
The industrial giant continues to outperform its peers, but signs of weakness are creeping in.
The stock is a safe place to hide in an uncertain environment.
A slowdown in industrial spending won't hold back earnings too much in 2019.
The IT network security company executed better in its most important market in the second quarter.
The leading staffing company saw end-market conditions improving through the quarter -- good news for the U.S. economy.
Shares have had a great run in 2019, but are recent results enough to propel them higher?
It was a disappointing set of earnings, but is the stock worth buying now, or should investors dump it?
Let's analyze the longer-term outlook for General Electric and explain the near-term headwinds.
The industrial supply companies' results had a lot to say about the outlook for the upcoming quarterly reports -- not all of it good.
The need to keep groceries fresh is a key part of the growth of online grocery shopping.
The sustainable water consultancy continues to beat expectations, and its backlog promises lots of growth to come.
GE Power's problems may turn out to be cyclical rather than structural -- potentially good news for investors.