Mon, Jul. 13, 9:53 AM
- Remy International (NASDAQ:REMY) popped 42.3% to reach $29.23 in opening trades.
- The stock is just slightly below where BorgWarner (BWA +0.4%) agreed to buy the company earlier today.
- RBC Capital thinks the strategic acquisition will help BorgWarner keep an edge in hybrid technology.
- Previously: BorgWarner acquires Remy International (Jul. 13 2015)
Tue, May 12, 8:27 AM
Mon, Mar. 2, 1:57 PM
- There's a broad rally in auto parts stocks underway after a strong read on sales in some key European markets.
- Sales in Spain rose 26% Y/Y in February, while sales improved 7% in Germany and 4.1% in France.
- February U.S. sales are due to be reported tomorrow by manufacturers.
- Gainers: Federal-Mogul (NASDAQ:FDML)+4.1%, Westport Innovations (NASDAQ:WPRT) +2.6%, Modine Manufacturing (NYSE:MOD) +2.6%, Dana Holding (NYSE:DAN) +2.5%, Visteon (NYSE:VC) +2.4%, BorgWarner (NYSE:BWA) +2.4%, Lear (NYSE:LEA) +2.4%, Lydall (NYSE:LDL) +2.2%, Johnson Controls (NYSE:JCI) +2.2%, Delphi Automotive (NYSE:DLPH) +2.0%.
Mon, Feb. 2, 12:19 PM
- A number of auto parts stocks are in rally mode today.
- A positive forecast on global demand from IHS could be boosting sentiment.
- The research firm projects global sales will improve 2.4% to 88.6M units - a mark that is dragged down by the collapse of the Russian auto industry.
- Some analysts think the sector is setting up to see a delayed demand reaction this year as drivers add more miles than anticipated to their cars with gas prices lower.
- Easy sales comparisons are also looming in the second half for many companies/
- Advancers: Tenneco (TEN +4.7%), Federal-Mogul Holdings (FDML +2.8%), Modina Manufacturing (MOD +3.4%), Superior Industries (SUP +3.3%), BorgWarner (BWA +1.7%), Cooper-Standard Holdings (CPS +1.1%), Delphi Automotive (DLPH +1.9%), Dana Holding (DAN +1.7%), Autolive (ALV +1.6%), Lear (LEA +1.5%).
Oct. 14, 2014, 10:09 AM
- Auto suppliers are off and running after Goldman Sachs issues some upgrades in the sector with a positive stance on demand.
- Goldman's call on the sector follows a positive spin from Barron's over the weekend.
- Gainers: Federal-Mogul (NASDAQ:FDML) +6.0%, American Axle & Manufacturing (NYSE:AXL) +5.7%, Delphi Automotive (NYSE:DLPH) +3.2%, BorgWarner (NYSE:BWA) +2.7%, Standard Motor Products (NYSE:SMP) +2.5%, Gentherm (NASDAQ:THRM) +1.9%.
Nov. 5, 2013, 12:12 PM
- BorgWarner (BWA +0.5%) shares spike after having been down 1.9% on the day following the company's announcement that it expects $2.9B of net new powertrain business in 2014-2016, an increase of 26% over the prior 3 years.
- 80% of the new business is anticipated from turbochargers, ignition systems, emissions products, engine timing systems, and thermal systems. The remaining 20% is expected to come from AWD systems and BorgWarner's DualTronic tech. Turbochargers alone are expected to account for 50% of the increase.
- Management expects new sales in Asia to account for 47% of the total by period end, Americas 26%, and Europe 27%.
Jul. 18, 2012, 10:49 AMShares of a number of auto suppliers move higher with sector upgrades tipping sentiment. A rating boost by Jefferies on Oshkosh Truck (OSK +5.1%) to Buy from Hold and JPMorgan's initiation of TRW Automotive (TRW +3.7%) at Overweight leads the charge. A common theme with analysts is that improvement in commercial and construction markets will help offset defense-industry sluggishness. Sector gainers: BWA +2.5%, NAV +1.9%, FSYS +3.2%, FDML +2.6%, SMP +2.5%, GNTX +2.3%. | Jul. 18, 2012, 10:49 AM | Comment!
Apr. 26, 2012, 9:20 AMPremarket gainers: PATK +26%. HTWR +15%. REGN +14%. NUAN +14%. LOGI +14%. VHC +12%. CTXS +12%. NRGY +10%. EQIX +9%. CRUS +8%. SPPI +8%. INCY +7%. XLNX +7%. WPI +7%. AMRN +5%. EA +7%. MWW +5%. AH +6%. PHM +6%. AIS +5%. AIXG +5%. LSI +4%. TS +3%. UN +3%. ZNGA +3%. FRO +3%. RDS +3%.
Losers: FURX -28%. PCS -15%. HRB -15%. TQNT -14%. ALU -13%. TSPT -12%. AET -9%. PTX -7%. AKAM -6%. AZN -6%. ZMH -5%. DB -5%. HERO -5%. STD -5%. DOW -4%. CELG -4%. CS -4%. CROX -4%. GG -3%. BWA -3%. UNH -3%. LVS -3%. VALE -3%. UPS -3%. POT -3%. | Apr. 26, 2012, 9:20 AM | Comment!
Apr. 26, 2012, 8:43 AM
Apr. 3, 2012, 10:26 AM
Jan. 10, 2012, 11:37 AMBorgWarner (BWA +10.3%) shares power higher after issuing upside FY12 EPS guidance and in-line revenue guidance. The supplier of engineered automotive systems and components sees EPS of $5.35-$5.65 vs. $5.21 consensus, revenues +10%-12% vs. ~12% consensus, and operating income margin of 11.5% or better, which would be a new record. | Jan. 10, 2012, 11:37 AM | Comment!
Dec. 15, 2011, 11:46 AMShares of BorgWarner (BWA +2%) reverse course following a brief dip at the open after UBS downgrades the shares to Neutral, citing its relative valuation. Separately, the stock is due to be added to the S&P 500 at the close of trading tomorrow, and the stock's weakness over the past few days may have afforded index investors the opportunity to do a little bottom-fishing. | Dec. 15, 2011, 11:46 AM | Comment!
Nov. 8, 2011, 1:49 PMAutomotive component supplier BorgWarner (BWA -5%) is selling off after stating it expects $2.5B in "net new powertrain business" from 2012 to 2014, an increase of just 9% from the prior 3-year period. However, Morgan Stanley is declaring BorgWarner a "research tactical idea," claiming the company's backlog is stronger than expected, and EPS estimates will rise. | Nov. 8, 2011, 1:49 PM | Comment!
Sep. 21, 2011, 10:36 AMCompanies related to manufacturing parts for the auto industry are taking it on the chin today, as the outlook for strong sales weakens. Copart's Q4 report pointing to slimmer margins may have kickstarted the negative sentiment on the sector. Can BWA -3.8%, LEA -3.6%, CPRT -3.2%, MTOR -2.5% and DAN -3.1% survive slumping auto sales? | Sep. 21, 2011, 10:36 AM | Comment!
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