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This Could Be The Trough For Crane

Apr. 07, 2021 4:05 AM ETCrane Company (CR)2 Comments
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  • CR's quarterly revenue fell 13% Y/Y. Aerospace & Electronics fell the hardest, down 29%.
  • EBITDA fell over 35% as the decline in scale hurt margins. Cost containment efforts could help stabilize EBITDA this year.
  • Management believes the business may have hit a trough, and will improve as the economy slowly reopens.
  • CR is up 75% Y/Y, so the upside in the stock may have occurred already. I rate CR a hold.
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