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Agricultural equipment maker AGCO expects a big payoff from its Russian joint venture in 2014, and CEO Martin Richenhagen says President Putin will not interfere with his plans.
Mining and farming equipment are getting hit hard, and rating cuts are sure to come -- which is when you could swoop in.
Falling interest rates seem to be keeping a bid under this market.
But I don't think you need to reposition your portfolio on these Syria developments.
High farmer income and strong Brazilian sales will keep farm equipment sales strong, says Andrew Beck, CFO of AGCO.
At these lofty heights, folks are growing ever more bullish as they ratcheting up margin debt.
What do earnings surprises at Agco and CNH Global mean for Deere?
This week's restaurant earnings should offer clues on the consumer and on food prices.
Investors may be underestimating AGCO's ability to grow its earnings.
Martin Richenhagen, CEO of AGCO, says demand for agricultural products in emerging markets will drive profits in 2012.
The strong demand coming from the sector is boosting shares of Deere and Agco.
Being prepared to pounce when the market acts irrationally is a good way to ensure above-average investment results.