|Day Low/High||20.95 / 21.60|
|52 Wk Low/High||7.36 / 28.32|
Manitowoc has been a weak stock for a long time.
Carl Icahn had plenty of reasons to reduce his stake in the crane making company even before Trump's tariff talk.
These stocks remain among the best places to be.
Boeing, Caterpillar and Illinois Tool Works are just a few of the companies benefiting.
Manitowoc Foodservice finally started trading as a standalone company Friday after being separated from the crane-making company.
Chinese buyers are showing a growing interest in the beaten down industrial sector, and the latest target to enter the spotlight is U.S. crane maker Terex.
They are a diverse group that could work well as a basket.
Its products are superb. But nobody wants them right now.
Let's start by taking a peek at the overnight and early-morning price action of the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures -4; Nasdaq futures -; Nikkei schmeissed for second day in a row, -3% and at the lowest level in three weeks (is Abe ret...
URS and Manitowoc show strong growth potential and valuation in the mid-cap space.
Depsite an intriguing insider purchase, this machinery name doesn't seem like a safe bet right now.
Manitowoc CEO Glen Tellock says the company's flexibility has enabled it to last 110 years.
Breakout Stocks Portfolio Manager Bryan Ashenberg reviews his bullish take on United Rentals.