Shares of Joy Global (JOY) were lower Thursday after the heavy-machinery manufacturer booked lower-than-expected results for fiscal 2016 third quarter. Joy Global posted adjusted earnings of $0.10 a share, two cents short of forecasts. Sales fell 26 percent year-over-year to $587 million, also missing forecasts. The company's CEO Ted Doheny said the company will no longer offer a full-year outlook on a quarterly basis, largely based on its pending acquisition by Komatsu America. The deal is valued at approximately $3.7 billion. Joy Global shares are up significantly on the year, with the company's market cap more than doubling since January.
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