Shares of Cummins (CMI) were down Tuesday after the diesel-engine manufacturer reported its third-quarter results. The Columbus, Indiana-based company reported third-quarter earnings of $289 million, or $2.02 a share, topping analysts' expectations of $1.96. But the company reported a 12% decline in year-over-year revenue -- to $4.2 billion, vs. analysts' expectations of $4.23 billion for the quarter.
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