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U.S. Day Ahead: Deere results could show drought impact

Tuesday, 20 Nov, 2012 - 02:13

Nov 20 - Deere, the world's largest agricultural equipment maker, is set to see higher profits from last year although that could be tempered by last summer’s severe drought.

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What is different 24 hour can Maine back pretty deep as the iPad doesn't have a parent here in the US and if it -- on the left. And guess what. The market sending the Dow down. It was tough out there masters again not every holiday cheer when -- report before the the world's largest agricultural equipment maker is at his -- higher profits from last year. All and he might not be as strong as expected because of last summer's severe drought shareholder will want to know whether the company will dig too optimistic outlook sales rising by about. 13%. 2012 the market seemed impressed Deere shares are up about 80%. -- We'll sticking with machinery we take the manufacturing wouldn't get flashes of purchasing managers index out in the morning. I have -- as expected he almost no in November. As a bigger hovered just above fifty below that level means that your history and he -- aren't as heavy industry is sent to. Eight week until around and made it 2013. Keep an eye on another number and value left Hewlett-Packard's -- the question how -- they go. HP and and the day tumbling twelve prevent cementing his status as the worst performing companies in the Dow is here -- This after you tell me I billion dollar hit on it autonomy acquisition -- -- -- -- regularity. One may bear has already slashed the price target on the stock from the eighteen dollars to thirteen dollars. And your day ahead if it's 43 point six. Million that the number parent kids who hit the road and take to the air for the Thanksgiving holiday according to -- late. Wednesday is seen as the start of that holiday period. The total is slightly above last year's Turkey -- -- another time to recovery and slowly picking up steam. On that now it's President Obama -- -- pardoned one Turkey Wednesday. We aren't forgiving and get -- piece on the -- -- who could feel the heat if they pretty stellar sales -- the holidays. Thank you stay with insider ready TV for more on the market movers and I'm putting mom this is traders and.

U.S. Day Ahead: Deere results could show drought impact

Tuesday, 20 Nov, 2012 - 02:13

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