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Cooper Tire & Rubber Co (CTB.N)

CTB.N on New York Stock Exchange

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Cooper Tire & Rubber Names Christopher Eperjesy CFO
Thursday, 15 Nov 2018 

Nov 15 (Reuters) - Cooper Tire & Rubber Co ::COOPER TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY NAMES CHRISTOPHER J. EPERJESY SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER.COOPER TIRE & RUBBER CO - EPERJESY WILL SUCCEED GINGER M. JONES, WHO AS PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED, IS RETIRING.  Full Article

Cooper Tire Announces Planned Retirement Of CFO
Monday, 9 Apr 2018 

April 9 (Reuters) - Cooper Tire & Rubber Co ::COOPER TIRE ANNOUNCES PLANNED RETIREMENT OF CFO.GINGER JONES, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO RETIRE LATER THIS YEAR.HAS INITIATED A SEARCH FOR JONES' SUCCESSOR THAT INVOLVES INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CANDIDATES.JONES WILL REMAIN IN HER CURRENT ROLE UNTIL SUCCESSOR IS NAMED.  Full Article

COOPER TIRE & RUBBER REPORTS Q3 EARNINGS PER SHARE $1.18
Monday, 30 Oct 2017 

Oct 30 (Reuters) - Cooper Tire & Rubber Co :​:COOPER TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY REPORTS THIRD QUARTER 2017 RESULTS; MANAGEMENT UPDATES GUIDANCE.Q3 EARNINGS PER SHARE $1.18.Q3 SALES $734 MILLION VERSUS I/B/E/S VIEW $787.6 MILLION.Q3 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $0.85 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S.QTRLY ‍CONSOLIDATED UNIT VOLUME DECREASED 2.0 PERCENT COMPARED TO PRIOR YEAR​.SEES Q4 ‍OPERATING MARGIN BELOW PREVIOUS MID-TERM TARGET OF 8 PERCENT TO 10 PERCENT.SEES ‍FULL YEAR 2017 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES BETWEEN $190 MILLION AND $210 MILLION​.SEES ‍FY 2017 CONSOLIDATED OPERATING MARGIN NEAR HIGH END OF PREVIOUS MID-TERM TARGET OF 8 PERCENT TO 10 PERCENT.SEES MODEST SEQUENTIAL INCREASE IN RAW MATERIAL COSTS​ IN Q4.  Full Article

Auto loans weaken in US secondary market amid tariff threats

NEW YORK, July 19 (LPC) - Secondary loan prices for US automotive manufacturers and components makers are falling as investors view proposed US tariffs of up to 25% on imported automobiles and parts as negative for the sector.