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Deere & Co (DE.N)

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Fri, Feb 15 2019

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Deere's first-quarter earnings hurt by higher costs, trade war

CHICAGO Deere & Co's first-quarter earnings on Friday missed Wall Street's estimates, hurt by higher raw materials and logistics costs as well as by slowing trade between the United States and its partners, particularly China, sending its shares lower.

UPDATE 4-Deere's Q1 earnings hurt by higher costs, trade war

CHICAGO, Feb 15 Deere & Co's first-quarter earnings on Friday missed Wall Street's estimates, hurt by higher raw materials and logistics costs as well as by slowing trade between the United States and its partners, particularly China, sending its shares lower.

Deere's Q1 earnings miss Wall Street's estimates

CHICAGO, Feb 15 U.S. tractor maker Deere & Co.'s first-quarter earnings on Friday missed Wall Street's estimates, hurt by higher raw materials and logistics costs as well as by slowing trade between the United States and its partners, particularly China.

Deere outlook for 2019 disappoints amid trade war, slowing demand

CHICAGO Deere & Co gave an underwhelming earnings forecast on Wednesday for fiscal 2019 after missing quarterly profit estimates amid a U.S. trade battle with China that has depressed U.S. farm commodity prices and hurt agriculture equipment demand. | Video

UPDATE 5-Deere cautious on 2019 profit after missing 4th-qtr estimate

CHICAGO, Nov 21 Deere & Co on Wednesday gave a cautious profit forecast for fiscal 2019 after missing quarterly earnings estimates amid a U.S. trade battle with China that has depressed local farm commodity prices and hurt agriculture equipment demand.

Deere's Q4 earnings miss Wall Street estimates

CHICAGO, Nov 21 U.S. tractor maker Deere & Co.'s fourth-quarter earnings missed Wall Street's estimates, hurt by a slowdown in demand.

Tractor maker Deere aims to ride green revolution in Africa

JOHANNESBURG U.S. Deere & Co expects to see demand for its farm equipment in Africa grow 8 to 10 percent annually in the coming years, driven by expansion in key markets like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe, a local company executive said.

Tractor maker Deere aims to ride green revolution in Africa

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 16 U.S. Deere & Co expects to see demand for its farm equipment in Africa grow 8 to 10 percent annually in the coming years, driven by expansion in key markets like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe, a local company executive said.

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