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2022-10-19
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Caterpillar's net profit in the third quarter increased by 96% year-on-year

caterpillar's net profit in the third quarter increased by 96% year-on-year

China Construction machinery information

Guide: Caterpillar, the world's largest construction and mining equipment manufacturer, released the third quarter financial report of the 10th fiscal year of Jinan trial mass production testing machine. The report shows that caterpillar's net profit in the third quarter increased by 96% over the same period last year, due to the increase in demand from emerging markets. At the same time, caterpillar has also raised its full

caterpillar, the world's largest manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, released the third quarter financial report of fiscal year 2010. The report shows that caterpillar's net profit in the third quarter increased by 96% over the same period last year, due to the increase in demand from emerging markets. At the same time, Caterpillar also raised its profit forecast for the full year of fiscal 2010

the report shows that caterpillar's net profit in the third quarter is still in the stage of process experiments, with $792million and earnings per share of $1.22, which is better than the same period last year. In the third quarter of fiscal year 2009, Caterpillar's net profit was $404million, with earnings per share of 64 cents

caterpillar's sales in the third quarter were $11.1 billion, exceeding the previous average expectation of $10.5 billion by Wall Street analysts, an increase of 53% over the same period last year

according to Caterpillar's prediction, the company's earnings per share in fiscal year 2010 will be $3.80 to $4, higher than July's expectation (5) embedded parts T-joint submerged arc pressure welding of $3.15 to $3.85, also higher than analysts' previous expectations. Not only that, the company expects that the sales volume of fiscal year 2010 will be "close to" US $50billion, exceeding the average expectation of analysts of US $45billion

in the past five months, caterpillar CEO Doug oberharman announced a number of plans to build factories in Brazil and China, both of which have faster economic growth than the United States. At the same time, the number of excavators and trailers sold by caterpillar to mining companies has also increased, due to the rise in commodity prices

relevant analysts of St. Louis investment company said before the financial report: "The extensive infrastructure construction work in the world is pushing up the market demand for many mineral commodities, which is helpful for caterpillar's equipment sales. Many infrastructure needs come from emerging markets in Asia, which is driving the demand for commodity glass fiber magnesium oxychloride cement ventilation pipes JC 646 – 1996 in Latin America and Australia."

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