Capital Goods Electrical Equipment

  • Computers are a key contributor to the U.S.-China trade deficit.

    North Asia will be hit the hardest when U.S. president-elect Trump follows through on his promises on trade, said Goldman Sachs.

  • Dec 14- General Electric Co said on Wednesday it would sell its $3 billion industrial solutions business, which makes electrical equipment, as part of a push to focus on its core businesses. The industrial conglomerate expects to raise about $4 billion from the sale of the unit as well as the previously announced sale of its water business, GE said in an investor...

  • BRATISLAVA, Dec 2- Japanese electrical equipment manufacturer Minebea will build a factory in eastern Slovakia, investing nearly 60 million euros and creating more than 1,000 jobs, Prime Minister Robert Fico said on Friday. Carmakers such as Volkswagen, Kia and Peugeot have production facilities in Slovakia, a member of the euro zone. Jaguar Land Rover said on...

  • LJUBLJANA, Oct 20- Japanese electrical equipment producer Yaskawa Electric will build a robot factory in Slovenia, Prime Minister Miro Cerar told reporters in Brussels on Thursday. State news agency STA reported that the investment was likely to be around 25 million euros and that Yaskawa chose Slovenia over Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland, which were...

  • Electronics giant reports a rise in first-quarter sales but net profits were hit hard due to tax charges.

  • ABB profit drops 70%

    Ulrich Spiesshofer, CEO of ABB, says his company needs to readjust its efforts, especially in China where sluggish demand hit profits.

  • Paul Willcox, senior vice president at Nissan, tells CNBC about their new electronic racing car which will go over 300 km an hour.

  • Short Japan Over Its Business Culture: Ex-Olympus CEO

    Japan has a miserable future ahead of it without radical changes to the business climate, the former chief executive of camera and medical equipment maker Olympus has told CNBC.

  • Eaton CEO Calls for Bipartisanship to Avoid 'Fiscal Cliff'

    On fears the looming tax increases and budget cuts could affect business, Eaton CEO Sandy Cutler calls on policymakers to act.

  • Eaton CEO on Earnings & Outlook

    Mad Money's Jim Cramer, discusses the good and bad news on Eaton's earnings miss this quarter, with Sandy Cutler, Eaton Corp., CEO, saying this is the first time in a decade we missed estimates, but we are still confident.

  • When faced with a difficult market environment, Jim Cramer likes to fall back on long-term themes that have been working. Take energy, for example. The “Mad Money” host noted there has been a boom in oil and gas production in the U.S. Oil-rich regions of the country, such as the Bakken shale in Western North Dakota or the Eagle Ford shale in Texas, are seeing lots of activity. So regardless of current economic conditions, oil and gas companies are benefitting from the recent drilling boom.Of cou

    When faced with a difficult market environment, Jim Cramer likes to fall back on long-term themes that have been working. Read on for his top energy plays.

  • Cramer sits down with CEO David Farr to talk about the quarter and what’s next for the company.

  • U.S. construction has bottomed and China's soft landing is here, Cutler told Cramer.

  • In chaotic and difficult market environments, Jim Cramer recommends investors seek the protection of stocks with serious dividends. After all, dividend-paying stocks pay investors to wait until the market calms and the economy improves.

    We pulled together a list of Jim Cramer's favorite dividend plays. Read on and pick one or two for your portfolio.