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The mining equipment industry isn't likely to see an upturn until the second half of 2014.
Now we can expect to hear strategists say they expected this all along.
Several mining-related players and one big name in tech end in the trenches of the stock market today.
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There's more to the 6% drop in Joy Global shares than just lower revenue and profits.
Professional investors with cash on hand dream of days like today, but the price wasn't right for Cramer.
Joy Global is feeling the weak demand for commodities as orders for its mining equipment have declined significantly. In other news, General Motors is entering a new era with its next CEO, Mary Barra.
There are multiple reasons the DJIA could be down today, but anyone who tells you they know for sure is lying.
Many economists are forecasting a rebound in China's growth. Which stocks will benefit? Is it time to go back to classic China plays like Joy Global, or will industrials like Boeing or PPG win out?
Despite matching earnings expectations and beating revenue in the fiscal fourth quarter, the decline in booking at Joy Global remains a major concern.
The pain continues for mining equipment manufacturers as Joy Global is the most recent to report a challenging quarter.
Joy Global (JOY) shares were tumbling during Wednesday's trading session as investors digest the company's financials.