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- STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS INC Files SEC form 8-K, Entry into a Material Definitive... May 20
- Standard Motor Products, Inc. Amends its Revolving Credit Facility PR Newswire May 16
- Here's Why Standard Motor Products's Latest Report Might Worry You Fool May 14
- Top Rated Zacks Rank Sectors - Screen of the Week Zacks May 13
- Ex-Div Reminder for Standard Motor Products May 9
- Is a Revenue Miss Coming for Standard Motor Products? Fool May 9
- Auto Parts Driven by Cyclical Turnaround May 7
- Standard Motor Earnings Beat Estimates - Analyst Blog Zacks May 6
- STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS INC Files SEC form 10-Q, Quarterly Report May 6
- Standard Motor Products' CEO Discusses Q1 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcrip... May 3
SMP Total Returns Comparison
This total returns chart shows the returns to an investor from both price appreciation and dividends (dividends are assumed to be reinvested). Standard Motor Products is up 181.2% over the last year vs S&P 500 Total Return up 31.84%, Genuine Parts Company up 41.78%, and O'Reilly Automotive up 20.45%.
Fundamental analysis of a business involves analyzing its financial statements and health, its management and competitive advantages. The key financial statements of a company are the income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement.
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The Standard is an Indian brand of automobile which was produced by Standard Motor Products in Madras from 1949 to 1988. Indian Standards were variations of vehicles made in the U.K. by Standard-Triumph. After being formed in 1947, their first product was the Vanguard, which began to be assembled in 1949. From 1955, versions of the Standard Eight and Ten were produced, with ever increasing local content. The Pennant joined in 1959, although it too was curiously branded "Standard 10" and devoid of bootlid trimwork. The Tens and later Heralds and Gazels all used versions of the 948 cc Standard-Triumph four-cylinder engine. In 1961 production began of the Triumph Herald, known as the Standard Herald in India. Standard also built a range of light commercial vehicles based on the Standard Atlas/20, called the Standard Twenty. For these, production of diesel engines began in India, later exported back to the UK for use in the refurbished Carbodies FX4Q London cabs.