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Caterpillar (CAT) closed at $255.97 in the latest trading session, marking a +0.31% move from the prior day.
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Komatsu, the world's second-largest construction machinery maker after Caterpillar Inc, plans to raise prices and slash costs as it expects the yen to firm next year, its chief executive said on Wednesday. "I'm not probably mistaken to say that the yen will be swinging to the firming side next year," Komatsu CEO Hiroyuki Ogawa said in an online interview with a group of reporters. In October, Komatsu, which also competes with China's Sany Heavy Industry and Tokyo-based Hitachi Construction Machinery, raised its net profit forecast for the year to March 2024 by 14% due mainly to the yen's weakness.
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Caterpillar is investing in recycling technology developer Nth Cycle as part of a push to boost the reuse of metals used to make batteries and construction equipment. The investment, announced on Monday, comes as part of a $44 million Series B round of financing in privately-held Nth Cycle, which is among a crop of firms racing to commercialize recycling methods for the green energy transition. Massachusetts-based Nth Cycle's technology, designed to be used in a portable system it has branded 'Oyster,' utilizes an electrochemical process to selectively extract nickel and cobalt from scrap, batteries or mined rock.
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This content was produced in Russia, where the law restricts coverage of Russian military operations in Ukraine. MOSCOW, Nov 27 (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin has approved the purchase of the Russian assets of Caterpillar by a Russian company called PSK - New Solutions, according to a presidential decree published on Monday. The decree did not disclose the value of Caterpillar's Russian business.
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U.S. companies borrowed 8% less to finance equipment investments in October compared to a year ago as some businesses felt the impact of high interest rates, industry body Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) said on Monday. Washington-based ELFA reports on the economic activity for the nearly $1-trillion equipment finance sector and surveys banks like the Bank of America and financing affiliates of equipment makers like Caterpillar, Dell Technologies DELL.N, Siemens AG, Canon Inc and Volvo AB . "Despite a set of sound metrics in the U.S. economy, participants report slight increases in both losses and delinquencies," ELFA CEO Ralph Petta said.
AmeraMex International, Inc. (OTC:AMMX), a provider of heavy equipment for logistics companies, infrastructure construction and forestry conservation, announced that it has received equipment orders totaling approximately $447,000.
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