Pirelli shareholders to maintain structure till 2023

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Milan, Italy – Major shareholders in Pirelli & C. SpA have agreed to maintain the tire company’s ownership structure until 2023, they announced 30 July.

Shareholders are to sign an agreement 1 Aug to keep the shareholder structure which has been in place since August 2017, said Camfin and Marco Tronchetti Provera (Camfin/MTP) in a release.

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GM earnings Q2 2019 beats expectations

General Motors beat analyst estimates for the second quarter Thursday with strong sales in North America leading the way. Its stock gained 3% from Wednesday’s close of $40.34 a share. Here’s what GM reported against average analysts’ estimates compiled by Refinitiv: GM reported second-quarter net income of $2.41 billion or $1.66 per share, compared with $2.39 billion or $1.66 per share a year earlier. Excluding one-time items, GM reported earnings of $1.64 per share.

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U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2019 Results

KATY, Texas, July 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: SLCA), a diversified industrial minerals company and the leading last mile logistics provider to the oil and gas industry (the “Company”), today announced net income of $6.2 million, or $0.08 per basic and…

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Prometeon amends & extends senior financing

Prometeon Tyre Group has signed an agreement for the amendment, restatement and extension of its 600 million euro senior financing, underwritten in March 2017, originally with a three-year duration. The new agreement allows the extension of the final maturity to March 2021 (with the possibility to further extend it to March 2022 at Prometeon’s discretion) at conditions in line with the current market.

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Trelleborg notes automotive sales decline in Q1 report

Trelleborg, Sweden – Trelleborg AB has seen a reduction in business from automotive-related customers during the first quarter of 2019, the company reported 26 April.

While sales grew 9% year-on-year to SEK9.38 billion (€884 million), Trelleborg said organic growth slowed at 1% compared to the preceding period.

Earnings (EBITDA) grew 1% to SEK1.38 billion, while EBIT margin fell to 13.8% from 15.1% in the prior-year first quarter.

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Conti earnings decline amid automotive slowdown

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Hanover, Germany — Continental Corp. has registered a 17.1% year-on-year decline in earnings on flat sales for the first quarter of 2019.

Adjusted EBITDA fell to €884 million for the first three months of the year, while sales grew 0.3% to €11 billion, Continental said in a release 26 April.

The company statement did not offer a breakdown of the business performance of its various divisions.

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Michelin shares surge after tyre maker pledges higher profits in 2019

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Shares in Michelin, which also reported better-than-expected results for 2018 late on Monday, were up 7.5 percent in early session trading. The stock was the best performer on France’s benchmark CAC-40 index.

“Michelin is able to sustain premium price points, while concurrently gaining market share – this is the perfect recipe for earnings growth,” analysts at Citigroup wrote in a note, keeping a “buy” rating on Michelin shares.

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Continental Ag: A Speculative Buy – Continental Ag (OTCMKTS:CTTAF)

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Continental AG (OTCPK:CTTAF) is a high-quality German automotive manufacturing company specializing in tires and non-tire rubber products, auto parts, and future automotive technologies like autonomous driving and electric vehicle ecosystems. A confluence of factors, involving tariff threats from Trump, a cyclical slowdown in China, and production bottlenecks from EU emission regulations, has caused the stock to fall by almost 50%. The stock is now very cheap compared to its trading history, but the U.S. tariff threat looms large on the horizon. This article makes the argument for a speculative buy, where large gains could be made if U.S. tariffs don’t eventuate.

 

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Here’s Why Goodyear Tire & Rubber Fell 11.9% in December

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Shares of Goodyear Tire & Rubber (NASDAQ: GT) fell nearly 12% last month, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence . The global tire manufacturer owns a portfolio of 47 manufacturing facilities in 21 countries, but that planet-spanning diversification has turned into more of a liability in recent years.

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David Herro Comments on Continental

Continental (XTER:CON)’s stock price has fallen due to industry-wide concerns about auto production volumes and tariffs, but we believe the company has superior end-market exposures and a lower risk profile than many of its peers. Continental’s tire business accounts for about 45% of the company’s earnings, and we find that it generates solid margins and returns relative to industry peers. Replacement tires account for a large portion of segment earnings and …

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