Aecom Technology Corp (ACM)
$46.38 0.23 (0.50%)
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Market Cap 7.44B
PE Ratio 40.68
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.10M
Day's Range 46.09 - 46.88
52-Week Range 21.76 - 52.40
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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By Joel Baglole
Keep your eyes on these seven companies that could reap a bonanza from a slew of new infrastructure projects in the coming years.
Materials and engineering firms are next up to benefit in the Trump economy. These stocks could benefit if a big infrastructure bill passes.
By Jeff Reeves
A number of popular Donald Trump plays have no more juice left. Here are 10 stocks to buy that can keep powering higher throughout 2017.
Donald Trump is giving a big-time boost to infrastructure stocks. Here are seven that could be long-term winners under his spending plan.
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Capital goods stocks remained flat so far on Monday on Wall Street.
Capital goods stocks finished up 0.3% on Wall Street today.
Capital goods stocks rose 0.7% on Wall Street on Friday morning.
Capital goods stocks finished flat today on Wall Street.
Capital goods stocks finished up 1.5% on Wall Street on Wednesday.
Capital goods stocks declined broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 1.1%.
Capital goods stocks advanced 2.0% on Wall Street on Tuesday morning.
Capital goods stocks fell 1.1% on Wall Street so far on Friday.
Capital goods stocks declined 2.7% on Wall Street today.
From Seeking Alpha
United E&C, a leading infrastructure engineering, procurement, construction and consulting company, formerly the Power Construction division of AECOM (NYSE:ACM), announced its launch as an independent company and the closing of AECOM's sale of United to affiliates of CriticalPoint Capital."In CriticalPoint Capital, we have found a partner with the industry knowledge and operational resources to support our vision.
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