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Deere & Co. tops estimates

22 May 2022 By Klavs Valters


Deere & Co. (DE) reported its financial results on Friday for the second quarter ended May 1, 2022.

The American manufacturer of farm machinery and industrial equipment reported revenue of $13.37 billion in the quarter (up by 11% year-over-year), topping analyst estimate of $13.231 billion.

Earnings per share also coming in above expectations at $6.81 per share vs. $6.69 per share estimate.

”Deere’s second-quarter performance reflected a continuation of strong demand even as we face supply-chain pressures affecting production levels and delivery schedules,” said John C. May, CEO of Deere & Co.

”Deere employees, suppliers, and dealers are working hard to address these challenges. We are proud of their extraordinary efforts to get products to our customers as soon as possible under the challenging circumstances,” May concluded.

Deere & Co. chart


Shares of Deere & Co. fell by 14.07% on Friday, despite topping Wall Street expectations. The stock was trading at around $312 per share.

Here is how the stock has performed in the past year:

  • 1 Month -22.37%
  • 3 Month -15.12%
  • Year-to-date -8.63%
  • 1 Year -12.91%

Deere & Co. price targets

  • JP Morgan: $440
  • Wells Fargo: $455
  • Deutsche Bank: $417
  • Barclays: $415
  • Credit Suisse: $463

Deere & Co. is the 132nd largest company in the world with a market cap of $96.11 billion.

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Sources: Deere & Co., TradingView, MarketWatch, Benzinga, CompaniesMarketCap


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