CURTISS-WRIGHT ($NYSE:CW): Curtiss-Wright Corporation is a global industrial technology company specializing in highly engineered, critical functioning components and systems. On Friday, Robert W. Baird increased their price target for Curtiss-Wright from $200.00 to $228.00 in a report. This significant increase is indicative of the company’s strong financial performance and potential for future growth. The company’s strong performance has been driven by a focus on organic growth initiatives and cost control throughout its various operating segments.
In addition, the company has been able to capitalize on opportunities in the aerospace and defense sectors despite decreased demand for commercial products. The new price target from Robert W. Baird is a reflection of these factors as well as the company’s strong fundamentals. With the increased target price, Curtiss-Wright looks set to remain a strong performer in the coming months. Investors should continue to monitor the company’s performance and news closely for potential trading opportunities.
On Monday, the stock of Curtiss-Wright Corporation (CWC) opened at $204.6 and closed at $207.5, up by 2.5% from its previous closing price of 202.4. This came after Robert W. Baird, an investment banking and asset management firm, increased its price target for CWC to $228.00. This price target reflects the firm’s optimistic view of CWC’s long-term growth prospects.
CWC has been a top performing company in the industrial sector and its share price has risen significantly since the start of this year. With this new price target, analysts are expecting that the stock could continue to rise in the near future. Live Quote…
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GoodWhale recently conducted an analysis of CURTISS-WRIGHT CORPORATION‘s wellbeing using our proprietary Star Chart. Based on the results, we classified CURTISS-WRIGHT CORPORATION as ‘rhino’, a type of company we conclude has achieved moderate revenue or earnings growth. An investor looking for a company with moderate growth may be interested in CURTISS-WRIGHT CORPORATION. According to our findings, CURTISS-WRIGHT CORPORATION is strong in dividend, profitability, and medium in asset and growth. Additionally, CURTISS-WRIGHT CORPORATION has a high health score of 8/10 considering its cashflows and debt, indicating that it is capable of paying off debt and funding future operations. More…
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Curtiss-Wright Corporation (CUR) is an aerospace and industrial company that provides products and services for the commercial, industrial, defense and energy markets. Recently, Robert W. Baird has upgraded their price target on CUR from $200 to $228. This price target increase indicates that investors are expecting positive performance from the company in the near future.
Analysts have noted that CUR’S aerospace and industrial products are in high demand, driven by a strong global economy and increasing spending in defense and energy markets. Despite some dips in share price, overall trends have been positive and should remain so as long as the global economy remains strong.