Articles Tagged with ''ag equipment sales outlook''

January 2020 Tractor & Combine Analysis

The number of new jobs developed in this economy and the growth of wages has provided many with not only more disposable income but growing retirement accounts. The strength of the smaller horsepower tractor markets is a direct result of this powerful economic engine and should remain so in 2020.
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Dealers Point to Improvements in Sales and Outlook

In the latest episode we discuss Farm Credit Canada’s outlook for ag equipment sales in 2016 and 2017, the results of the latest Strip-Till Operational Practices Benchmark and the Precision Farming Dealer Benchmark studies, some positive signs in the latest Dealer Sentiments & Business Conditions Update and how concerned producers are over the impact of severe weather on crop yields this year.
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Rabobank Anticipates 2017 Pick Up in Ag Equipment Sales

When commodity prices fall, farm equipment purchasing is the first area in which farmers reduce spending. In their February report, Rabobank analysts Kenneth Zuckerberg and Sterling Liddell anticipate that commodity prices will stabilize over the next 5 years to near break-even levels.
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Ag Equipment Carries the Load for CNHI

When CNH Industrial was formed last year to include Fiat's ag equipment, construction equipment, commercial vehicle and powertrain business segments, it was assumed that ag would carry the load when it comes to revenues, profits, etc. The full-year 2014 financial results reinforced CNH Industrial's reliance on its ag segment.
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Ag Equipment Sales Slowdown Continues

North American large ag equipment retail sales declined in September, with 4WD tractor sales down 25.7% year-over-year and combine sales down 26.6%, partially offset by row-crop tractor sales which increased 7.7% (+11.8% last month).
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