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Hubbell, Inc. engages in designing, manufacturing and sale of electrical and electronic products for non-residential and residential construction, industrial, and utility applications. It operates though the following two segments: Electrical and Power. Read More The Electrical segment manufactures and sells wiring and electrical, lighting fixtures and controls for indoor and outdoor applications as well as specialty lighting and communications products. The Power segment consists of operations that design, manufacture and sale of transmission and distribution components primarily for the electrical utilities industry. The company was founded by Harvey Hubbell II in 1888 and is headquartered in Shelton, CT.
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Stock Under Review: Hubbell Inc (NYSE: HUBB)
Hubbell Inc is part of the computer hardware industry and technology sector. Hubbell Inc is engaged in designing, manufacturing and sale of electrical and electronic products for non-residential and residential construction, industrial and utility applications. The company’s business segments are Electrical and Power. Previous Intraday Trading Performance: The HUBB stock showed a previous change of -0.22% with an open at 119.31 and a close of 118.72. It reached an intraday high of 119.60 and a low of 118....
Simply Wall StMar 12
How Do Analysts See Hubbell Incorporated (NYSE:HUBB) Performing In The Years Ahead?
In December 2018, Hubbell Incorporated (NYSE:HUBB) announced its most recent earnings update, which showed that the business benefited from a robust tailwind, leading to a double-digit earnings growth of 48%. Below is a brief commentary on my key takeaways on how market analysts perceive Hubbell’s earnings growth trajectory over the next few years and whether the future looks even brighter than the past.
Yahoo FinanceMar 8
Are You Looking for a High-Growth Dividend Stock? Hubbell (HUBB) Could Be a Great Choice
The longest bull market could be here to stay, given that companies rake in high profits. Whether it's through stocks, bonds, ETFs, or other types of securities, all investors love seeing their portfolios score big returns. But when you're an income investor, your primary focus is generating consistent cash flow from each of your liquid investments. While cash flow can come from bond interest or interest from other types of investments, income investors hone in on dividends. A dividend is the distribution...
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