Terex (TEX) and Its Competitors Financial Review

Terex (NYSE: TEX) is one of 15 public companies in the “Heavy Machinery & Vehicles” industry, but how does it compare to its peers? We will compare Terex to similar businesses based on the strength of its earnings, valuation, institutional ownership, analyst recommendations, dividends, profitability and risk.

Profitability

This table compares Terex and its peers’ net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

Net Margins Return on Equity Return on Assets
Terex -2.62% 7.01% 2.60%
Terex Competitors 4.06% 13.41% 3.96%

Analyst Ratings

This is a breakdown of recent recommendations for Terex and its peers, as reported by MarketBeat.com.

Sell Ratings Hold Ratings Buy Ratings Strong Buy Ratings Rating Score
Terex 2 7 5 0 2.21
Terex Competitors 171 885 964 17 2.41

Terex currently has a consensus price target of $40.33, suggesting a potential downside of 12.32%. As a group, “Heavy Machinery & Vehicles” companies have a potential upside of 7.92%. Given Terex’s peers stronger consensus rating and higher probable upside, analysts clearly believe Terex has less favorable growth aspects than its peers.

Volatility & Risk

Terex has a beta of 1.88, suggesting that its stock price is 88% more volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, Terex’s peers have a beta of 1.43, suggesting that their average stock price is 43% more volatile than the S&P 500.

Insider and Institutional Ownership

96.9% of Terex shares are owned by institutional investors. Comparatively, 82.2% of shares of all “Heavy Machinery & Vehicles” companies are owned by institutional investors. 2.5% of Terex shares are owned by insiders. Comparatively, 8.9% of shares of all “Heavy Machinery & Vehicles” companies are owned by insiders. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that hedge funds, large money managers and endowments believe a company is poised for long-term growth.

Valuation and Earnings

This table compares Terex and its peers revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation.

Gross Revenue Net Income Price/Earnings Ratio
Terex $4.44 billion -$176.10 million -53.49
Terex Competitors $6.06 billion $48.37 million 114.31

Terex’s peers have higher revenue and earnings than Terex. Terex is trading at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than its peers, indicating that it is currently more affordable than other companies in its industry.

Dividends

Terex pays an annual dividend of $0.32 per share and has a dividend yield of 0.7%. Terex pays out -37.2% of its earnings in the form of a dividend. As a group, “Heavy Machinery & Vehicles” companies pay a dividend yield of 1.3% and pay out 33.7% of their earnings in the form of a dividend. Terex has raised its dividend for 3 consecutive years.

Summary

Terex peers beat Terex on 12 of the 15 factors compared.

About Terex

Terex Corporation is a manufacturer of lifting and material processing products and services that deliver lifecycle solutions. The Company has three business segments: Aerial Work Platforms (AWP), Cranes and Materials Processing (MP). It delivers lifecycle solutions to a range of industries, including the construction, infrastructure, manufacturing, shipping, utility, quarrying and mining industries. The AWP segment designs, manufactures, services and markets aerial work platform equipment, telehandlers and light towers. The AWP segment’s products are used by its customers to construct and maintain industrial, commercial and residential buildings and facilities, and for other commercial operations, as well as in a range of infrastructure projects. The Cranes segment’s products are used by its customers for construction and manufacturing facilities, among others. The MP segment’s products are used by its customers in construction, infrastructure and recycling projects.

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