Arconic is engaged in lightweight metals engineering and manufacturing. The company's segments include: Engineered Products and Solutions, which produces products that are used mainly in the aerospace (commercial and defense), industrial, commercial transportation, and power generation end markets; Global Rolled Products, which produces aluminum sheet and plate for a variety of end markets, and also produces aseptic foil for the packaging end market; and Transportation and Construction Solutions, which produces products that are used in the commercial transportation and nonresidential building and construction end markets, and also produces aluminum products for the industrial products end market.
  • TickerARNC
  • ISINUS03965L1008
  • ExchangeNew York Stock Exchange
  • SectorGeneral Industrials
  • CountryUnited States

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ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

Andrew Lane

Morningstar | Arconic Issues Solid 1Q Earnings Results and Provides More Detail on Planned Separation

Arconic shares traded higher after the company reported impressive 15% year-on-year adjusted operating income growth in the first quarter. With the encouraging start to the year, management raised its 2019 guidance for both adjusted earnings and adjusted free cash flow. Although we expected healthy profit growth over the next few years, our forecasts reflected little progress in 2019 and a larger jump in 2020. We now spread the increase more smoothly across the two years, but our long-term outlook is unchanged. Having updated our valuation model, our $22 per share fair value estimate and no-mo...

Andrew Lane

Morningstar | Arconic Planning 2020 Separation Into Two Companies; We See Limited Profit Growth Ahead

Arconic manufactures aluminum and specialty metals products for a wide variety of industrial end markets. Having split from Alcoa in November 2016, Arconic’s key end markets include aerospace and defense, building and construction, and automotive.Arconic operates via three reporting segments. Based on our forecasts, the engineered products and solutions, or EPS, segment will be the key driver of profitable growth for Arconic over our five-year explicit forecast period. Commercial aerospace serves as the key end market for this segment, with management having increased the company’s aerospace e...

Andrew Lane

Arconic Planning 2020 Separation Into Two Companies; We See Limited Profit Growth Ahead

Although we expect Arconic to drive slow but steady profit growth in the coming years, we saw little progress in the fourth quarter. Ultimately, the company's fourth-quarter financial results will be overlooked due to the company's newly announced restructuring plan. Management indicated that Arconic will be split into two separate businesses called Engineered Products and Forgings and Global-Rolled Products. One of these businesses will ultimately be spun off from the parent and Arconic will pu...

Andrew Lane

Arconic Issues Solid 1Q Earnings Results and Provides More Detail on Planned Separation

Arconic shares traded higher after the company reported impressive 15% year-on-year adjusted operating income growth in the first quarter. With the encouraging start to the year, management raised its 2019 guidance for both adjusted earnings and adjusted free cash flow. Although we expected healthy profit growth over the next few years, our forecasts reflected little progress in 2019 and a larger jump in 2020. We now spread the increase more smoothly across the two years, but our long-term outlo...

Alexander Korda

Insider Buying at ARNC Warrants Further Investigation

Arconic, Inc. (ARNC) is on our radar for a new reason (beyond being on the Spinoffs calendar of 30 stocks): its new CEO John Plant bought $4m shares on the open market, the first significant boost to his personal shareholding at any of the companies he's led. We take a closer look at his track record, as well as the involvement of activist investor Elliott Management. What's Interesting? The Edge Ingredients... The market may not seem to like this major aluminum player in terms of total return since its split with the upstream operations (Alcoa Corp., AA) in November 2016, but by all indicati...

1 director bought

A director at Arconic Inc bought 26,729 shares at 22.165USD and the significance rating of the trade was 86/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricted under listing rules. The names of board ...

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for ARNC

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