Cat raises profit outlook, expects 2010 sales up by 10 to 25 percent
| October 20, 2009 |
While sales and revenue were down 44 percent in this year’s third quarter in comparison with the same time period in 2008, Cat is concentrating on its good news: an improved sales and revenue outlook for 2009 of between $32 and $33 billion and a preliminary 2010 outlook that sees a sales and revenues increase of 10 to 25 percent from the midpoint of 2009. Click here to view earnings release.
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