Greenbrier Companies Inc
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Industrials : Machinery | Small Cap Value
Company profile

The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. is a designer, manufacturer and marketer of railroad freight car equipment in North America, Europe and South America. The Company is a provider of freight railcar wheel services, parts, repair and refurbishment in North America. It also offers railcar management, regulatory compliance services and leasing services to railcar owners or other users of railcars in North America. The Company operates through three segments: Manufacturing; Wheels, Repairs & Parts, and Leasing & Services. The Manufacturing segment produces double-stack intermodal railcars, tank cars, conventional railcars, automotive railcar products and marine vessels. The Wheels, Repair & Parts segment performs wheel and axle servicing; railcar repair, refurbishment and maintenance; as well as production of a variety of parts for the rail industry in North America. The Leasing & Services segment operates leasing business and provides management services.

Price
Delayed
$31.35
Day's Change
0.53 (1.72%)
Bid
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Ask
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B/A Size
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Day's High
31.62
Day's Low
31.00
Volume
(Light)

Today's volume of 50,541 shares is on pace to be much lighter than GBX's 10-day average volume of 452,826 shares.

50,541

Oppenheimer upgrades Apollo Global Management to outperform

9:35 am ET April 13, 2022 (MarketWatch)
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Apollo Global Management Inc. (APO) shares rose 1.5% in premarket trades on Wednesday after Oppenheimer upgraded the stock to outperform from perform at set a price target of $64 a share for the private equity manager. Oppenheimer analyst Chris Kotowski said Apollo and other private equity firms such as Carlyle Group (CG) and KKR & Co. Inc. (KKR) have seen their shares drop sharply this year, but the underlying businesses of the firms remain solid despite jitters about the impact of higher inflation. "We would lean against these fears as the adverse impacts of market turmoil (likely lower realizations for a few quarters) seem transitory, but the upside from deploying ample available dry powder in a dislocated market can produce benefits in performance and fundraising for years to come," Kotowski said. "These are the kinds of markets that the private equity sponsors have historically excelled in, and now, with $442 billion of 'dry powder,' we are confident they can do so again." Shares of Apollo are down 22.4% this year, while Carlyle Group is down 21% and KKR has lost 24.5%.

-Steve Gelsi

	

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April 13, 2022 09:35 ET (13:35 GMT)

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