February 23, 2011 08:12 ET

Equity Research on Joy Global Inc. and Terex Corp. -- Farm and Construction Machinery Sector Benefiting From Increased Spending

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The Farm and Construction Machinery sector is benefiting from a global surge in capital expenditure in the agriculture and mining sectors. Worldwide, the total spending by the mining sector in 2011 is expected to be somewhere between $115 and $120 billion. This is great news for mining equipment manufacturers like Joy Global Inc. Mining and other equipment backlogs are expanding as the market is inspired to spend more by a strong global commodity pricing environment. Joy Global Inc. report is accessible for free by registering today at is the Ultimate Trading Environment for investors. If you are considering owning Joy Global Inc. and Terex Corp. then you should sign up for a free membership and our complimentary reports today at Over the last 5 years our returns outpaced any of the major indexes. Shine's performance in 2005 was +14%, 2006 + 26%, 2007 +99%, 2008 + 355% and 2009 + 46%. Sign up today to find out what you are missing. 

This has held true in the agricultural sector as well where grain prices are boosting tractor sales. While it has yet to re-achieve profitability, crane maker Terex Corp. has also seen improving results. Its recent Q4 had net income/loss narrowed to $33 million compared with $103 million the previous year. Terex sold its mining equipment business to Bucyrus early last year. Terex Corp. report is accessible for free by registering today at

There are some concerns throughout the industry, however. Growth in some emerging markets has begun to slow. China is perhaps the biggest example of this as the government works to cool down its economy in fear of inflation. Another potential headwind exists in rising raw materials costs for steel, copper, and aluminum which could potentially crimp margins and lower profits. Visit to see how companies in this industry have grown over the past years and how they are expected to perform in the future.

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