StockCall Insight into Johnson Controls and Delphi Automotive: Turnaround in
North American Vehicles to Benefit Auto Parts Makers
LONDON, February 14, 2013
LONDON, February 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Auto sales in North America are continuing to see a turnaround led by the U.S.
The trend is expected to continue in 2013. Meanwhile, a rebound in the Chinese
economy is also projected to boost auto sales in the world's second largest
major economy. For auto parts manufacturers such as Johnson Controls Inc.
(NYSE: JCI) and Delphi Automotive Plc (NYSE: DLPH), 2013 is anticipated to be
another solid year. StockCall has issued technical analysis and charting
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Auto Sales in U.S. Remain Strong
Vehicle sales in North America are expected to remain strong in 2013, led by
the U.S. Earlier this month, U.S. automakers Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) and
General Motors Company reported strong sales for the month of January.
Earlier this month, Ford reported that its January U.S. sales rose 22%, with
retail sales rising 24%. Ford's rival General Motors also reported a sharp
rise in U.S. auto sales in January. The Detroit-based company reported a 16%
increase in U.S. auto sales in January.
China Auto Sales to See Robust Growth
The Chinese economy has rebounded after slowing down last year. Recent
economic data from the country points to accelerated growth, which should
boost auto sales. Ford recently reported that its passenger car sales in China
more than doubled in January. General Motors also posted strong sales in China
in the month of January.
U.S. and China, two major markets, are expected to see robust growth in auto
sales, which should benefit auto parts manufacturers.
Long-Term Growth Opportunities Intact
Last month, Stephen A. Roell, CEO of Johnson Controls, at the time of the
release of the company's first quarter fiscal 2013 results, said that the
company continues to have confidence in its full-year guidance for higher
revenue and earnings in fiscal 2013. Roell noted that long-term growth
opportunities for the company's businesses are intact. Download the free
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In the first quarter of fiscal 2013, Johnson Controls' Automotive Experience
segment reported revenue of $5.2 billion, driven by higher automotive
production in North America and Asia, which was offset by lower production in
Europe. The company's Automotive Experience segment income for the quarter was
Overall, Johnson Controls reported net sales of $10.4 billion for the first
quarter of fiscal 2013.
Delphi Expects to Benefit from Restructuring Actions
Last week, Delphi Automotive reported its fourth quarter results. For the
quarter, the company reported revenue of $3.8 billion, down 3.4% over the same
period in the previous year. The decline was mainly due to further reductions
in European production and continued weakness of the Euro and the Brazilian
real, which was partially offset by increases due to acquisitions. Sign up and
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Rodney O'Neal, President and CEO of Delphi Automotive, noted that the
company's fourth quarter results reflect the continued high level of
execution, particularly in the face of challenging environment in Europe.
O'Neal said that the company has initiated significant restructuring actions,
primarily in Europe, that it believes will provide future benefits.
Delphi's net income for the quarter was $287 million, or $0.90 per share.
Adjusted net income for the quarter was $299 million, or $0.91 per share.
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