Market Overview

5 Auto Parts Stocks With The Highest Revenue Estimates

Related JCI
Johnson Controls CEO: Commercial Construction Business Is Coming Back
UPDATE: Johnson Controls Q4 Profit Beats Street View
Johnson Controls to Spin Off Auto Interiors Unit (Fox Business)
Related MGA
Bank Of America Analysts Explain How To Profit From A Shift To Efficient Energy
Top Performing Industries For November 5, 2014

Below are the top auto parts stocks in terms of revenue estimate for the current year.

Analysts expect Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI) to post revenue of $42.45 billion for the year ending September, 2012. Johnson Controls' trailing-twelve-month revenue is $42.35 billion.

Magna International (NYSE: MGA) is expected to report revenue of $29.74 billion for the year ending December, 2012. Magna International's trailing-twelve-month revenue is $29.61 billion.

TRW Automotive Holdings (NYSE: TRW) is likely to post revenue of $16.32 billion in the year ending December, 2012. TRW Automotive's trailing-twelve-month revenue is $16.35 billion.

Delphi Automotive PLC (NYSE: DLPH) may report revenue of $15.79 billion in the year ending December, 2012. Delphi Automotive's trailing-twelve-month revenue is $15.92 billion.

Lear (NYSE: LEA) is estimated to post revenue of $14.31 billion in the year ending December, 2012. Lear's trailing-twelve-month revenue is $14.28 billion.

Posted-In: auto parts stocks Highest Revenue EstimatesTrading Ideas

 

Related Articles (JCI + DLPH)

Around the Web, We're Loving...

Get Benzinga's Newsletters