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    Deere stock closed $4.04 up yesterday.

    Why the bump? I searched the news but didn't see anything.
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    Article I found.

    Deere Rises 4% Pacing Gains in Producer Durables Index

    Deere & Co. rose 3.7 percent, the biggest move since Feb. 4, and more than 14 times its industry group.

    The shares climbed to $81.24 from $78.32 in the previous session. Trading volume was almost double the average for this time of day. Deere's move compares with the 0.3 percent rise in the Russell 3000 Producer Durables Index and almost no move in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index.

    In addition to the rising stock price, trading in Deere's call options was 2.1 times more than the average of the past 20 days.
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    I don't understand the optimism, even after reading the above post...financials are not my strong suit. We produce fluid power fittings for several groups at work and all of them have forecasts showing reduced sales and most of them have forced us and the rest of their suppliers to participate in global auction competitions to even retain the current business with them. They claim that Deere and Cat et. are demanding to pay less for components. Lived this nightmare my whole career, as in a truck maker for example demands to pay less for products we make for them or else threatens to move the business from us. But year after year the price of trucks climbs. Perhaps Deere gave all their suppliers a 4 percent haircut.
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    Meh....I ignore stock price moves with any actual news story. I work for Ford and it's how when we report great news like the best year of profits in the history of the company and stocks go DOWN?????

    The fluctuations rarely make any sense, so I always look over the more long term trends of historical tops/bottoms to make my moves. That chit will go back down.
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    The market is always forward looking. So if things are great, but the market thinks it's priced in and the future will worsen, things go down. And vice versa. This maybe a case of that.

    Commodities, broadly speaking have been beaten up for quite a while now (including various agriculture). Those trends seem to be changing, or at least bottoming. So maybe the market is trying to get ahead of that. After all, the market has predicted 10 of the last five booms.
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    I don't obsess over it and I only randomly check it. I've gotten used to seeing a red number since it has been going down for a while. I thought it was interesting that it had a big jump in one day. I don't think I'm going to get rich off of DE, I don't really own that much of it. I do keep some because I believe in the company and their products, so I make it a point to own what products that I can and a little piece of the company too.
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    84.26 1.90(2.31%) went up some more today
    Still hasn't recovered to 2015 august levels

    Did the dividend get raised? The sites I go to can be months behind on accuracy. It isn't a bad dividend stock looks like about 3%. I have trouble figuring out what the actual dividend is seems displayed as a percentage. It must be effected by currency exchange rates.
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    Maybe it was due to the fact that Kinze announced it's laying off over 100 employees?
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    rumor going around is the Chinese need the technology transfer and JD's computer security system has defeated their probes, so they have resorted to buying them for there 1 and 2 series technology
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