59 articles about "Layne Christensen"
Tax reform and industrial tailwinds promise continued growth for US equipment stocks Vol 19, Issue 1 (January 2018)
The recovery of the industrial and residential construction sectors and the introduction of federal tax reforms have created a positive environment for water equipment companies going into 2018. Who will the winners and losers be?
A sell-off in UK water stocks on fears of a harsh regulatory settlement failed to send the index into negative territory. Meanwhile, the liquidity of two stocks is set to be boosted.
An attempt to fast-track legislative changes in the Brazilian water market has positives and negatives for the private sector. There is still room for manoeuvre before the proposals become law.
A continued decline in the 10yr Treasury yield has enhanced the prospect of a sustained rally in regulated US utility stocks. It helped the GWI Water Index to hit another new high.
What were the reasons behind this month’s new record high for the GWI Global Water Index?
With rig counts at their highest in over two years, and the industry adjusting to the new low oil price environment, the unconventional O&G sector in the United States is ramping up production again. What does it mean for water treatment?
A flat month for the GWI Global Water Index belied a complex array of catalysts which resulted in many stocks falling on the back of weaker than expected quarterly results.
Suez Ventures has made an equity investment in infrastructure planning software specialist Optimatics, thus enhancing its suite of value-added digital water solutions.
The massive infrastructure build-out anticipated for a new economic zone south of Beijing had an unusually uplifting effect on the shares of a select few local water companies.
The appreciation of the Brazilian currency helped Bovespa-listed water stocks to hit new highs this month. How much steam is there left in the market?