Caterpillar’s ‘earnings recession’ points to more bad news for world economy


NEW YORK: A bellwether of the global industrial economy may be sending out distress signals.

Caterpillar Inc. is heading for a "mild earnings recession,” according to Morgan Stanley, and analysts expect the heavy-equipment maker to post its first year-over-year decline in quarterly profit since 2016 when it reports results on Wednesday.

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