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Winners and losers in Trump's trade war with China

06/19/2019 | 04:07pm EDT

(Reuters) - U.S. companies in everything from computer chips to tractors have said President Donald Trump's trade wars, including disputes with Beijing and global steel tariffs, have had an impact on them.

Even for some of the expected winners, such as steel companies, the benefits of the president's tariffs are not entirely clear.

Trump said on May 5 he would raise tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods from 10% to 25%, ratcheting up pressure on Beijing to agree to a deal.

LOSERS

TECHNOLOGY

Apple Inc

Apple cut its fiscal first quarter sales forecast, blaming slowing iPhone sales in China where uncertainty around U.S.-China trade relations has hurt the economy.

Late last month after Apple slashed prices, sales picked up and Apple cited the improved tone of the trade war for a stronger outlook.

Intel Corp

The chipmaker last month cut its revenue forecast for 2019, citing a slowdown in demand from China.

VEHICLES

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV

FCA forecast higher commodities costs, driven by tariffs, would cost 750 million euros for the year.

General Motors Co

GM projected $1 billion extra costs this year for tariffs and raw materials. Steel and aluminium prices have eased, but prices for other commodities such as palladium have risen, it said.

Ford Motor Co

Ford said that in 2018 it incurred "headwinds" of about $750 million in tariff-related effects. Lower sales volume and increased commodity costs including tariff-related effects added $500 million to first-quarter costs over the prior year.

Harley-Davidson

The motorcycle manufacturer said European Union and China tariff-related costs were $23.7 million in 2018 and are expected to range between $100 million and $120 million in 2019.

Harley also said it will partner with China's Qianjiang Motorcycle Co to build a new smaller motorcycle than its trademark "big hogs", making good on promises to move more production outside the United States where it has had to deal with lower sales and higher costs because of trade tariffs.

Winnebago Industries Inc:

The motorhome maker said it expected at least $10 million in added cost pressures in fiscal 2020 from the latest tariffs and proposed duties.

HEAVY EQUIPMENT

Caterpillar Inc

Caterpillar said tariffs would cost the company $250 million to $350 million in 2019 if there was no relief.

Deere & Co

The manufacturer said in February it expects U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports will cost $100 million in 2019.

AGRICULTURE

Archer Daniels Midland Co

The commodities trader's adjusted operating profit slumped 30% in the fourth quarter to $183 million as the China trade war hit its sorghum and soybean origination business.

Bunge Ltd The company reported a $125 million mark-to-market loss in August on a position in soybeans that bet a China trade war would be averted. Bunge's profits then plunged in the fourth quarter as a temporary truce with China caused soybean prices to fall and slashed the value of its Brazilian soybean inventory by $125 million.

Cargill Inc

Commodities trader Cargill said in March that U.S.-China trade tensions and other supply chain disruptions continued to drag on earnings in origination and processing, the company's primary grain-trading unit.

WINNERS

STEEL

Nucor Corp

No.1 U.S. steel producer Nucor Corp posted record earnings and shipped a record amount of steel in 2018, benefiting from the tariffs.

But the company last month forecast first-quarter profit below Wall Street estimates, citing lower average selling prices of steel sheets and delay in shipments to customers in the construction sector.

The tariffs imposed by the Trump administration on steel imports, mainly from China, have increased domestic production, leading to a drop in steel prices.

AGRICULTURE

JBS SA

Brazil's JBS, the world's largest meatpacker, has been able to boost meat exports to China as the tensions between Washington and Beijing escalated. The company's share of exports to China rose to more than 24% last year vs under 21% in 2016 and 2017.

Louis Dreyfus Co

The global agricultural commodity merchant said that trading opportunities created by the U.S.-Chinese trade dispute boosted its soybean business last year.

The company posted record soybean export volumes from Brazil, boosting profits 12% vs the previous year.

(Reporting by Chris Prentice and Timothy Aeppel in New York, Ana Mano in Sao Paulo, Karl Plume and P.J. Huffstutter in Chicago, Ankit Ajmera, Arathy Nair and Uday Sampath in Bengaluru, Joe White in Detroit and Stephen Nellis in San Francisco; Editing by Cynthia Osterman and Shounak Dasgupta)


ę Reuters 2019
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ChangeLast1st jan.
3M COMPANY -0.27% 181.04 Delayed Quote.3.58%
ARCHER LIMITED -0.13% 3.74 Real-time Quote.21.63%
ARCHER-DANIELS-MIDLAND COMPANY -0.86% 59.76 Delayed Quote.18.55%
BUNGE LIMITED 0.10% 78.77 Delayed Quote.20.11%
CATERPILLAR INC. 0.10% 196.82 Delayed Quote.8.13%
CORN?FUTURES (SETTLEMENT ONLY) (ZC) - CBR (FLOOR)/C11 -0.48% 465.25 End-of-day quote.0.00%
DEERE & COMPANY -0.64% 349.25 Delayed Quote.30.64%
FEEDER CATTLE?FUTURES (GF) - CMG (ELECTRONIC)/C1 -0.06% 154.8 End-of-day quote.11.48%
GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY 0.60% 52.23 Delayed Quote.25.43%
HARLEY-DAVIDSON, INC. -1.02% 37.95 Delayed Quote.4.47%
JBS S.A. 3.72% 35.13 End-of-day quote.48.48%
LIVE CATTLE (LE) - CMG (ELECTRONIC)/C1 -0.41% 122.725 End-of-day quote.9.10%
NUCOR CORPORATION 1.53% 100.92 Delayed Quote.89.73%
PALLADIUM 0.00% 1971.5 Delayed Quote.-18.93%
SOYBEAN MEAL FUTURES (ZM) - CBE (ELECTRONIC)/C1 -0.09% 336.3 End-of-day quote.-22.51%
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Net income 2021 2 571 M - -
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Yield 2021 2,47%
Capitalization 33 428 M 33 428 M -
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