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Stock Research and Analysis

by Peter Wahlstrom, CFA

Bulls Say

Growth of integrated solutions will give TE more leverage to build innovative products, improving pricing power and overall margins
TE's restructuring efforts should continue to boost margins as costs are wrung out of its business.
TE will benefit from new emission standards by producing more harsh-environment connectivity content. Read more 

Bears Say

Network and consumer solutions will continue to be a drag on profitability.
Spikes in the cost of key metals can create near-term swings in margins and profitability.
Deterioration in the U.S. or eurozone automotive market can significantly hamper performance. Read more 


We view TE’s overall stewardship of shareholder capital as Standard. Tom Lynch was named CEO of TE Connectivity in 2006 after serving as president of Tyco Engineered Products since 2004. Before Tyco, he was CEO of the personal communications division   Read more 


TE Connectivity (formerly Tyco Electronics) is the largest global connector manufacturer in the world. With 20 manufacturing facilities around the world, TE sells its products   Read more 

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