Wheels Stocks List

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Wheels Stocks Recent News

Date Stock Title
Jan 31 ALV Auto Roundup: Q4 Earnings Snapshots of TSLA, PCAR, GPI, ALV & GNTX
Jan 31 ALV Autoliv Retires Treasury Shares, Decreases Number of Issued Shares
Jan 30 SKY Skyline Homes Awarded America’s Most Trusted® Manufactured Home Builder Three Years in a Row
Jan 30 ALV Autoliv, Inc. (NYSE:ALV) Q4 2022 Earnings Call Transcript
Jan 30 ALV Autoliv (ALV) Q4 Earnings Beat on Pricing, Dividend Up
Jan 30 AIR 4 Stocks Trading Near 52-Week High That Can Climb Further
Jan 30 HWM Should We Be Delighted With Howmet Aerospace Inc.'s (NYSE:HWM) ROE Of 13%?
Jan 30 THO Calculating The Fair Value Of THOR Industries, Inc. (NYSE:THO)
Jan 29 ALV Autoliv Delivers Surprisingly Good Results, Shares Fairly Valued
Jan 28 ALV Autoliv Full Year 2022 Earnings: EPS: US$4.85 (vs US$4.97 in FY 2021)
Jan 28 AIR Heavy Rain in New Zealand’s Biggest City Leads to State of Emergency
Jan 27 HWM Howmet Aerospace declares $0.04 dividend
Jan 27 HWM Howmet Aerospace Board Approves Common and Preferred Stock Dividends
Jan 27 ALV Autoliv, Inc. (ALV) Q4 2022 Earnings Call Transcript
Jan 27 JAKK $3.5M Bet On JAKKS Pacific? Check Out These 3 Stocks Insiders Are Buying
Jan 27 ALV Autoliv Gains Post Q4 Bottom-Line Beat; Clocks 10% Sales Growth
Jan 27 ALV Autoliv: Financial Report October - December 2022
Jan 27 ALV Autoliv, Inc. (ALV) Q4 Earnings Beat Estimates
Jan 27 ALV Autoliv stock rallies after organic sales, margins impress
Jan 27 ALV Autoliv Non-GAAP EPS of $1.83 beats by $0.18, revenue of $2.33B misses by $90M

In its primitive form, a wheel is a circular block of a hard and durable material at whose center has been bored a hole through which is placed an axle bearing about which the wheel rotates when torque is applied to the wheel about its axis. The wheel and axle assembly can be considered one of the six simple machines. When placed vertically under a load-bearing platform or case, the wheel turning on the horizontal axle makes it possible to transport heavy loads. This arrangement is the main topic of this article, but there are many other applications of a wheel addressed in the corresponding articles: when placed horizontally, the wheel turning on its vertical axle provides the spinning motion used to shape materials (e.g. a potter's wheel); when mounted on a column connected to a rudder or to the steering mechanism of a wheeled vehicle, it can be used to control the direction of a vessel or vehicle (e.g. a ship's wheel or steering wheel); when connected to a crank or engine, a wheel can store, release, or transmit energy (e.g. the flywheel). A wheel and axle with force applied to create torque at one radius can translate this to a different force at a different radius, also with a different linear velocity.

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