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, off 11/16 to 47 1/2, said it will take a special charge of $3.3 billion in its second quarter for the spinoff of parts company
and changes in its European business.
analyst John Casesa said the charge was greater than expected.
Today, Visteon declared a quarterly dividend of 6 cents a share on the company's common stock. The stock was up 1/4 to 15.
crept up 5/16 to 47 1/16 after it said second-quarter earnings, excluding items, will meet or slightly exceed expectations. Its
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14-analyst estimate is currently 52 cents.
said it expects its second-quarter earnings to be "significantly" higher than the same period last year and 25% to 30% higher than the 11-analyst estimate of 75 cents. The stock was 5/16 lower to 29 1/8.
said it expects a fourth-quarter net loss of 9 to 11 cents a diluted share, far below a one-analyst estimate of a 2-cent loss and the year-ago earnings of a penny. It blamed the losses on lower-than-expected European hardware sales. Extended Systems plummeted 37 1/16, or 42.5%, to 50 1/16.
posted second-quarter earnings of 15 cents a share, including a gain of 5 cents a share attributable to a decrease in the company's valuation allowance for net deferred tax assets, and a reversal of a restructuring charge of 1 cent a share, far surpassing a two-analyst estimate of 6 cents and a year-ago loss of 7 cents. Iomega was down 1/8 to 4 1/8.
, up 5 1/4 to 174 3/4, reported second-quarter earnings of 8 cents a share, doubling the 13-analyst estimate of 4 cents and up from year-ago earnings of 3 cents.
The stock's 12-month price target was raised to 230 from 163 at
, while its price target was raised to 265 from 180 at
stated that it is comfortable with Street expectations for its second-quarter earnings. The current
estimate calls for the cereal maker to come in at 41 cents a share. It edged up 3/16 to 29 1/8.
announced fiscal third-quarter earnings of 6 cents a share, far exceeding the four-analyst loss of three cents, marking the first profitable quarter for the provider of Internet performance and consulting services.
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, analysts expected a loss of 2 cents for the quarter. In the year-ago quarter, the company lost 36 cents. In spite of the good news, the stock fell 18 1/4, or nearly 22%, to 64 15/16.
posted second-quarter earnings of 5 cents, falling short of a five-analyst estimate of 9 cents, but beating a year-ago loss of 2 cents. It lost 8 7/8, or 20.6%, falling to 34 1/4.
announced Friday that it expects double-digit gains in sales and profits from the instant film and camera maker's digital products in 2001. It was up 1/4 to 17 1/2.
reported second-quarter earnings of 18 cents, which was adjusted for a 3-for-1 split effective May 15. The figure beat the six-analyst estimate of 16 cents and was up from year-ago earnings of 7 cents.
Even though the stock beat estimates, a downgrade to buy from strong buy at
U.S. Bancorp Piper Jaffrey
helped sink the stock 9 9/16, or 18.5%, to 42 1/4.
reported third-quarter earnings of 17 cents a share, in line with the 18-analyst estimate and up from the year-ago earnings of 8 cents, which included acquisition-related costs. Still, Vitesse dropped 11 1/8, or 12.8%, to 75 9/16.
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