And they're off. With the after-the-bell announcement of second-quarter earnings by
on Tuesday, the earnings season is officially in full swing. Biotech also got off the blocks with earnings from
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rate hikes started to put the brakes on an overheated U.S. economy? With the economy cooling and costs still rising, can companies still produce solid earnings growth?
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reported earnings of 44 cents a share, in line with the 17-analyst estimate and ahead of the year-ago 42 cents.
announced second-quarter earnings of 57 cents a share, ahead of the six-analyst 52 cents estimate and the year-ago earnings of 40 cents a share.
posted second-quarter earnings 43 cents a share, a penny better than the 19-analyst estimate and up from the year-ago 28 cent-profit.
Investment management firm
posted second-quarter earnings of 32 cents a share, in line with the seven-analyst estimate and above the year-ago 25 cents per share.
cautioned investors that its would report a second-quarter loss of about 11 cents a share, falling short of the single-analyst estimate of a penny profit. The company cited its computer client/server business for the weak results.
posted second-quarter earnings of 36 cents a share, in line with the seven-analyst estimate and above the year-ago earnings of 36 cents a share.
El Paso Energy
reported second-quarter earnings of 69 cents a share, excluding merger-related charges, beating the 16-analyst estimate of 59 cents and up from the year-ago earnings of 40 cents a share, also excluding merger-related charges.
stated that it expects strong second quarter results with revenue of at least $53 million.
Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold
said it expects to report a second-quarter loss of about 12 cents a share due to lower-than-expected metal sales and a landslide cleanup in Indonesia. A 12-analyst estimate called for earnings of 1 cent a share, which is down from the year-ago earnings of 12 cents a share.
reported second-quarter earnings of 29 cents a share, beating the 13-analyst estimate of 27 cents and up from the year-ago of 22 cents.
warned its second-quarter earnings will miss analysts' expectations. The 11-analyst estimate on
First Call/Thomson Financial
calls for a loss of $2.92 a share, which is more than the year-ago loss of $2.81.
reported second-quarter earnings of 34 cents, beating a 24-analyst estimate of 33 cents and topping last year's 27-cent earnings.
said it's expecting a first-quarter loss, instead of a profit. A four-analyst estimate for the company's quarter is currently 2 cents a share. The company's year-ago earnings were 9 cents.
warned investors that it would report second-quarter earnings of roughly 75 cents a share, missing the seven-analyst estimate of a 90-cent profit. The tool manufacturer blamed the shortfall on the delays of cost initiative results. Pentair also expects to see fiscal 2000 earnings of $3.25, falling below the estimate of $3.66.
Procter & Gamble
raised its annual dividend to $1.40 a common share from $1.28. Its quarterly dividend of 35 cents a share, up from 32 cents, will be payable Aug. 15.
posted a first-quarter loss of 92 cents, compared with a year-ago loss of 17 cents. Both figures include store closing, impairment and other charges. After an accounting investigation, the company restated its result for fiscal 1999 to a net loss of $1.64 per share, and for fiscal 2000 to a loss of $4.45 per share. First Call/Thomson Financial called for a 12-cent loss.
said it will report second-quarter earnings of 43 cents a share, which is in line with the 25-analyst estimate and up from the year-ago earnings of 37 cents.
listed second-quarter earnings of 59 cents, beating the nine-analyst estimate of 57 cents and the year-ago 56 cents a share.
expects a larger-than-expected loss for the fourth quarter. The 12-analyst estimate expected a loss of 8 cents a share.
reiterated its comfort with analysts' second-quarter expectations. The telecommunications company also announced an expansion strategy to deliver its services in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
warned that its second-quarter earnings will miss analysts' estimates because of weakness in traditional voice services. The four-analyst estimate on First Call anticipates a loss of $2.72 a share.
posted third-quarter earnings of 50 cents a diluted share, missing the eight-analyst estimate of 51 cents and falling from 52 cents last year.
announced that it expects second-quarter earnings to modestly exceed Wall Street estimates of a 61 cents a share profit.
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